Innovation Archive

13 Nov 2012

Community Development and Marketing @ FOSDEM 2013

This is an official call for sessions for a “Community Development and Marketing” devroom, hosted at FOSDEM 2013 on Saturday, February 2nd, 2013. In this devroom, developers with different profiles and backgrounds are invited to brainstorm about
13 Jun 2012

ConfSL 2012: la sesta conferenza italiana sul software libero

Appuntamento ad Ancona – alla Facolt√† di Ingegneria dell’Universit√† Politecnica delle Marche – il 22 e il 23 giugno per la 6a Conferenza Italiana sul Software Libero (ConfSL), per partecipare a un programma ricco di spunti (http://www.confsl.org/confsl12/):
13 Dec 2010

Jolicloud 1.1

Jolicloud 1.1 has just arrived, and is a nice upgrade to the previous version. The operating system now works on every PC and not just on netbooks, although – in my opinion – is really worth a
13 Feb 2009

OpenOffice.org Renaissance Project

Renaissance Project has the objective of revamping OpenOffice.org user interface in order to make it more attractive for the ordinary user, who is accustomed to the bells and whistles of Microsoft and Apple operating systems and prioritizes
22 Oct 2008

Venezuela adopts ODF as National Standard

Speaking at the Second ODF Workshop in Pretoria, South Africa, Carlos Gonzalez of the National Center of Information Technologies, announced that the Venezuelan government had formally adopted ODF as a standard for the “processing, exchange and storage
4 Sep 2008

Google one day, Microsoft one life

Google Chrome first EULA was flawed, to say the least, as Google “acquired” – divine rights? – the copyright of all the contents generated – in a way or another – through the browser. Article 11, the
24 Jul 2008

Will Ubuntu be sexier than MacOS X?

Mark Shuttleworth, founder of Canonical, has said: “The great task in front of us over the next two years is to lift the experience of the Linux desktop from something that is stable and robust and not
21 Jul 2008

Yochai Benkler

Yochai Benkler, the leading intellectual of the information age, explains how collaborative projects like Wikipedia and Linux represent the next stage of human organization. Technorati Tags: open source, innovation