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Meet Ali, A Blind Open Source Programmer
Continuing the MyStory series on It's FOSS, today I am sharing with you the story of a blind computer programmer from Iraq who goes on the internet ...
We Can Make A Better World With Free Software Krishnakant Mane
In the series of sharing Linux and Open Source journey, today we'll read about Krishnakant Mane and his experience and views about Free and Open Sou...
SourceForge Is Resurging Under A New Leadership
Last week, I wrote an article about FOSSHUB where I referred to the SourceForge bundling scandal. Shortly after that article hit the streets, the CE...
Interview With Debian GSoC Winners 2016
During Debconf16, I ran into 6 people who had been part of GSoC last year for Debian. Brief History of Google Summer of Code GSoC is Google Summer o...
Interview With Maria Glukova Debian GNOME Outreachy Intern
I shared an interview with GSOC Winners a while back. In the same tradition, please allow me to share the interview of one of the four Debian Interns ...
Interview With Linux Training Academy Founder Jason Cannon
Since a number of It's FOSS reader requested more information on career aspects of Linux, we are going to ask Jason Cannon, CEO of Linux Training Ac...
Zorin OS From the Hobby Project of Two Teenagers to a Growing Startup
Brief: Two teenagers created a Linux distribution 8 years back. Today it has become a prominent name in the Linux world. Read the story of Zorin OS. T...
Interview with FreeDOS Founder and Lead Dev Jim Hall
This year marks the 23rd anniversary of the FreeDOS project. To help celebrate those many years and help raise awareness for the project, I connected ...
Shedbuilt GNU/Linux An Educational Distro Exclusively for ARM Boards
Since the introduction of the Raspberry PI, ARM boards have become very popular. Shedbuilt Linux is an infant distribution focused on ARm devices. Wha...