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Woe-Bamacare

Phil Granof | Open Source Delivers | October 18, 2013

Regardless of one’s political stance, sometimes it is just plain hard to watch the woes of Obamacare. It’s a bit like watching mixed martial arts fighting – it’s often hard to distinguish the winner from the loser. The technology behind the system has continued to be an open wound, and yesterday it just got worse... Read More »

Year-in-Review: Law hot topics on Opensource.com

Rob Tiller | OpenSource.com | December 26, 2013

The most-read posts this year on the Opensource.com 'Law' channel showed a strong interest in diverse legal issues in the open source world. Many readers were reaching out for a better understanding open source licensing and related questions, such as: Read More »

Your Creative, Open Hackathon Is Ripe For Ownership Disputes

Scott Popma and Scott Allen | Wired | July 22, 2013

NASA’s Space Apps Challenge recently became the world’s largest open hackathon, with over 8,000 participants spanning 44 countries. Meanwhile, many of the features many of us use every day — sometimes more than once a day — such as Facebook’s Like button and Timeline, debuted at closed (internal, employee-only) hackathon events. Read More »