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- One year of open source everything!
9 hours to go, and the IndieGoGo campaign is just over $6600! thanks so much to everyone who has contributed so far, it has been an amazing experience getting the word out and hearing back from so many helpful and
The IndieGoGo campaign has just 1 day left, so time to reveal the last few heroes for the calendar… One of the most mind-blowing and inspiring projects of the open source and open hardware world is certainly the 3D-printing revolution,
Two more fine men for you to feast your eyes upon: First, the man who best put into words just what made the Free Software working method so fascinating, and who also helped to give the idea two new words…
I (finally) got Linux installed, and here’s Limor Fried (aka Ladyada) as the Metropolis robot! Limor Fried is the owner and generally awesome electrical engineer behind Adafruit Industries where you can get all sorts of amazing DIY open source electronics
Next up in the 2013 Open Source Calendar (Swimsuit Edition)… Law professor, anti-corruption and transparency advocate, initiator of the free culture movement, and one of the founders of creative commons, it’s… Lawrence Lessig! What’s Creative Commons, you say? Also, here’s
Not everybody’s a multi-millionaire, and now you don’t even need $10 to contribute. If you like the project and feel like contributing, whether you contribute $1, $5, or $1000, every supporter, included those who have already donated, will receive a
The next installment of the 2013 Open Source Calendar (Swimsuit Edition) is here: Mr March, Marcin Jakubowski! Physicist, Farmer and Constructor of the Global Village. Jakubowski’s Open Source Ecology is not only attempting to develop the Global Village Construction Set,
Pioneer of copyleft, guru of free software, author of the GPL, suspicious of the hairbrush, it’s… Richard Stallman! Here’s the next Hero of the Open Source* Free Software 2013 Calendar (Swimsuit Edition). Richard Stallman and his trusty GNU, once again
Linus Torvalds, creator of the extremely popular Linux kernel, the best-known example of free and open source software, and the defining component of the Linux (or GNU/Linux, depending on who you talk to) operating system. Want to know how Linux