I’ve decided to make this a regular thing: near the beginning of every month, I’ll recap the articles I’ve written for Opensource.com in the previous month. This seems better than scattershot posts that may or may not include all of my articles. So here’s November:
- Department of Education seeks comments on open licensing requirements — The U.S. Department of Education wants to require material produced by grants to be freely licensed. Seems pretty reasonable to me: public funds should mean public content.
- Stronger than fear: mental health in the open — I highlight Ed Finkler’s Open Sourcing Mental Illness project, which seeks to promote the discussion of mental health issues in open source projects.
- You might want to hug this book: a review of Git for Teams — As good as the technical content in Git for Teams is, the team-related discussion is even better.