When a welcoming community slams the door. This episode explores the "paradox of tolerance," and what it means for free software communities, business, conference organizing, and daily interactions.
This episode offers perspectives on what John Cage can teach us about hacking
Clayton Dewey talks about Drutopia, an initiative to revolutionize the way we build online tools
Matt Westgate and Seth Brown discuss Lullabot, the Drupal community, and how people who build free software improve the world
Stu Keroff discusses a Linux User Group for Asian middle-school students called Asian Penguins
Holly Ross, the Executive Director of the Drupal Association, discusses the Drupal community, the Drupal Association, non-profits, business, tax codes, and more
Matthew Tift talks with Allison Randal about her experiences participating in multiple open source and free software communities.
Ruth Suehle discusses her involvement with Red Hat, the Fedora Project, opensource.com, and her book, Raspberry Pi Hacks
Robert Douglass and Thomas Bonte discuss their Kickstarter-funded project to produce a public domain recording and digital score of Bach's Well-Tempered Clavier
Jesse von Doom talks about how the CASH Music platform solves problems for working musicians
Bill Haenel from North Country Public Radio talks about free software in public media.
Software forking is one of the fundamental characteristics of free software, and in this episode Nate Haug discusses Backdrop, a Drupal fork.