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  • EVERYTHING ELSE: 4 days and counting to the Open Hardware Summit!

    We've got 4 days to go until the Open Hardware Summit! And it's coming together marvelously. Don't forget to get your ticket!The Open Hardware Summit is a venue to discuss and draw attention to the...

  • EVERYTHING ELSE: Support the Open Hardware Summit!

    Sponsor the Summit! Sponsorship for the Open Hardware Summit is open! Special thanks to our sponsors who have already donated. The summit is in its second iteration in partnership with MAKE and Makerfaire at the...

  • HOW TO: Open Source head to head

    As part of research and development (aka R&D to those in the industry) I ordered an Ultimate Beagle Gadget Pack from our friends over at Liquidware.  As one of the new wave of Bug-gneers that...

  • EVERYTHING ELSE: Join us for the Open Hardware Summit

    ickets for the Open Hardware Summit are on sale! Follow this link to purchase your ticket:http://www.openhardwaresummit.org/attend/Tickets include breakfast, lunch and cocktail hour at the end of the day. Along with your ticket price, you will also receive...

  • EVERYTHING ELSE: The Amazing and Inspiring LinuxCon!

    Bug sent me to LinuxCon in Portland last week. Having used Linux for only two years I found people most welcoming and willing to share their knowledge, but I guess I should have known that...

  • OPINIONS: BUG research callout!

    Kerstin Balka, a graduate student at the Hamburg University of Technology, is researchung Open-Innovation Projects.  If you are part of the BUG community, please take 5 minutes to fill out her survey:http://www.survey.open-innovation-projects.org/start/66/Speaking as a grad...

  • MADE@BUG: BUGnet updates

    We have new BUGnet updates that include quite handy tools for developers.  Code Search http://buglabs.net/codesearch This allows you to search against public BUG apps and browse projects in your browser. We're using Xapian search engine...

  • DEVELOPMENT: Gnome-Mobile (re)defining itself?

    As happy consumers of user interface technologies from the Gnome-Mobile project, we are always interested to know what's coming down the pipe next.  Recently an interesting discussion on proposed goals for the project was started...

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