The Opensource.com preview brings you highlights from last month, editorial announcements for coming months, and other tidbits.
In April, we made print editions available of the 2015 Open Source Yearbook, in paperback and hardcover. On the editorial side, we published five series, launched a new column, and welcomed 17 new authors. Read about more of our April achievements in Rikki Endsley’s April review.
Join our community of writers
- Open Source & Hardware covers stories about open hardware and open source software for devices (begins May 23)
- Open source & Entertainment aims to show how open source tools, projects, and communities keep us entertained (drafts due May 27)
Submit your story ideas, and see our editorial calendar and columns for additional writing opportunities. We’ve rounded up 7 big reasons to contribute to Opensource.com. Got questions? Email us at email@example.com.
Where to find us
In May, we’ll have staff in-person at:
Are you organizing a 2016 open source conference or event? Be sure to add it to our community calendar.
Live Twitter chat: The Open Org
On May 12, we’ll host a live Twitter chat with Charlie Reisinger (@charlie3), Heidi Ellis (@heidijcellis), and others! The theme for this #OpenOrgChat is the intersection of education and open organizations. See our 2016 #OpenOrgChat Twitter Chat Schedule for more details.