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Links 1 through 10 of 31 by Suw Charman-Anderson tagged opensource

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Kevin: A data visualisation tool from German journalism training organisation ABZV. It is committed to remaining free, and it looks like a good tool that works well with Excel and Google Docs (in as much as you can copy data from both spreadsheets).

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Kevin: Microsoft launches a site to program hardware using its development tools.

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Kevin: A great list of social services, companies and open-source projets that have come out of Africa. This includes mobile payment schemes and also the crowdsourced reporting platform, Ushahidi.

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Kevin: A great list of open source projects that the News Apps team at the Chicago Tribune have developed including the PANDA data research toolkit, which recently won Knight Foundation news challenge funding.

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Kevin: Google has named Arduino, the open-source electronic tinkerer kit, as an open accessory platform for its Android platform. 

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Kevin: Visual authoring of HTML5 user interfaces - in the browser.

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Kevin: A service to collect data via SMS for health, conversation and other projects.

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Kevin: Chris Pearson of DIY Themes has crossed swords with Matt Mullenweg, founding developer of the leading blog platform WordPress, over licencing issues. Mullenweg believes that premium theme makers should licence their work under the open-source GPL licence. Chris Pearson disagrees.

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Kevin: Interesting move by Google. They acquired the VP8 video codec with their acquistion of On2 Technologies in February, and now they plan to release it as open-source. Good post looking at new video codec issues around HTML5 and H.264 versus completely open-source Ogg Theora.

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