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Team AoC: Stuart Langridge

Behind the scenes, a number of people are helping make the Art Of Community as great a read as possible. This includes the editors, the O’Reilly marketing staff, people contributing thoughts and stories and more. One important group of people in this process are the proof readers. This is a set of people who I […]

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Jeremy Allison (Samba) Content

I like Jeremy Allison. Not only do I admire his contributions to Samba and Free Software, but we also share a sense of brotherhood as cantankerous Brits in California. Jeremy has been a consistent voice in the Free Software movement and is never afraid to lay down the law. I am delighted he is interested […]

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First Snippet From The Book

Well, with the project officially announced, I think it may be time for a sneak peek. What better to kick off a sneak peek than to share with you the very first two pages of the book, lovingly reproduced here for your viewing pleasure. Enjoy! Chapter 1 The Art Of Community “Great things are not […]

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Attending SCALE

This post was originally posted at You can read it here Where are you going to be at 1.30pm on Sat 21st Feb 2009? I know where I will be. I will be speaking at the always excellent SoCal Linux Expo in Los Angeles. There I will be delivering my talk Building Belonging, exploring […]

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Mike Linksvayer (Creative Commons) Interview Content

Another quick update on some more content I am gathering for the mighty tome… Mike Linksvayer joined Creative Commons as CTO. Previously the co-founder Bitzi, he has over ten years’ experience as an enterprise software, web, and multimedia developer and consultant and holds a B.A. in economics from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. I […]

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