Perhaps Stop Using 'Non-code'? Whatayarekin?

It is a rampant meme - 'non-code'. Used to describe contributions to open source projects that are not code. This kind of language creates insider-outsider boundaries and will signal to »

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Increments

To investigate tools that could enable collaborative design of a product I have been searching around for ways to display designs, discuss, and iterate amongst a distributed team. There are »

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Collaborative Product Development

v 0.2 - Feb 8 "added Radical Application Design (RAD) notes" v 0.1 - Feb 6 So, I am pondering more how to work with product develop methods »

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Leadership, diversity and sector change in open source

Recently I have been pondering how sector change is possible. Sector change, specifically to change the publishing sector, is a key goal of mine. I don't want to be involved »

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Open Source is not about technology, or people, it's about change

now updated, renamed, and moved to here http://www.adamhyde.net/leadership-diversity-and-sector-change-in-open-source/ v 0.5.1 - Feb 3 "clean up" v 0.5 - Feb 2 "rewrite, thanks to »

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Poking around in the corners of the web

I just was doing a little researchy stuff. Whimsical browsing. And I came across the Digital Publishing Toolkits epub2trailer script https://github.com/DigitalPublishingToolkit/epubtrailer.py These folks were a »

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Your Help Needed

hi. I don't get a lot of international traffic on this blog, its just a humble home for my rants. But I do see the logs and I do know »

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Open is not a License

Openness is a set of values by which you live. It is not a prefix for a sector - open access, open source, open data, open government. Nor is it »

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Free Bassel

Some years ago I worked with Bassel Safadi on an early Book Sprint called 'The Open Web' in Berlin. I can't claim to be Basssels friend but I know a »

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Why Bad Design Is Good

Many platforms out there that are really popular have the worst UX and UI imaginable. Mediawiki, Drupal, WordPress...you know the culprits. They are very badly organised, they look awful »

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