Category: World

The Truth Behind Genius

This entry is part 7 of 13 in the series The Cathedral and the Bazaar

Interestingly enough, you will quickly find that if you are completely and self-deprecatingly truthful about how much you owe other people, the world at large will treat you as though you did every bit of the invention yourself and are just being becomingly modest about your innate genius.

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Nurturing a small software project to success

This entry is part 6 of 13 in the series The Cathedral and the Bazaar

From the beginning of the project, I got bug reports of a quality most developers would kill for, often with good fixes attached. I got thoughtful criticism, I got fan mail, I got intelligent feature suggestions.

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Don’t Read if you are not a Developer

This entry is part 5 of 13 in the series The Cathedral and the Bazaar

source-code awareness by both parties greatly enhances both good communication and the synergy between what a beta-tester reports and what the core developer(s) know. In turn, this means that the core developers’ time tends to be well conserved, even with many collaborators.

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You Do Agile Development? Open Source?

This entry is part 4 of 13 in the series The Cathedral and the Bazaar

you assume that bugs are generally shallow phenomena—or, at least, that they turn shallow pretty quickly when exposed to a thousand eager co-developers pounding on every single new release.

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Users as Co Developers OR The Secret of Programming Success

This entry is part 3 of 13 in the series The Cathedral and the Bazaar

“the ferment, the innovation mostly takes place in the open part of the tool where a large and varied community can tinker with it.”

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Fight by Software Programmers for their Rights – the beginnings

This entry is part 1 of 13 in the series The Cathedral and the Bazaar

Who would have thought that a world-class operating system could coalesce as if by magic out of part-time hacking by several thousand developers scattered all over the planet, connected only by the tenuous strands of the Internet?

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The Jewish State Terror Attack on Jewish Workers’ Rights in Israel

The privatization plan means the company will stop generating electricity and sell its power stations to the private sector. The so-called reforms have already cost 800 jobs. The Histadrut expects the privatization to result in between 5,000 and 6,000 job losses.

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Shreya, an Indian woman IT employee’s fight against Wipro

Shreya says she had suffered because she is “a woman, an Indian woman and one who submitted to the advances of a senior, powerful man in the company with friends at the top”, and that she was singled out because she “dared to complain that she had been the victim of discrimination, intimidation and harassment”.

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IT Job Cuts, Transport Workers Woes, Cafeteria Workers’ Unions

500 workers working in the cafeteria of the Facebook office voted to form a union. This comes on the heels of cafeteria workers employed by Google and Intel organising into unions.

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“We should be free to speak out and to organize” – US Workers

“I see a lot of apathy for Unions. Very sad. They gave you: Weekends off, eight hour work day, Holidays off. And a safer workplace. People died in the fight to start unions for you. If you like working 60 hours a week on a regular basis; keep on disliking unions”

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The Private Equity Firm That Quietly Profits on Top-Selling Drugs

The case of Royalty Pharma which earns billions of dollars every year from feeding on the diseases of millions of people all over the world is typical of today’s world. What it does for them? NOTHING.

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Unify, Unite, Unionize – Video

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Set Fire to Planet Earth, Hold Conference for More Profits : Capitalism

“Please wait, we are going to invent green industries in the future”

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A Massive Global Crisis: 201 Million Can’t Find Work and Governments Aren’t Fixing It

Mohammed is not interested in migration. He is content in Morocco. When I ask him about the Moroccans who go to Europe, he smiles. ‘Europeans came to Morocco without a visa,’ he says.

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How Slaves Built American Capitalism

Black people in America live in a Racial Capitalist system. Racial Capitalism exercises its authority over the Black minority through an oppressive array of modern day lynchings by the police, increasing for-profit mass incarceration and institutionally driven racial economic inequality.

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