Welcome to the ever-so-slightly late February edition of the OSS Watch newsletter!
This month we published the results of the 2013 OSS Watch National Software Survey, and there are some interesting trends there worth looking at. With 10 years of surveys to look back on we can see how the impact of open source on universities and colleges has steadily grown - and where there are still challenges.
Google Summer of Code is also nearly upon us once again, so get your students involved now!
There's also a new Linux magazine out - with a CC license no less, and Mark has been taking a look at it.
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OSS Watch National Software Survey
The results of the 2013 OSS Watch National Software Survey are now available.
Google Summer of Code 2014 is nearly here – are you ready?
GSOC something something something
A new Voice in the crowd
Linux Voice hits the shelves