If you still believe that you are not able to make contributions to Free and Open Source Software, you are mistaken. Granted, not everyone can write tons of code, but you can even contribute in small ways, like writing docs, HOWTO’s or blog posts. Turns out that you can even contribute via Twitter as well these days, as the following image depicts!
Reposted from old site – original date: 09/04/2008 10:30
Just saw a blog post by Prof. Derek Keats at http://kim.wits.ac.za/index.php?module=blogaction=viewsinglepostid=gen16Srv16Nme47_6935_1239168473userid=5080090128 that caught my attention.
Agreeing with him, the use of LMS to describe a learning system is outdated and needs to be upgraded, but I would also like to add that we need to introduce semweb there as well.
Building on his proposal of CLS as opposed to LMS (Connected Learning Systems, not Learning Management Systems), I would like to change that to SCLS – Semantically Connected Learning Systems.