An Uber-Collection of Open Source Resources, Guides and Projects

by Sam Dean - Apr. 06, 2011Comments (0)

On an ongoing basis, we at OStatic round up our own collections of open source resources, tutorials, free open source books, reviews, product comparisons and project tours. These educational toolkits are an essential part of the learning mission we try to preserve at the site. Whether you're looking for resources for working with and enjoying online video and audio, Linux tutorials, offbeat open source applications, or other items of interest, we have quite a few interesting collections on this site. Outside of OStatic, there are also many useful resource collections, too. In this post, you'll find an uber-collection of our best resource guides, and ones from other open source-focused sites. Hopefully, you'll find something to learn from here, and the good news is that everything found in this post is free.

Here are many of our most popular resource collections, many of them chock full of free, useful tools and educational resources:

10 Open Source Ways to Improve Your Online Video Mojo

6 Ways to Get Much More Out of GIMP

8 Free, Open Source Tools for a Better Digital Music Experience

Over 45 Free, Essential Open Source Resources

10 Free Resources for Splashy Graphics and Slick Photos

Open Source Media Center Apps Are Growing Up

16 Free Tutorials for Top Open Source Applications

5 Resources for Digging Into Linux

OStatic's Firefox Superguide

5 Free Open Source Books for Beginners

 And here are several open source-focused resource collections of note from other sites:

Datamation's Collection of 63 Top Commercial Open Source Projects

InfoWorld's Bossies: The Best Open Source Projects of Last Year

Linux.com's Top Five Open Source Navigation Applications

 Top 100 Useful Open Source Applications

 



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