Silent Circles latest app will be Open Source?

“Janke has also committed to making the source code of the new technology available publicly “as fast as we can,” which means its security can be independently audited by researchers.”

From the article on Slate Magazine.

See this website to find out if Silent Circle is Open Source

Parallella: A Supercomputer For Everyone by Adapteva — Kickstarter

Parallella: A Supercomputer For Everyone by Adapteva — Kickstarter.

Making parallel computing easy to use has been described as “a problem as hard as any that computer science has faced”. With such a big challenge ahead, we need to make sure that every programmer has access to cheap and open parallel hardware and development tools. Inspired by great hardware communities like Raspberry Pi and Arduino, we see a critical need for a truly open, high-performance computing platform that will close the knowledge gap in parallel programing. The goal of the Parallella project is to democratize access to parallel computing. If we can pull this off, who knows what kind of breakthrough applications could arise? Maybe some of them will even change the world in some small but positive way.

Thimbl – Free Open Source Distributed Micro-blogging

Thimbl – Free Open Source Distributed Micro-blogging.

Thimbl is a Manifesto for the Open Web written in code

The most significant challenge the open web will need to overcome is not technical, it is political.

Welcome to Thimbl, the free, open source, distributed micro-blogging platform. If you’re weary of corporations hi-jacking your updates to make money, or if being locked in to one micro-blogging platform tires you — well, then Thimbl is for you!