Article: Technology internships meet open source in Outreachy

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Technology internships meet open source in Outreachy

Outreachy is a paid technology internship program that runs twice a year for three months. During that time, interns can work in areas like programming, user experience, documentation, illustration and graphic design, or data science. In this technology internship program, participants work remotely with experienced mentors from prominent FOSS communities like Git, Mozilla, Linux kernel, GNOME, Wikimedia, and many others.

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Article: “Wikimedia has shown that the web can continue to be an open space for free knowledge,” according to researcher Pablo Aragón

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“Wikimedia has shown that the web can continue to be an open space for free knowledge,” according to researcher Pablo Aragón

Aragón explains that in recent decades there has been a profound change in the ways of accessing information, working, and producing goods. At the same time, society has witnessed how the paradigmatic model of a distributed web where knowledge flowed freely has been deteriorating.

The researcher explains that the Internet has become an infrastructure dominated by a few platforms that concentrate activity, limit access to content and commercially exploit citizens’ data, sometimes with terrible consequences.

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