Olivia Gallucci’s assignments for the Humanitarian Free and Open Source Software Development (HFOSS) course at the Rochester Institute of Technology.
How to Install TigerOS on a Live USB
Learn how to install TigerOS (version 28), RIT’s Linux distribution, on a live USB. Works for MacOS, Windows, and Linux. Hope you enjoy!
Contributing to Open Source at RIT
This post documents my first public experience contributing to open source software. I made these contributions for a class (HFOSS).
VS Code’s Community Architecture
Microsoft released Visual Studio in 1997. It’s now one of the most popular IDEs. How does the VS Code community architecture stack up?
FarmBot’s Community Architecture
FarmBot is an open-source farming project created by Rory Aronson in 2011. Here is an analysis of FarmBot’s community architecture.
Debian’s Community Architecture
Debian is famous for providing support for both proprietary drivers and open drivers. But is its community architecture equally reputable?
Literature Reviews on Open Source
Here are my literature reviews for the Humanitarian Free and Open Source Software Development (HFOSS) course at RIT.
Humanitarian FOSS Development Intro
This article was written for Rochester Institute Technology’s Humanitarian Free and Open Source Software (HFOSS) class (IGME-582). Original HFOSS’21 post can be found on the course blog.