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Hackathon Watch - not specific to open source or open data though European PSI / Open Data Events - European, not global Lanyard's Open Data and Open Source lists (can be saved to your calendar, see the right column) ... (please edit if you want to add a calendar)


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Surprisingly, I can find no mention of license/patent/rights in the Hyperloop Alpha PDF published by Musk in 2013. In a tweet, Musk stated: I really hate patents unless critical to company survival. Will publish Hyperloop as open source. I sent an email to hyperloop@teslamotors.com inquiring. I'll update this answer if I hear back.


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Here is a list of papers discussing the use of email in studying FLOSS (free, libre, and open source software) development. (Disclosure, I run the flosshub site, and I wrote a few of those papers, including a survey of how FLOSS researchers have used email in the past, and what projects they've studied most) I personally think that the MarkMail service is ...


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You could scrape some of the archives from Gmane. Another source would be mail-archive.com. You could search the web for specific pipermail archives. There are likely more.


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This calendar is maintained by RedHat: http://opensource.com/resources/conferences-and-events-monthly Unfortunately it contains very few events, and does not seem to have an API.


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Bikes Price and Specs The dataset containing bike manufacturer, model, price and other specifications Vehicle dataset from cardekho Used Cars and motorcycles data Additional Resources http://pages.ebay.com/motors/compatibility/download.html Need to web scrap https://www.autoevolution.com/moto/ https://bikez.com/main/index.php Paid: Teoalida's Car ...


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You can use OpenStreetMap (OSM) with the OverpassAPI to check for POIs in a specific area. To test around, I recommend using Overpass Turbo


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I've compiled a short list of potential sources to answer the question: https://www.freelancer.com/ https://www.bountysource.com/ https://www.bounties.network/ https://internetbugbounty.org/ https://gitcoin.co/ https://issuehunt.io/ https://whitehub.net/ https://www.boss.dev/ Any other suggestions, edits, or comments welcome.


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OSgeo.org hosts mailing list for their incubation projects and efforts: http://lists.osgeo.org/mailman/listinfo as well as for their general announcements: http://lists.osgeo.org/pipermail/announce/


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This Google Calendar contains most Open Source-related events in Japan: https://www.google.com/calendar/embed?src=fvijvohm91uifvd9hratehf65k@group.calendar.google.com Most events (but not all) are about Open Source topics.


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