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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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Since you have the records that are later than 1990, I will only post those from 1982-1989 here. Sadly I couldn't find any records for the year 1984. I guess your best attempt would be to find some archived pdfs or images of the original publication and scrape it yourself. Also there is no main source for the data and they are not perfectly formatted but the ...


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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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OpenStreetMaps has this data. You can try/test it out using OverPass Turbo. This tool isn't going to do the entire state of California, but if you choose the manually select bbox option and pick a locality, it will show you what is available for that locality. I zoomed into San Francisco and manually drew the bbox around it, then clicked run and it populated ...


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See the link below. However, the last time I used it (about 2 years ago), there was a small fee associated with it. https://cloud.google.com/maps-platform/places The simplest way to get the data is to use the specialized library like https://pypi.org/project/googlemaps/1.0.2/


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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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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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