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Matt Soucy

Thinking Inside the (FOSS) Box

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One of the groups that I’m involved in on campus is the FOSS Box. We describe ourselves as the “center of gravity for all things free and open source at RIT”, which is a pretty apt description. We’re a community of hackers. Each of us has different skills and interests, but all of us share an interest in open source development.

The Box is made of some rather “interesting” characters, such as:

Most of us have some common interests - such as Python - but overall we have some amazingly diverse people and some even more amazing projects. We’ve got people working on everything from repository visualization to educational games to video chat software. I always feel honored to work with this crew - we make mischief, all in the name of freedom.