- A Quantitative Profile of a Community of Open Source Linux Developers - University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, study: histories, analyses, explanations.
- Agalmics: The Marginalization of Scarcity - New organization to study the economics of plenty, starting with free software.
- Free-soft.org - General information on Free Software (Open Source) and its community.
- GeoCrawler Mailing List Archives - More than 2,150,000 email messages archived from thousands of mailing lists, some dating back to 1985 - covers many Open Source software topics.
- Intel Open Source Computer Vision Library - The computer vision library will provide a wide range of functions, including gesture recognition, object-tracking, face recognition and camera calibration, that will help researchers develop ways to use "computer vision" as a method for people to interact with computers.
- Open Source Development Network - The OSDN brings many of the Open Source community's favorite gathering places together and makes it easier to move between them.
- Open Source IT - Information and resources for the developer and technical professional interested in open source software.
- Open Source Resources - Resource site for Open Source Software researchers. Contains a bibliography, news and opinion sources, and links.
- Opensource@Compaq - A number of Open Source software projects that run on various Compaq systems.
- Panday.Net - A community website for Filipino Open Source Software / Free Software (OSS/FS) advocates.
- SimpleCodes - An ongoing project designed to help further the open source community by providing news, rants, tutorials, and source code.
- Softpanorama - (slightly skeptical) open source software educational society. Eastern European focus; many links are ideal for those with few resources in hardware or money.
- UFO - Directory of free software and open source projects that are no longer maintained.