OpenSourcePlayground.org was started four years ago as a way for developers to learn various types of web software. Since that time, we have morphed into a Free/Libre and Open Source Software journalism outlet.
By Free/Libre and Open Source Software, we mean software licensed either under a FSF, DFSG or OSI-approved license.
We don't need someone who is a developer. In fact, it's probably better if you aren't a developer. Developers have all sorts of opportunities in the open source world. If you look at the big commercial players, they are always hiring developers. We strive to give those not qualified for those positions a chance to learn. That said, if you are a young developer interested in journalism or a seasoned developer willing to give us a hand, we are happy to have developers. Just know that our current audience is not developers, it is lay people. We are, of course, always looking to increase and diversify our audience.
Since you can access the website from anywhere, there is no need to be physically located in Baltimore, though that may make things slightly easier.
All writers must write in English or Spanish, but those languages need not be your first language. We can help you approve your English. We won't be able to help you improve your Spanish.