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It seems that Kickstarter calls Open Source "Open Software".

How can I follow only these Open Software projects? I don't wish to invest in anything Closed Source.

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What do you mean by "follow"? How do you want to follow it? Please explain. –  user 99572 is fine Feb 11 '13 at 21:48
    
I means something like RSS feed or mail notifications. I wish to get updates when new Open Source projects start a Kickstarter action –  fyodor78 Feb 12 '13 at 8:32

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You can track open source projects by visiting the open source tag: http://www.kickstarter.com/discover/tags/open-source?ref=sidebar#p1

However, tracking via RSS does not work, at least not in Google Reader. There are RSS feed only for all projects or individual projects (see this link: http://www.kickstarter.com/help/faq/backer%20questions#ProfSett):

RSS feeds for Kickstarter

The notification settings in your account don't allow any specific tracking either:

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You may be able to set up tracking changes with a software like Website Watcher. You can test in a 30-day trial if it works for you.

Apart from that, either wait & see or send a suggestion to the Kickstarter team.

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You can track all new "Open Software" projects here:

http://www.kickspy.com/browse/new/open-software

There's no RSS option but you could can get the results emailed Daily or Weekly. Although if you want them Weekly I suggest using this list instead (since it shows all new projects over 7 days instead of 4 days in the browse list)

http://www.kickspy.com/projects/find?Keywords=&Status=0&Categories=50&TimeElapsedAtMost=7&SortBy=7&SortOrder=2

Hope that helps

Update

You can now subscribe to an RSS feed of all the results

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