One thing is certain: Running an open source company has unique challenges and opportunities. Here are 3 critical lessons I've learned from running Lucidworks.
Tools like Docker and Vagrant are Ansible are hotter than ever. What's their secret?
It takes developers, sales, marketing, and product people to take this open source thing and turn it in to something that's useful and used by people. All of these people are crucial to the success of Swift, no matter where they are.
Paul Santinelli gives feedback on the Future of Open Source Survey conducted every year by North Bridge in partnership with Black Duck Software. Prior to North Bridge, Paul was the founder of an open source startup and held senior roles at Red Hat, IBM, Lotus Development and Compuware.
In this interview with Maish Saidel-Keesing of Cisco, we share a sneak peek of his talk at the OpenStack Summit in Vancouver on integrating OpenStack into a Jenkins continuous integration workflow.
Libraries love the idea of open source, but believe that they need a huge IT staff to pull it off. That's where Bywater comes in—their support replaces the need for a more robust IT staff.
The Opensource.com weekly look at what is happening in the OpenStack community and the open source cloud at large.
In this interview with Nati Shalom of GigaSpaces, we learned a little bit about what the future holds for containers, orchestration, and OpenStack.
In my interview with her prior to her talk at DrupalCon in Los Angeles on May 11 - 15, I asked Shannon a little bit about herself and her job—plus, she answers what web developers don't understand about strategic messaging and content strategy, and some tips to help.
When we first started there were just two of us, but as the months have progressed we've seen our contributors list begin to grow. It got me thinking about what it takes to be a good maintainer and how we'll make sure that the project continues to run smoothly for the years to come.