David Eaves

International Open Data Day — An Update

open data

Two years ago, I met some open data advocates from Brazil and Ottawa, and we schemed of doing an international open data hackathon. A few weeks later, this blog post launched International Open Data Day with the hope that supporters would emerge in 5-6 cities to host local events. » Read more

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David Eaves delivers a talk on the Science of Community at OSCON 2012

carrot + stick < love

With a background on negotiation theory, David brings a fresh and interesting perspective on the behavioral norms of open source communities. » Read more

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Hacking on code and culture: Failure as validated learning

Taking collaborative risks

Open source is about more than the code, it’s about the culture. The open culture that many open source communities embrace is entrenched in organizations like Code for America. It’s obvious as I sit here during the opening day of the Code for America Summit in San Francisco, CA.

Jennifer Pahlka, founder and executive director of Code for America, started off the conference with a call to action, "Beliefs aren't enough, we have to act." » Read more

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Highlights from OSCON 2012 and the Community Leadership Summit

Tim O'Reilly's 2012 OSCON keynote

Whether you're in Portland trying to keep up with everything, or at home and following along, here are some mid-week highlights from OSCON 2012. » Read more

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