community building

While government software developers collaborate well today, 2009 was a different story. Much of the software was redundant, locked up by vendors and integrators, incompatible with other software, and had a small base of people who knew how to maintain it. In short, it was a challenge.
0 comments Posted 17 Apr 2015 by Chris Nimmer Feed
When the National Cancer Institute funded caTissue’s development, it also managed the community, maintaining code, documentation, and forums. When funding was pulled and Krishagni took over, there was considerable uncertainty and turmoil in the community. Some adopters lost confidence and switched... Read more
0 comments Posted 12 Mar 2015 by Srikanth Adiga Feed
The South California Linux Expo (SCALE) is an annual event aiming to provide educational opportunities on the topic of open source software. This is SCALE13X, and prior to the event I caught up with one of the speakers, Emily Durham, who will give a talk called Human Hacking.
2 comments Posted 12 Feb 2015 by Nitish Tiwari Feed
I am frequently asked, "Why did you decide to make your product open source?"
0 comments Posted 1 Jul 2014 by Zohar Babin Feed
Linux and open source communtiies
The Linux kernel is one of the largest and most successful open source projects today. A report from the Linux Foundation addressing Who Writes Linux (2013) shows that recent releases of the Linux kernel, that happen now at 70-days intervals, include over 10,000 patches, made by more than 1,100... Read more
37 comments Posted 12 Nov 2013 by Luis Ibanez Feed
Core purpose
Mailing lists seem to be the life blood of many open source projects. Here at Red Hat, there seems to be a mailing list for everything. There’s a company-wide memo-list to foster collaboration and connect with colleagues around the world and many special interest mailing lists like our home beer... Read more
6 comments Posted 14 Aug 2012 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
Core purpose
Mailing lists seem to be the life blood of many open source projects. Here at Red Hat, there seems to be a mailing list for everything. There’s a company-wide memo-list to foster collaboration and connect with colleagues around the world and many special interest mailing lists like our home beer... Read more
6 comments Posted 14 Aug 2012 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
WEBCAST: Register now for "Drupal and Linux: Lessons learned for building open s
Join us for an Open Your World Forum webcast to explore how Linux and Drupal have evolved as two thriving open source communities competing in the enterprise world. Our guests, Michael Tiemann, Vice President of Open Source Affairs at Red Hat, and Dries Buytaert, creator of Drupal and co-founder... Read more
0 comments Posted 10 Nov 2011 by Ruth Suehle (Red Hat) Feed
Fixing your community one click at a time
No matter where you live or how big your community is, you probably see a few things that could be improved. Maybe you don't know who to call or email. Perhaps you think someone else will report it (or already has). Those unknowns go away with a simple technology that eliminates anxiety and... Read more
6 comments Posted 10 Oct 2011 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
Hi! I'm Mel. When I'm not doing Free Software and Open Source stuff, I'm a learning psychology geek. One of the questions I get asked a lot by fellow FOSS hackers is: Mel! Why don't people help me with my project?
10 comments Posted 4 Mar 2011 by Mel Chua Feed

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