Food for thought when producing swag and celebrating the great work of your community around the world.
How do you measure your open source community's success? Gaby Fachler explains why you might want to take a look at Pirate Metrics.
You've got your first swing at the project up on GitHub; you've been promoting it and have some new contributors coming around. Now, how do you keep them?
Experienced people manager, Jono Bacon shares his process and tips for conflict resolutions on teams and in communities.
Platform developer at Mozilla, Josh Matthews, shares a few tips for project management.
Meghan Gill discusses the importance of volunteer leadership in MongoDB's open source community.
There are a few important steps communities should take to move the needle on diversity in open source.
Communities, particularly at the start of your involvement in them, can be delicate and fragile things. In the second installment in my series on community management best practices, I'll examine how to wade into community waters, without rocking the boat.
Open source contributor guidelines should be easy to read, thorough, and friendly.
Measuring open source community project activities and contributors is vital for maintaining a healthy, active project. Here's 5 top metrics worth tracking.