Before we archive week 43 let's take a look at what has happened in the non-code world. TL;DR a lot of open source sustainability.
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Open Source Economics (is not what you think)
"Too often, though, the use of the word economics brings incorrect assumptions about the problems [in open source] to be solved." Join the discussion on HN. Check out the video below ⤵️
Open-Source Contributors Worth Sponsoring
I saw this on HN and joined the conversation. I had some good discussions, which led to my old BootstrapCDN co-maintainer XhmikosR getting an additional $55 a month! 🎉
Towards Open Source Sustainability
"Sustainable open source is nigh on impossible. It seems that every funding model has treacherous impasses and cliffs. You're constantly walking the razor's edge between sustainability and sanity."
The future of code search
Quinn Slack, CEO of Sourcegraph, joins Adam Stacoviak to talk about building tools FAANG companies have and their ex-employees miss. I have mentioned Sourcegraph in Issue #8.
Maintaining OpenFaaS with CNCF Ambassador Alex Ellis
We've been trying for months to get Alex Ellis, founder of OpenFaaS, one of the most popular open source serverless projects, on the CTCN podcast. Finally, we learn from Alex his views on building a sustainable open source community, among other things.