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all non-code contributions practically invisible to outsiders
"[We] need to improve our collective understanding in DEI, studying the current state, and what types of collective efforts lead to better outcomes. "
"In a first-time ruling by Italian courts on open source, a software vendor has been fined for failing to comply with an open source license."
"Sometimes the least glamorous tasks in open source are the most important."
"When open source fails, the natural response is to question why the failure occurred and how to prevent the problem from [happening again]."
"Who is minding the gates when it comes to securing 'older' foundational open-source programs like Log4j?"
From Google's Online Security Blog
"We are super excited for [this] episode because we are doing a [year in review] with our panel of representatives from the CHAOSS community from all around the world."
"Let's learn more about our panelists, most memorable moments, and what to look forward to on future episodes."