New action plan on open source in the French administration | Joinup
It sets up an Open Source Program Office within the public administration that will be responsible for implementing the plan and managing the state’s involvement in open source.
Kubecost: bringing open source to cloud cost management -
The future of cost monitoring is open source—learn why the founders of Kubecost left Google to build cloud-agnostic tools every Kubernetes developer team can afford.
Pathways to Enable Open-Source Ecosystems (PEOSE)
The National Science Foundation (NSF) is introducing a new program called “Pathways to Enable Open-Source Ecosystems” (POSE). The purpose of the program is to harness the power of open-source development for the creation of new technology solutions to problems of national and societal importance. Phase I proposals are limited to a total budget of $300,000 with durations of up to one year.
What a $500,000 grant proposal looks like
A walkthrough of a NSF CAREER proposal.
Support open source that you use by paying the maintainers to talk to your team
Projects that do often get the tiers wrong: a $5/month “buy a coffee” GitHub sponsorship isn’t really going to make a meaningful impact on a project.
✨ NEW SHOW! ✨ Let's Talk Docs
Megan Sullivan is a Developer Educator at Apollo. Megan shares her background and story about studying CS, going into teaching CS courses, and how putting the two together helped her become a more confident professional developer and create a path for others with an educational background.
Sustain Episode 109: Dries Buytaert of Drupal on Balancing Makers and Takers to Scale and Sustain Open Source
Dries joins us to talk about Drupal and why it’s so successful. He also goes in-depth about balancing Makers and Takers to scale and sustain Open Source.
CHAOSScast Episode 53: Gathering Open Source Usage Data with Avi Press
Today, we are super excited to have as our guest, Avi Press, Founder, and CEO of Scarf. Avi tells us all about Scarf, Scarf Gateway, the tools that complement it, and details how Scarf is helping open source software developers use data effectively. Also, Avi shares something he was surprised about early on with the usage of open source projects.
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