I'm doing a keynote on Tuesday (the 29th) about you know what. It's ten minutes long, yet it took over 24 hours to create and practice. 😱
Reply if you are going, and I'll give you a shoutout on stage!
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A recent uptick in disruptions to open source software, including incidents aimed at objecting to Russia's war in Ukraine, have left the community on edge.
Researchers identified over 200 malicious NPM packages distributed through official repositories that targeted Azure developers.
To successfully fund Open Source projects, companies should: pay the maintainers; pay them real money; pay for maintenance; and keep paying them.
The Record by Recorded Future gives exclusive, behind-the-scenes access to leaders, policymakers, researchers, and the shadows of the cyber underground.
Chris takes us through his journey of creating COSA, what they’re focused on, some cool projects they are working with, and a few bits about Web3 and Crypto.
"[00:11:12] “If you want diverse voices to show up to the table, they need money.” — Chris Coleman
Beth Aitman is a Senior Technical Writer at Google, where she works to improve the developer experience for Site Reliability Engineers, and she’s also the editor of the Write the Docs newsletter.
[00:32:30] “At Google, there is a good culture of people caring about documentation and the tooling is good.” — Beth Aitman
Sustain Open Source Design Episode 24: Taís Lessa on Inclusion in the Workplace for Immigrants and Newcomers
Taís, a Product Design Lead at Mozilla, talks to us about her journey as a designer and her thoughts on fostering an environment encouraging people to be more themselves in open source.
“I use my strength as a designer to show the value of my ideas and convince people." — Taís Lessa
Dhruv Sachdev is an undergraduate Computer Engineering student at Mumbai University and was a Google Summer of Code 2021 student for CHAOSS. Dhruv is here to talk about his path to open source and the project he did with the Google Summer of Code 2021.