Foundation members will be voting to elect a total of three board members. One will be to fill a seat that was vacated when its holder stepped down. The others are completely new seats.
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Two new seats on EFF's board are filled by Erica Astrella and Yoshi Kohno, who bring valuable experience in diversity, equity, inclusion, security research, and data privacy to the table.
Lordy! Lordy! Lordy! Gnu’s turning 40! The Free Software Foundation is pulling out all of the stops for a birthday celebration hack day on October…
The software industry plays a large role in Ukraine's economy, with many Ukrainian developers working remotely from Ukraine for software vendors located in the EU, UK, and US. Training manuals in the Ukrainian language will help veterans of Ukraine's military struggles against Russia take advantage of this opportunity.
Pushing the end of voting back by one day assures there will be no confusion about when the polls close, which could have cost some OSI members their votes.
A seemingly unintentional factual error in a get-out-the-vote email sent by Open Source Initiative to its members could result in some members waiting until after the polls close to vote in the organizations current board of directors election.
The Open Source Initiative is planning on making a few changes to how they do things. They think they've got it figured out, but first they want to know what you think.
While the Open Source Security Foundation is active in all areas pertaining to open source security, developers might be most interested in OpenSSF’s free online Developing Secure Software certification program.
The Linux Foundation is accepting applications through April 3Oth for Linux Foundation Training Scholarships that offer free training and certification across 12 open source categories.