Although All Things Open’s Meetups have returned to being in-person events focused on a local and regional audience, conference organizers this week announced a Meetup in May that will be virtual only, therefore available worldwide.
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In this interview, Hohndel opines about the mistakes some proprietary companies make when they attempt to go open, the recent spate of "source available" licenses, how he came to be the one to interview Linus Torvalds at Open Source Summit every year, and more.
Last year's election for board members at Open Source Initiative was "hacked," which necessitated a re-vote. Fortunately, this year's election was a smooth experience.
In typical LibrePlanet fashion, even though forced online for the third year in a row by the pandemic, it remained true to its commitment to software freedom by streaming the event using only free and open source software.
When you're a big enterprise with a cloud native infrastructure running on thousands of servers and from numerous clouds, nipping a problem in the bud isn't good enough. Chaos Mesh can help you find an issue before it gets triggered and causes a costly outage.
Covid mandates have forced Scale organizers to reschedule the Southern California-based conference, which has also necessitated a change in venue.
VMware's chief open source officer said he's stepping down because he, "came to the conclusion that it was time to acknowledge I had completed the job I set out to do."
Solus OS's's co-lead developer leaves to help the project's founder develop another distro, SerpentOS, but will continue to be lead developer for the Budgie desktop environment, which will become an independent project. Confused? Don't be. We'll explain it all.
Nothing is known yet about who will be speaking, but Percona said the open source event will return live this year on May 16-18 in Austin, Texas.
AmyJune-Hineline, Opensource.com's new senior community manager, has a long history of involvement with open source communities, both as an advocate/manager and as a developer.
From a German state going all in on Linux and open source to System76's decision to eventually drop Gnome for its own desktop, here are the most read articles on FOSS Force during 2021. Articles not published during the year have been removed from the list.