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Open Source Culture and Ideals

Watching the commercial software industry frenetically trying to make process work occasionally feels similar to watching tragicomedy. This constant struggle of trying to force their feet into these tailor-made development processes left and right: agile, lean, scrum, kanban, even waterfall, whatever, just because some manager or “tech-lead” read a blog post. The Emperor’s New Groove, eh? It can be a ...

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Diversity in Open Source Projects

I’ve been talking a lot about diversity lately. There are, of course, different kinds of diversity; but when I talk about diversity, I tend to mean diversity in the organizations contributing to an open source project: multiple organizations from different parts of the industry working together. Doug tweeted recently on the topic: Why do you need diverse projects? So when ...

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