Apachecon NA 2018 CFP 30 March 2018
- Who owns that open source brand?
- Practical Trademark Law For FOSS Projects
- Who pays for open source?
- The Apache Way
ApacheCon 2018 CFP Questions
- Description (Abstract)
- Technical Level
- Comments to organizers
The Apache Way - Effective Open Source Project Management
The Apache Way is a set of behaviors and techniques that anyone - organizations and individuals alike - can use to be more effective at working in distributed communities. Open source does not necessarily mean open development - and true community-led open development is where the fun starts when working in FOSS!
This is an interactive review of the core behaviors used by Apache projects to help them stay healthy and productive over the long term. While these behaviors are often required at the ASF, they are valuable to any collaborative project where the contributors are distributed across companies, continents, and experiences.
Attendees will leave with a clear understanding of practical actions they can take to help improve their own open source experience, and how to help their communities succeed together.
The behaviors you can use to succeed at Apache.
Shane is founder of Punderthings℠ LLC consultancy, helping organizations find better ways to engage with the critical open source projects that power modern technology and business. He blogs and tweets about open source governance and trademark issues, and speaks at open source conferences like ApacheCon, OSCON, All Things Open, Community Leadership Summit, and Ignite. More about the author →