On Nov 20 2017 we held a FOSS Backstage Micro-Summit in preparation for the main event this summer. The Micro-Summit featured loads of great speakers discussing everything related to FOSS governance and open collaboration, including thoughts on how to build and manage communities within the open source space.
You can find a list of all the speakers below and links to videos and slides from the talks:
Open Source and Trusting the Water
Open Source Licensing for Rocket Scientists
Andreas Schreiber (DLR)
Building distributed systems in distributed teams
Philipp Krenn (Elastic)
The hateful 20
Lars Francke (Open Core)
How mentoring projects can help newcomers get started with Open Source
Luciano Resende (IBM)
Open Source: Access or Contribution?
Michael Hausenblas (Red Hat)
Training our team in the ApacheWay
Owen O'Malley (Hortonworks)
Ant's Community - Looking Back and Current State
Stefan Bodewig (innoQ)
Beware of geeks bearing gifts
Asynchronous Decision Making – why and how?
Bertrand Delacretaz (Adobe)
OSS Projects Market Readiness Assessment
Cédric Thomas (OW2)