Listened to Zack Koppert - Open sourcing GitHub’s OSPO - Why, What, and the road ahead by Schalk Neethling 
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In this episode of the Mechanical Ink podcast, Schalk Neethling chats with Zack Koppert from GitHub about open sourcing GitHub's open-source program office (OSPO) process, policies, and guidance. They cover a range of topics, including what an open source program office is, how it can be a vehicle for change, and key metrics to demonstrate the value and impact of an OSPO. They also touch on the use of a contributor license agreements (CLAs) and how to archive a project responsibly.

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