Recommended read: The Gift of It's Your Problem Now https://apenwarr.ca/log/20211229
Elasticsearch relicensing, Freenode implosion, utter lack of FSF accountability: I hope folks are noticing the same pattern I am. Governance is an important factor in risk assessment. How resources are stewarded matters.
Josh Simmons (@joshsimmons)Wed, 26 May 2021 18:48 +0000
Recommended read: Developers Need to Start Paying Attention to Licenses https://www.remotesynthesis.com/blog/developers-and-licenses
Reminder that it's a #Hacktoberfest themed #HomebrewWebsiteClub Nottingham tomorrow! I hope to see you there at 1730 for some #FreeSoftware and #OpenSource work! https://events.indieweb.org/2020/10/homebrew-website-club-nottingham-hacktoberfest-edition--UHGfScpJfzyp
Recommended read: What usage restrictions can we place in a free software license? https://mjg59.dreamwidth.org/54709.html
Happy Valentine's day to everyone producing #FreeSoftware and #OpenSource, creating collaborative and inclusive spaces, and generally making the world go round a little better!
Recommended read: The happinesses and stresses of full-time FOSS work https://drewdevault.com/2020/01/21/Stress-and-happiness.html
Recommended read: The commons we've enclosed https://shkspr.mobi/blog/2020/01/the-commons-weve-enclosed/
Recommended read: Recapping Hacktoberfest #6 and Looking to Next Year https://blog.digitalocean.com/recapping-hacktoberfest-6/
Take Take Take: Rethinking How I Consume Free and Open Source Software (4 mins read).
Thinking about how I should be contributing back to the projects I rely on so heavily, both financially and with my own contributions.
Recommended read: They Might Never Tell You It’s Broken https://pointersgonewild.com/2019/11/02/they-might-never-tell-you-its-broken/
FOSDEM 2019 (31 mins read).
Recapping my time at the Free and Open Source Developers Europe Meeting conference in Brussels.
OggCamp 2018 (21 mins read).
A look at my time at OggCamp 2018, the talks I presented and attended.
Open S-awesome (5 mins read).
A month of giving back, and a very honest post-mortem of what I learned.
Hacktoberfest 2016 (12 mins read).
A few words about my excitement for the start of Hacktoberfest, and some ideas on how to get started yourself.
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