Last March we held a TODO Group track at Open Source Leadership Summit focused entirely on sharing best practices for businesses managing and building out open source programs. More than a dozen open source program leads and other leaders from companies shared their tips and best practices at the event.
Furthermore in the last year or so, we have seen companies like AWS build out an open source program via @AWSOpen and even companies like VMWare hired their first Chief Open Source Officer. We’ve had many organizations approach TODO Group members asking for advice on how to get started with an open source program.
To help companies inform and improve their open source practices, we here at the TODO Group have ramped up our knowledge sharing this year and are offering more free resources by open sourcing a set of living open source guides for the enterprise to help you learn more about setting up an open source program. Topics include:
How to Create an Open Source Program
Measuring Your Open Source Program
Tools for Measuring Your Open Source Program
Using Open Source Code
Participating in Open Source Communities
Recruiting Open Source Developers
Read more at The Linux Foundation