No individual, no matter how adept, can successfully implement open source compliance across an entire organization. Keeping track of where and how open source code is used, approved, and shipped must be a cross-functional team effort.
From core engineering and product teams, to legal counsel and upper management, compliance involves individuals in many roles from various departments throughout the company.
In this article, highlighting a chapter of The Linux Foundation ebook Open Source Compliance in the Enterprise by Ibrahim Haddad, we’ll give an overview of the roles and responsibilities that any open source compliance program should include. Together, these are the individuals who will make sure your company stays current and compliant with the open source licenses in the code you use and ship.
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