#214: Libscore, Velocity.js, and Hacking with Julian Shapiro - Changelog

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    Thank you to CircleCI for sponsoring this episode.


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    And a catalogue of open source related arbitrage opportunities.



    Tagged with opensource

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    Drawing on their experience working in the global health space and collaborating with open source communities, Karl and Gurpreet answer these questions, and more, on successfully using open source technology to solve real-world problems.


    Tagged with technology

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    Our panelists:

    Rob Simpson, Senior Engineer at AgileX & Host of The WaterCooler Web Dev Show

    Joe Barnes, Senior Architect at Mentor Graphics & Lift web framework contributor

    Matt Creager - Developer Advocate at Heroku

    Erik Isaksen - UX Engineer at3Pillar Global

    Christian Smith - Open source developer and startup enthusiast

    Nick Niemeir- JavaScript Agent Engineer atNew Relic


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    Open Source Jerks - http://readwrite.com/2014/12/15/open-source-avoid-the-jerks

    What is open source? - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Open-source_software_development

    The Open Source Initiative - http://opensource.org/

    Open Source is innovation - http://www.infoworld.com/article/2607921/application-development/the-open-source-way-of-being.html

    Github - https://github.com

    Bitbucket - https://bitbucket.org

    Gitlab - https://gitlab.com

    LiftWeb - http://liftweb.net/ & https://github.com/lift

    Free as in Freedom - https://static.fsf.org/nosvn/faif-2.0.pdf

    The Cathedral and the Bazaar - http://www.catb.org/esr/writings/cathedral-bazaar/

    The Magic Cauldron - http://www.catb.org/esr/writings/magic-cauldron/magic-cauldron.html

    Is npm worth 2.6MM? - http://words.steveklabnik.com/is-npm-worth-26mm

    Contributing on GitHub - https://guides.github.com/activities/contributing-to-open-source/

    Various Licenses and Comments - https://www.gnu.org/licenses/license-list.html

    Design & development in Open Source - http://open-karma.com/

    Gitter - https://gitter.im/


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    Pia Mancini

    Richard Littauer

    Eric Berry

    Jon Schlinkert

    Episode Summary

    This new addition to the Devchat.tv podcast family is about software sustainability, open source projects funding

    and software maintenance. The panelists introduce themselves and their roles and backgrounds

    in software sustainability. The panelists also mention that 57% of all software built is open-source and the economic value of open source is over 360 billion dollars so it is crucial to keep developers who maintain open-source projects from burning out. That being said, open-source projects have difficulty accessing funding. The panelists talk about efforts that have been made to combat that such as Open Collective. They then talk about some of the other topics the panelists plan to cover are and invite the audience to recommend topics they would like to hear more about on open-source sustainability.





    Eric Berry’s talk on Incentivizing and Sustaining Open Source


    Open Collective





    Jon Schlinkert:


    Eric Berry:

    Adventure Land

    Richard Littauer:

    Palaces for the People

    Pia Mancini:

    Brain Pickings

    Can Inuit Moms Help Me Tame My 3-Year-Old’s Anger?


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