Article: Tidelift Announces Upstream: New June Event Celebrating Open Source Developers and Maintainers

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Tidelift Announces Upstream: New June Event Celebrating Open Source Developers and Maintainers

Tidelift, the premier provider of solutions for managing the open source software behind modern applications, today announced a new event for those who create and use open source software to build applications. Upstream is a free, one-day virtual event that brings together developers, open source maintainers, and the extended network of people who care most about their work.

United by a vision to make open source work better for everyone, attendees will have the opportunity to meet maintainers behind the open source tools they use every day and learn from industry legends developing applications with open source at scale.

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Article: Open Source 101: Go Online & Find Your Way Around Open Source

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Open Source 101: Go Online & Find Your Way Around Open Source

This five-year-old event, which played to small regional audiences in pre-COVID times, is hosted by the people behind All Things Open, one of the largest open source conferences on the East Coast. While All Things Open is targeted at folks who work in the deepest levels of open source, Open Source 101 is designed for folks who are just getting their feet wet in the open source ecosphere.

“A lot of the attendees at open source 101 are early career technologists,” said Todd Lewis, the founder and chairperson for both events.

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Article: Open Source Initiative election hacked

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Open Source Initiative election hacked

The Open Source Initiative (OSI)‘s recent board election was hacked. The organization will re-run the election once the voting process’s vulnerability has been analyzed and fixed.

Deb Nicholson, the OSI’s interim general manager, wrote that a “vulnerability in our voting processes was exploited and had an impact on the outcome of the recent Board Election. That vulnerability has now been closed. OSI will engage an independent expert to do a forensic investigation to help us understand how this happened and put measures in place to keep it from ever happening again.”

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