Monthly Archives: March 2011

Heading to POSSCON & UMass Amherst

March has been the month of many travels. Thinking back on things, it seems March is always a busy month for travels, but it’s been quite the month. Not to mention that I’ll be starting off April with a trip … Continue reading

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3rd Annual Humanitarian FOSS Symposium

I had the privilege last week of attending the 3rd Annual HFOSS Symposium in Dallas, TX, meeting up with many old friends and making some new ones. The event brought together some of the most well known figures in the … Continue reading

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Research Into Recruiting and Retention in FOSS Projects

I was recently contacted by Andreas Schilling, a PhD student at Bamberg University, regarding his research into recruiting and retention for Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) projects. Andreas and I did a one hour interview, and he was kind … Continue reading

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