Follow this guide to learn how you can navigate or help a non-native English speaker navigate the open source world.
The OpenStack Summit, one of the largest open cloud infrastructure events in the world, hosts a day dedicated to the open-source system for automating deployment, scaling and management of containerized applications.
Code is the currency of the open-source realm but culture is king, says veteran community manager Jono Bacon.
John Dickinson is one of the longest-running OpenStack project team leads. He talks about what’s next for Swift and how he keeps going.
The program seeks 20 mentors with at least a year of OpenStack experience to offer technical or career guidance.
Leadership is not management, says former project team lead Lana Brindley. She offers tips on motivating, incentivizing and not getting charred in flame wars.
The second edition of this two-day training will be offered in April, here’s how you can get involved.
Collaborating on open source may involve a few bruises but everybody wins in the end, says OPNFV director Heather Kirksey.
Some of the funniest faux paus made even by experts — plus 10 hacks to make sure your community uses IRC to its best advantage.
Craig McLuckie and Sarah Novotny on how to navigate a trip to this harsh, beautiful place.