TODO is an open group of organizations who want to collaborate on practices, tools, and other ways to run successful and effective open source projects and programs.
Every year, the TODO Group performs a yearly OSPO survey to assess the state of open source programs across the industry. We will present some of the insights taken from this study, with a primary focus on: The extent of adoption of open source programs and initiatives; Perceived benefits and challenges of open source programs; The impact of open source on organizational strategyView Details
In this OSPOlogy episode, Stephen Jacobs will take us through the years of work behind the Open@RIT program, a key research center of the university which serves as the RIT's Open Programs Office. During the session, the audience will also be able to learn best practices to foster a collaborative engine for faculty, staff, and students.View Details
This talk will explore the landscape and provide specific examples of how Linux Foundation Projects have become central in discussing the future of open source governance in the Context of Compliance and Security for open source programs.View Details