MasterTips: Open Source panel with Chris DiBona, Stormy Peters, Nithya Ruff and Sam Ramji
Under the Hood of Developer Marketing
Theme of the week:Let's listen to the pros talk Open Source!Today's episode is about Open Source.And who is better to talk about it than an industry all-star panel!This episode is part of our MasterTips series, which include tips from industry leaders.It is a panel discussion from the Future Developer Summit, an exclusive event for developer marketing industry leaders.The discussion focuses on Open Source software and contributions, from the following industry all-stars: Chris DiBona, Director of Open Source at Google, Nithya Ruff, Executive Director of OSPO at Comcast, Stormy Peters, Director of Open Source Office at MicrosoftAnd the panel moderator: Sam Ramji, CTO at DataStax Some of the topics they discussed are:How does your company decide when to contribute to Open Source?Are there projects from hobbyists that drive major company contributions?How can we open up Open Source?Should we include non-developers in Open Source for content and use-cases?What job title will help you be more successful in OSPO? Do you really need a title?All these questions answered in our latest episode.Don’t worry that you missed the event. You can watch all sessions on-demand at www.futuredeveloper.ioIntro Music: Planting Flags by Blue Dot Sessions (www.sessions.blue)
Open Source and the Open Usage Commons, with Chris DiBona
Kubernetes Podcast from Google
An open source license grants rights on copyright and patents, but not trademarks. Chris DiBona has some ideas on how to address that. He has spent his career in open source, including over 15 years running Google’s Open Source Programs Office, and is one of the directors of the new Open Usage Commons. It launched last week with three projects - Angular, Gerrit and Istio - transferring their trademarks. Chris joins Adam and Craig to talk about Google’s work in open source, and why a new organisation is needed. Do you have something cool to share? Some questions? Let us know: web: kubernetespodcast.com mail: email@example.com twitter: @kubernetespod Chatter of the week Software defined radio POGSAG The fuzz Talking to the International Space Station Breaker breaker News of the week SUSE to acquire Rancher Episode 57, with Darren Shepherd Open Usage Commons: OUC Board announcement Google announcement Istio blog post IBM opinion Governance updates Operator Framework and Contour accepted into the CNCF BigQuery Omni Kubernetes has caught up with YARN according to Datamechanics Kubernetes networking: why is this so dang hard? by Tim Hockin Episode 41 Announcing Kustomize support for Pulumi Cinderella clusters from Soluble Google’s Anthos comes to HPE Greenlake AWS: AWS partners with Docker Docker partners with AWS AWS Copilot for ECS cdk8s-plus AKS adds console RBAC and policy integration Kublr adds in-place upgrades and external clusters D2iQ want to teach you Links from the interview Chris DiBona VA Linux San Mehat Google Search Appliance Maintainer of Git Author of Git Ping pong balls on a bus AMP joined OpenJS Foundation and has now graduated WASM became a W3C standard Google Summer of Code Melange Open Usage Commons Apache Software License v2 and GPL v3 Open Source Definition Angular, Gerrit and Istio OUC board members Debian Free Software Guidelines Google Contributor License Agreement Apache Contributor License Agreement Developer Certificate of Origin Istio governance: Steering Committee and TOC Silicon Valley Chris’s IMDB page Palo Alto fiber ring (and today) Chris DiBona on Twitter Open Source at Google
Episode 125: Chris DiBona - Google Launches a Trademark Office for Open Source
The New Stack Context
Welcome to The New Stack Context, a podcast where we discuss the latest news and perspectives in the world of cloud native computing. For this week’s episode, we spoke with Chris DiBona, director of open source at Google, about Google’s launch of the Open Usage Commons, an independent company to help open source projects better manage their trademarks.In a blog post, DiBona notes that trademarks sit at the juncture of the rule-of-law and the philosophy of open source. So for this episode, we wanted to find out more about how they interact and how Google is attempting to improve the management of trademarks in an open source way. We also wanted to address the rumors that this organization was created to manage Google’s Istio open source service mesh in lieu of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (DiBona’s answer: no).TNS editorial and marketing director Libby Clark hosted this episode, alongside TNS senior editor Richard MacManus, and TNS managing editor Joab Jackson.
For the first In Context podcast, RUSI Director-General Dr Karin von Hippel talks to Chris DiBona, Director of Open Source at Google. Chris has witnessed the rise of one of the biggest tech firms on the planet that is making an impact on everyday life. Chris shares with us his assessment on digital security, privacy and hacking.