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OSCON 2019: Why You Should Care About Open Source Software Foundations

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As more and more businesses and people depend on open source software, critical technologies you rely on need to be sustained. Open source projects need a neutral, independent organization to help manage infrastructure and grow communities over the long term.

Jon Galloway outlines what open source software foundations do for projects, the community, and the open source ecosystem as well as the importance of corporations and individuals getting involved.

https://conferences.oreilly.com/oscon/oscon-or/public/schedule/detail/79485

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OSCON 2019: Why You Should Care About Open Source Software Foundations

  1. 1. Jon Galloway | @jongalloway | jon@dotnetfoundation.org Open Source Software Foundations why you should care about
  2. 2. *record scratch* *freeze frame* Photo by Luana De Marco on Unspla
  3. 3. .NET is open source? I have questions Photo by Camylla Battani on Unspla Why does it have a Foundation?
  4. 4. .NET 2001 ECMA 335 2002 NET 1.0 for Windows released. Mono project begins 2008 ASP.NET MVC (web platform) open source April 2014 .NET Compiler Platform (“Roslyn”) open source .NET Foundation founded Nov. 2014 .NET Core (cross-platform) project begins 2016 Mono project joins .NET Foundation Aug. 2017 .NET Core 2.0 released Dec. 2018 .NET Core 2.2 released .NET Core 3.0 preview WinForms and WPF go open source Fall 2019 .NET Core 3.0 .NET Open Source Journey
  5. 5. .NET open source momentum
  6. 6. .NET Growth Continues Visual Studio +1 million new monthly active .NET developers in last year 0 200,000 400,000 600,000 800,000 1,000,000 1,200,000 1 2 3 4 5 >1 million .NET Core developers Visual Studio, Visual Studio for Mac, Visual Studio Code
  7. 7. Top 30 Highest Velocity OSS Projects on GitHub https://www.cncf.io/blog/2017/06/05/30-highest-velocity-open-source-projects/ https://raw.githubusercontent.com/cncf/velocity/master/charts/top30_20170801_20180801.png
  8. 8. “Using the same-size server, we were able to go from 1,000 requests per second per node with Node.js to 20,000 requests per second with .NET Core.“ — Raygun www.dot.net/customers Data sourced from official tests available at TechEmpower Round 16. Faster than any other popular framework
  9. 9. Photo by Camylla Battani on Unspla Why does it have a Foundation?
  10. 10. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_free_and_open-source_software_organizations Let’s ask Prof. Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_free_and_open-source_software_organizations
  11. 11. What Problems Do Open Source Software Foundations Solve?
  12. 12. http://www.commitstrip.com/en/2014/05/07/the-truth-behind-open-source-apps/ - used with permission
  13. 13. http://www.commitstrip.com/en/2014/05/07/the-truth-behind-open-source-apps/ - used with permission
  14. 14. Open Source Sustainability
  15. 15. Make Sure You Can Depend On Open Source Projects You Care About
  16. 16. [Case Study]
  17. 17. Collaboration
  18. 18. Before: .NET was a part of Microsoft Microsoft .NET
  19. 19. After: Microsoft is a part of the .NET Foundation
  20. 20. Project Support
  21. 21. Steeltoe DotNetNuke SourceLink nUnit MvvmCross IronPython ILMerge Infer.NET StackExchange.Redis
  22. 22. IP / Legal Support •Review as projects join •Legal services •CLA •d/b/a registration
  23. 23. Certificates •HTTPS •Code Signing (via d/b/a)
  24. 24. DevOps •CI / CD •Package Feeds
  25. 25. Hosting •Web Hosting •Service Hosting •DNS
  26. 26. SAAS •Office 365 •Slack •LastPass
  27. 27. Marketing and Communications Monthly Newsletter: 650 subscribers + blog Project Leader Newsletter Meetup Leader Newsletter Website + Blog + Social YouTube
  28. 28. Marketing and Communications
  29. 29. Community
  30. 30. meetup.com/pro/dotnet Groups 290 Members 208,000 Countries 59
  31. 31. •Beth TODO Announcing .NET Conf 2019
  32. 32. What We’ve Been Doing a.Member Projects a.Project Services a.Meetups a.Events a.Marketing and Communications a.Strategic Stuff
  33. 33. What’s New a.Corporate Sponsorship a.Open Membership a.Open Elections
  34. 34. •430 Members (out of 700 applications) •45 Election Candidates Membership & Elections
  35. 35. Membership & Elections
  36. 36. Action Groups OUTREACH PROJECT SUPPORT MEMBERSHIP MARKETING AND COMMUNICATION CORPORATE PARTNERSHIP TECHNICAL OVERSIGHT SPEAKER BUREAU AND MEETUPS
  37. 37. Some other stuff we’re thinking about Fiscal support (sponsorship, financial services) Connecting: Companies + Projects + Community Speaker Bureau d/b/a -> LLC Project maturity levels
  38. 38. Some other Open Source Software Foundations
  39. 39. Some other Open Source Software Foundations
  40. 40. Some other Open Source Software Foundations
  41. 41. Next Steps Learn more Join a Foundation Submit your project for membership
  42. 42. Rate today’s session Session page on conference website O’Reilly Events App
  43. 43. Thanks for your time! @jongalloway | @dotnetfdn jon@dotnetfoundation.org

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