Emily Rosen Olin linuxfoundation.org

Corporate open source programs are on the rise (here's the proof)  ↦

Our friends at The Linux Foundation, along side the TODO Group and The New Stack, have released the results of the 2018 Open Source Program Management Survey…

…more than 53% of the companies surveyed say their organization has an open source software program (or plans to establish one within the next year).

Emily shares many key findings, but my key take away is proof (because survey’s are 100% true) that corporate economies bare significant dependence upon open source, and the health of the communities that support that open source, in more ways than they know — and the impact of open source on their bottom line is bubbling up from within as informal working groups.


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