As you probably know by now, I have been invoved in the Civil Infrastructure Project (CIP), a Linux Foundation Inintiative formed in 2016, representing Codethink, a founder Member and coordinating the engineering work in two areas within the project:
Why to support community driven FOSS events
FLOSS event offerings have exploded in the last few years. You can find everything from very elite, invitation-only pricey events to small, local meetings that are open to everybody. Almost every company that migrates from being an Open Source consumer to a contributor becomes a conference sponsor, which is positive.
Blog posts about Codethink’s participation at CIP, a Linux Foundation initiative
The last few months a couple of articles written by me and edited by colleagues at Codethink has been publishedat the Codethink Blog and the CIP blog. CIP, which is an acronym for Civil Infrastructure Platform is a Linux Foundation initiative focused in creating and maintaining an industrial Grade system. Codethink is a founder member … Continue reading Blog posts about Codethink’s participation at CIP, a Linux Foundation initiative