Monthly Archives: June 2010

Combating Apathy in [Free and Open Source] Communities — Part 3

This article is a part of a three part series, if you haven’t read the first part and second part, you really should. How do we address this problem?  Who does it? In other words, how do small to medium … Continue reading

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Agile Roots: Day 1

As a person who runs a conference and community events in Utah, I have to first give a hand to the organizers of Agile Roots.  They have done an amazing job with the venue, schedule, organization, marketing and all of … Continue reading

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Heading to Agile Roots

Agile infrastructure and management has been in my purview for some time now.  While I’ve never attended the Velocity conference put on by O’Reilly every year, I have been a regular attendee to VeloSLC in months past. One of the … Continue reading

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Combating Apathy in [Free and Open Source] Communities — Part 2

This article is a part of a three part series, if you haven’t read the first part, you really should. Why don’t more people actually volunteer 2-3 hours per month? One word, Apathy.  Yes, apathy. I believe apathy is what … Continue reading

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Combating Apathy: How to Keep a [Free and Open Source] Community Alive

This June will mark the fourth anniversary of the creation of the Utah Open Source Foundation.  In October, we will be hosting approximately 500 attendees at the fourth annual Utah Open Source Conference. What started out as a simple idea … Continue reading

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