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Wednesday, November 10 • 12:10pm - 12:40pm
Operationalizing Open Source Projects: When the Rubber Meets the Road - Trishan de Lanerolle, Linux Foundation Networking

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Once you have a conceptual idea for a collaborative open source project, recruited like-minded collaborators; engaged supply chains, vendors and competitors alike; and announced intentions, the realities begin to set in: How to actually launch the project, develop a codebase and nurture a new community and ecosystem. So, how do you get started as a new community and project? Questions abound: what type of CI/CD & Testing will you need? What is the governance structure? The composition of technical leadership, outreach and membership development? How to champion the project? What is the initial roadmap that builds a common understanding between stakeholders? What about budgetary and staffing needs? This is just a sampling of the questions encountered while launching a new OSS project. This presentation provides an insider’s perspective of what’s involved in launching and nurturing a project from the ground up, drawing from lessons learned as a seasoned leader of several LF projects. Learn best practices, including checklists, budgeting considerations and responsibilities.

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Trishan de Lanerolle

Senior Technical Community Architect, Linux Foundation Networking
Trishan de Lanerolle is a Senior Technical Community Architect for Networking at the Linux Foundation, leading projects at the cutting edge of networking. De Lanerolle is a technologist with over fifteen years of experience, building successful enterprise and open source programs... Read More →

Wednesday November 10, 2021 12:10pm - 12:40pm EST
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