One of the ways we’re turning OSI into a member organisation is to gradually replace the Board with member-selected directors.
Software Freedom Conservancy have announced a fundraising campaign for an Open Source non-profit accounting system. The campaign seeks to raise
Pleased to share the news that OSI will host a three hour open source license clinic as part of its non-profit educational mission, in collaboration with federal agency participants and the Washington D.C. technology community. The event will take place May 9 from 9 a.m. to Noon at the Library of Congress and is free, pre-registration required. The clinic is designed as a cross-industry, cross-community workshop for legal, contract, acquisition and program professionals who wish to deepen their understanding of open source software licenses, and raise their proficiency to better serve their organizations objectives as well as identify problems which may be unique to government. More details available at the event registration site.
Former OSI Board member Danese Cooper writes:
One of the pillars of the Indian FOSS Community passed away this week.
We just received confirmation that OSI’s request to be added as a signatory to the Declaration of Internet Freedom has
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