Category: News

  • Meet OSI’s new board member, Chair and Vice Chair

    Meet OSI’s new board member, Chair and Vice Chair

    The Open Source Initiative (OSI) is managed by a Board of Directors that is elected and appointed by OSI Individual members, Affiliate members, and by the board itself. We would like to welcome a new Director and a change of roles for Chair and Vice Chair.

  • OSI links arms with the Open Infrastructure Foundation

    OSI links arms with the Open Infrastructure Foundation

    OSI has chosen to become an associate member of one of our own members, the Open Infrastructure (OpenInfra) Foundation.

  • Ten takeaways from the 2022 State of Open Source survey

    Ten takeaways from the 2022 State of Open Source survey

    The Open Source Initiative (OSI) and OpenLogic by Perforce joined forces to conduct a global survey about the State of Open Source software. In only six weeks, we drew 2,660 respondents from every corner of the globe and from companies of all sizes representing over 15 different industries.

  • Ten takeaways from the 2022 State of Open Source survey

    The Open Source Initiative (OSI) and OpenLogic by Perforce joined forces to conduct a global survey about the State of Open Source software. In only six weeks, we drew 2,660 respondents from every corner of the globe and from companies of all sizes representing over 15 different industries.

  • How OSI will renew its Board of Directors in 2022

    In the next few months, the OSI board of directors will renew four of its seats with an open election process among its full individual members and affiliates. There will be two elections in March: The Affiliate organizations will elect two directors and Individual members will elect two directors.

  • Results from the first new members campaign

    We’re welcoming 1,354 new members to the Open Source Initiative. The membership drive we launched at the end of 2021 surpassed our expectations.

  • Why I want you to run for the OSI board

  • Why I want you to run for the OSI board

  • Why I want you to run for the OSI board