Category: Sponsors

  • OSI’s Deep Dive is an essential discussion on the future of AI and open source

    OSI’s Deep Dive is an essential discussion on the future of AI and open source

    GitHub is sponsoring Open Source Initiative’s Deep Dive: AI because we think it’s important for the community to unpack how open source software, process, and principles can help best deliver on the promise of AI.

  • Atlantic.Net: Why we sponsor OSI

    Atlantic.Net: Why we sponsor OSI

    This month, we’re pleased to spotlight one of our sponsors, Atlantic.Net, and learn why Open…

  • Why OSI? Featured sponsor, Open Weaver

    Why OSI? Featured sponsor, Open Weaver

    We asked Open Weaver to share the organization’s intrinsic ties to Open Source, its reasons for supporting the Open Source Initiative, and its hopes for the Open Source movement.

  • OSI Sponsor: Why OSI, Slim.AI

    OSI Sponsor: Why OSI, Slim.AI

    This week, we’re pleased to spotlight another OSI sponsor, Slim.AI, and learn why Open Source is important to their organization.

  • OpenLogic by Perforce: Why we support OSI

    OpenLogic by Perforce: Why we support OSI

    This week, we’re pleased to spotlight OSI sponsor, OpenLogic by Perforce, and learn why open…

  • Google OSPO: Why we support the OSI

    Google OSPO: Why we support the OSI

    We asked Google OSPO Director Chris Dibona to share the organization’s intrinsic ties to open source, its reasons for supporting the Open Source Initiative, and its hopes for the open source movement.

  • Comcast: Why we support the OSI

    Comcast: Why we support the OSI

    We asked our sponsors at Comcast to share the organization’s intrinsic ties to open source, its reasons for supporting the Open Source Initiative, and its hopes for the open source movement.

  • Miro Kredit: Why we support the OSI

    Miro Kredit: Why we support the OSI

    This week, we’re pleased to spotlight another OSI sponsor, Miro Kredit, and learn why open source is important to their organization.

  • Miro Kredit: Why we support the OSI

    This week, we’re pleased to spotlight another OSI sponsor, Miro Kredit, and learn why open source is important to their organization.

  • Lex Pan Law: Why we support the OSI

    Lex Pan Law is a full-service technology and intellectual property law firm based in Portland, Oregon. With a deep background in patent law also provides specialized advice to engineering teams and engineering management about the complex intersection between technology and the law. Having a long-standing interest in the intersection of copyright law and technology, the firm has extensive experience and community contacts in the free and open source licensing world.