We seek out stories of open source successes, moving from beyond source code and into the world at large. We focus on code which didn't just turn into a large enterprise business, but which passed through universities, cities, governments, and the world to make a real difference in people's lives. Our guests are open sourcerers, academics, open source program officers, and everyone in between.
Episode 5: Teaching the next generation of Open Source Technology Managers at Brandeis University, with Ken Udas and Georg Link
April 2nd, 2021 | 31 mins 17 secs
Ken Udas and Georg Link join us to talk about the Open Source Technology Management Program at Brandeis University, and how they're building the next generation of OSPO leaders.
January 11th, 2021 | 29 mins 34 secs
lutece, open source, paris
Philippe Bareille joins us today to talk about the impact of Lutece, an open source project used by the City of Paris to deliver services to its citizens.
December 7th, 2020 | 37 mins 40 secs
Stephen Jacobs talks to us about launching the new [email protected] program, a new OSPO and research program at RIT, and lessons on how to do Open Source in academia.
November 14th, 2020 | 42 mins 49 secs
On this podcast, we will talk about how open source has made an impact on the world at a large when it has gone from a computer’s terminal all the way through cities, it’s principalities, governments, universities, and anywhere it needs to go to make an impact. Today, my guest is Sayeed Choudbury, who works at John Hopkins University and lives in Baltimore. He tells us the interesting work he’s done with OSPO at John Hopkins. He also talks about the Four Pillars of University and all the work that John Hopkins has done in helping with COVID, one being the COVID Map, which ironically started as a research project and has become a worldwide resource. Also, we learn how John Hopkins is helping the St. Francis Neighborhood Center in Baltimore.
October 13th, 2020 | 1 min 28 secs
Where I introduce what it is I'm doing here - talking about awesome stories of open source.