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Webinar: How the maintainers of urllib3 keep the project secure and healthy

If you’re building with Python, you’re probably using urllib3. 
Caitlin Bixby
by Caitlin Bixby
on December 1, 2022

Case study: How Distributive uses Tidelift to maximize the security and resilience of its open source application components

By Caitlin Bixby on November 30, 2022
Meet Distributive, founded by CEO Dan Desjardins and CTO Wes Garland and home of the Distributive Compute Protocol (DCP), a distributed computing ...

Take the 2023 open source maintainer survey!

By Lyn Muldrow on November 29, 2022
Do you actively maintain one or more open source projects? If so, we'd love to learn from you.   

Tidelift at AWS re:Invent 22

By Kristina Kaldenbach on November 28, 2022
We are excited to be heading back to Vegas for AWS re:Invent this week! For the past 10 years, the global cloud community has come together at ...

Recap: Why this CISO thinks SBOMs aren’t the silver bullet

By Caitlin Bixby on November 22, 2022
On November 15th, Tidelift CEO and co-founder, Donald Fischer, hosted Andy Ellis, former Chief Information Security Officer at Akamai turned startup ...

Pay the maintainers: responsible maintainership (and incentive to continue)

By Bill Nottingham on November 17, 2022
At Tidelift, we are interested in helping our maintainers thrive. Sometimes that means paying them to maintain their work. Sometimes it means helping ...

The npm package of the Moment: How Tidelift migrated from a deprecated Javascript package

By Sofia Javed on November 15, 2022
Moment.js is a popular date-handling library that, at one point, was being downloaded nearly 15 million times a week. Despite its popularity, ...

Recap: October 13th Deep Dive: AI Society panel

By Caitlin Bixby on November 10, 2022
A few weeks ago, Tidelift co-founder and general counsel Luis Villa joined Kat Walsh, general counsel at Creative Commons, Carlos Muñoz Ferrandis, AI ...

urllib3: how the maintainers keep the project secure and healthy (and why you should care) part 3

By Bill Nottingham on November 9, 2022
Have you ever wondered what the open source maintainers that your business relies on do to keep our software healthy and secure? Here’s the third and ...

Fireside chat: Why this CISO thinks SBOMs aren’t the silver bullet

By Caitlin Bixby on November 8, 2022
Software bills of materials (or SBOMs) have been all over the news this year. Here’s a quick refresher on how that came to pass:

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