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The ouroboros manifest

“Oh come on...not again!”
John Bintz
by John Bintz
on October 29, 2020

Tidelift integrates Sonatype open source vulnerability data

By Matt Rollender on October 29, 2020
We know that application developers have a lot to manage including a strategic move by organizations to shift security to the left and into their ...

Finding #4: confidence in organization’s open source practices declines as size of company grows

By Chris Grams on October 27, 2020
In June of 2020, Tidelift fielded our annual managed open source survey of technologists who use open source to build applications at work. Over 600 ...

Joint Tidelift / JFrog webinar on-demand: Best practices for managing open source artifacts

By Amy Hays on October 22, 2020
Does this xkcd comic ring true for you?

Finding #3: large companies are burdened by cumbersome open source approval processes

By Chris Grams on October 20, 2020
In June of 2020, Tidelift fielded our annual managed open source survey of technologists who use open source to build applications at work. Over 600 ...

Finding #2: organizations look to open source to save time and money, while increasing efficiency

By Chris Grams on October 13, 2020
In June of 2020, Tidelift fielded our annual managed open source survey of technologists who use open source to build applications at work. Over 600 ...

Finding #1: open source use is rising during the COVID-19 recession

By Chris Grams on October 7, 2020
In June of 2020, Tidelift fielded our annual managed open source survey of technologists who use open source to build applications at work. Over 600 ...

About the 2020 managed open source survey

By Chris Grams on October 7, 2020
This marks the third year Tidelift has conducted a survey to answer our most pressing questions for technologists using open source to develop ...

Open source licenses AMA: get your pressing questions answered

By Amy Hays on October 1, 2020
Back in August, we hosted our very first licensing webinar called Everything you never wanted to know about open source licenses, and were too bored ...

How Tidelift helps urllib3 maintainer Seth Larson support more Python versions and release streams

By Kate Mancuso on September 29, 2020
One of the most popular packages on PyPI, urllib3, is continuing to maintain backwards compatibility with Python 2 and 3.5, while charging ahead on a ...

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