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Meet Joda maintainer, Stephen Colbourne

One day back in 2000, Joda maintainer Stephen Colbourne decided to contribute to the Apache Commons Project. His goal? He wanted to help improve the ...
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by Amy Hays
on November 5, 2019

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Changelog’s maintainer spotlight featuring Mongoose maintainer, Val Karpov

By Amy Hays on October 10, 2019
Each month, we partner with the podcast The Changelog on a new Maintainer Spotlight featuring an open source maintainer who is doing interesting work.

Check out The Changelog's maintainer spotlight, featuring lifter Feross Aboukhadijeh

By Amy Hays on September 3, 2019
A few months ago, we announced our partnership with the podcast The Changelog. Each month, we partner with them on a new Maintainer Spotlight podcast ...

Need help explaining Tidelift to your colleagues?

By Amy Hays on May 16, 2019
We’ve talked to a lot of awesome software developers at a bunch of events over the past few months. Every developer we’ve spoken to about Tidelift ...

Claudiu Popa, and finding the time to work on Pylint

By Amy Hays on March 21, 2019
Claudiu Popa, core maintainer of Python linter Pylint, became involved with the project by fixing a couple bugs. It’s a common tale in the world of ...

Luis Villa on what you need to know about open source licenses

By Amy Hays on January 31, 2019
We’re lucky to have an open source licensing guru here at Tidelift, co-founder Luis Villa. Luis recently had the opportunity to join Tobias Macey on ...

Valeri Karpov, Mongoose, and the importance of good docs

By Amy Hays on January 8, 2019
Valeri Karpov, lead maintainer of Mongoose, got into software development by way of Pokémon.

Gulp JS maintainer Blaine Bublitz and a better solution for supporting open source

By Amy Hays on December 18, 2018
Blaine Bublitz thinks about open source sustainability a lot. In the past two years, he’s tried a few different avenues to get funding for the ...

From Jade to Pug: How Forbes Lindesay adopted a project from a NodeJS legend

By Amy Hays on December 4, 2018
Forbes Lindesay adopted his pet project, Pug, from an open source legend–TJ Holowaychuk. TJ is a prolific NodeJS developer, who created an array of ...

Adopting projects out of the limelight: Why David Rodriguez works on byebug and Active Admin

By Amy Hays on November 20, 2018
When David Rodriguez first started working with the Ruby programming language, he noticed the Ruby debugger didn’t work properly.

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