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Tidelift advisory | Spring Framework critical vulnerability: what you need to know and do

In this advisory, we will address the core facts regarding the recently disclosed security vulnerability in the Spring Framework, which has been ...
Jeremy Katz
by Jeremy Katz
on March 31, 2022

Tidelift advisory | Log4Shell critical vulnerability: what you need to know and do

By Jeremy Katz on December 11, 2021
In this advisory, we will address the core facts regarding the recently disclosed security vulnerability in the Apache log4j project, which has been ...

You're invited: What's on the maintainer wishlist for Hacktoberfest?

By Amy Hays on October 18, 2021
Hacktoberfest, a month-long celebration of open source software that encourages OSS enthusiasts and beginners alike to contribute to projects, seems ...

Finding #7: Maintainers need help improving documentation and the user and contributor experience

By Chris Grams on July 27, 2021
In early 2021, Tidelift fielded its first-ever comprehensive survey of open source maintainers. Nearly 400 maintainers responded with thoughts about ...

Hey maintainers, please take our (first-ever) Tidelift maintainer survey

By Amy Hays on February 25, 2021
We’ve launched our first, all-encompassing survey of open source maintainers! If you actively maintain one or more open source projects, we want to ...

Welcome to Tidelift, npm maintainer Blake Embrey!

By Brenna Heaps on August 4, 2020
We’re excited to share that maintainer Blake Embrey will now be providing assurances for a number of projects as part of the Tidelift Subscription. ...

In a recession, who’s looking out for the open source maintainers?

By Donald Fischer on May 12, 2020
As the global economy enters a recession triggered by many businesses, schools, and services shutting down to slow the spread of COVID-19, I’ve been ...

Meet Joda maintainer, Stephen Colebourne

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

How to welcome community contributions to your open source project

By Kate Mancuso on October 29, 2019
Greetings! So you’re considering actively recruiting more contributors to your open source project for the first time. That’s great! It can be ...

Project Lombok's Roel Spilker: Why rejecting good ideas is the hardest part of being a maintainer

By Brenna Heaps on August 27, 2019
Project Lombok maintainer Roel Spilker thinks the hardest part of being a maintainer is rejecting good feature ideas. It’s heartbreaking, he said, to ...

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