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Tidelift’s Donald Fischer and maintainer Jordan Harband discuss supply chain security

Last week, Tidelift CEO and co-founder Donald Fischer and open source maintainer Jordan Harband sat down with Software Engineering Radio to discuss ...
Caitlin Bixby
by Caitlin Bixby
on January 5, 2023

Tidelift customers help empower NumPy and the Python scientific community

By Josh Simmons on December 6, 2022
Last week, our maintainer partners at NumPy announced the launch of the NumPy Fellowship Program and the appointment of Sayed Adel as the first NumPy ...

Last call: take the 2023 open source maintainer survey by Friday, Dec 9

By Lyn Muldrow on December 5, 2022
There’s only a few days left before we close the 2023 Tidelift open source maintainer survey on December 9th. If you are an open source maintainer ...

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.   

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 ...

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 ...

Resilient open commons

By Luis Villa on November 3, 2022
Open source software is often loosely referred to as a “commons,” but we rarely think deeply about what that means. Elinor Ostrom, ...

urllib3: how the maintainers keep the project secure and healthy (and why you should care) part 2

By Bill Nottingham on November 2, 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 second in ...

urllib3: how the maintainers keep the project secure and healthy (and why you should care) part 1

By Bill Nottingham on October 27, 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 first in ...

Recap: AWS + Tidelift panel: Best practices for inclusive development

By Caitlin Bixby on October 26, 2022
On Tuesday, October 11th, in partnership with AWS, Tidelift’s foundations advocate, Josh Simmons, and Tidelift co-founder and head of engineering ...