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Tidelift and the Python Software Foundation join up to support Flask and Pallets Projects

Today the Python Software Foundation and Tidelift announced a partnership to support the community-driven Pallets Projects. These include the open ...
Donald Fischer
by Donald Fischer
on September 17, 2019

Improve collaboration through community health files

By Blaine Bublitz on September 10, 2019
Whether you are an open source project maintainer or just starting to contribute on your first project, community health files in the project ...

How to get an enterprise-class experience for community-led open source projects

By Donald Fischer on August 29, 2019
Once chided as a movement made up of communists and thieves, open source today is the modern development platform for corporate applications. Across ...

How an annoying Python package led Alex Clark to create Pillow

By Brenna Heaps on August 15, 2019
While working in a Python CMS called Plone, Alex Clark kept running into issues with its imaging library, PIL, caused by the non-standard way it was ...

What is managed open source?

By Donald Fischer on June 27, 2019
Take yourself back in time for a minute. It is 2007, and you’ve just finished building your new J2EE app. You get a message on your Blackberry from ...

Want a Pay the Maintainers t-shirt? Here’s how to get one for free.

By Chris Grams on June 24, 2019
(Note: as of June 27th, all of the free t-shirts have been claimed. But you can still take the survey, we'd love to get your feedback, and thanks for ...

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 ...

Cloud providers manage your compute, storage, and network. But who manages your open source libraries? 🤔

By Havoc Pennington on May 9, 2019
Application dependencies are code. Like all code, this code needs care and feeding.

Managed open source: Tidelift expands to 1,000 open source projects, launches new capabilities for teams

By Havoc Pennington on April 30, 2019
Nearly all application developers rely heavily on open source code, yet most organizations don’t have a strategy to keep that code secure and well ...

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