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What is the rights-ratchet, and why should you care?

One of the most popular talks at Upstream last month explained the rights-ratchet model—and, most importantly, why organizations should care. How ...
Amy Hays
by Amy Hays
on July 15, 2021

Tidelift advisory: impacts of the new White House cybersecurity executive order 14028 on application development teams

By Donald Fischer on May 13, 2021
Yesterday, the White House issued a much anticipated executive order on improving the cybersecurity of the United States. I’d like to share some of ...

The third wave of open source migration

By Donald Fischer on April 14, 2020
A few weeks ago, Dries Buytaert, creator of Drupal and co-founder of Acquia, published a blog post entitled Is open source recession-proof? He wrote: 

How open source software is fighting COVID-19

By Jeff Stern on April 1, 2020
Work is hard right now. COVID-19 makes it a challenge to stay focused and motivated. But it was cathartic for me to do some research into how the ...

Why scanning isn't enough

By Cameron Miller on March 31, 2020
Developers today can choose from millions of free open source components, enabling them to build applications faster than ever before. But with great ...

All new! The Tidelift guide to choosing open source packages well

By Amy Hays on March 17, 2020
How does your organization currently vet the open source packages you’re using to build your apps?

Tidelift and Girls Who Code partner to support diversity in open source

By Jeff Stern on January 28, 2020
It has been well documented that open source has a serious diversity problem. It’s not OK, and we need to support change—not only because it’s the ...

How much time do developers spend actually writing code?

By Chris Grams on October 31, 2019
In June of 2019, Tidelift and The New Stack jointly fielded a survey of professional software developers. Almost 400 people responded with thoughts ...

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 ...

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 ...

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