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Wednesday, August 21 • 5:10pm - 5:45pm
Open Source Lifecycles: Moving from Source Available to Open Source to Open Governance - Travis Broughton & Beatriz Palmeiro, Intel

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Many projects have begun inside a company, only to be released and ultimately built into a community. Travis and Amy have had experience with several such projects, from ACRN to Kata Containers and beyond, that have gone from internally managed to source published on GitHub and then transitioned to a 3rd party with an open, elected governance body. This talk will outline this open source project lifecycle and a set of advocacy activities to manage these transitions.

It will also provide answers to some of the following common questions:
- How do I convince my company to release the source code for a project?
- How can my project manage the FUD around “giving up control” when opening governance to the community?
- How can my project manage the transition from closed to open governance?

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Beatriz Palmeiro

Community Manager, Intel Corporation

Travis Broughton

Advocacy Manager, Intel
Travis leads the advocacy team at Intel's Open Source Technology Center, focusing on Intel's upstream contributions. He previously spent 15 years in Intel IT, where he was an enterprise architect. He has previously given talks on the Akraino community and OpenStack collaboration at... Read More →

Wednesday August 21, 2019 5:10pm - 5:45pm PDT
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