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Episode 76: Tobie Langel on what people mean when they say "Open Source"

podcastEpisode 76: Tobie Langel on what people mean when they say "Open Source"

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Episode 75: Deb Nicholson on the OSI, the future of open source, and SeaGL

podcastEpisode 75: Deb Nicholson on the OSI, the future of open source, and SeaGL

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Episode 74: Jory Burson of OpenJS on building sustainable open source communities

podcastEpisode 74: Jory Burson of OpenJS on building sustainable open source communities

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Episode 73: Anna Pojawis and Tyler Maran on using Bounties for Open Source Software

podcastEpisode 73: Anna Pojawis and Tyler Maran on using Bounties for Open Source Software

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Episode 72: Eriol Fox on Open Source Design and Sustain

podcastEpisode 72: Eriol Fox on Open Source Design and Sustain

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Episode 71: Hong Phuc Dang, founder of FOSSAsia, on how to build communities across boundaries

podcastEpisode 71: Hong Phuc Dang, founder of FOSSAsia, on how to build communities across boundaries

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Episode 70: Avi Press and Scarf

podcastEpisode 70: Avi Press and Scarf

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Episode 69: Humanitarian Open Source with Michael Nolan

podcastEpisode 69: Humanitarian Open Source with Michael Nolan

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Episode 68: Introducing FundOSS.org: A new way of funding open source, by Gitcoin x Sustain

podcastEpisode 68: Introducing FundOSS.org: A new way of funding open source, by Gitcoin x Sustain

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Episode 67: Ryan Sipes and Building Community at Thunderbird

podcastEpisode 67: Ryan Sipes and Building Community at Thunderbird

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Episode 66: Eric Holscher of Read The Docs, Write The Docs, and Ethical Ads

podcastEpisode 66: Eric Holscher of Read The Docs, Write The Docs, and Ethical Ads

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Episode 65: CHAOSS and Sustain: A Joint Podcast

podcastEpisode 65: CHAOSS and Sustain: A Joint Podcast

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Episode 64: Travis Oliphant and Russell Pekrul on NumPy, Anaconda, and giving back with FairOSS

podcastEpisode 64: Travis Oliphant and Russell Pekrul on NumPy, Anaconda, and giving back with FairOSS

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Episode 63: Tobias Augspurger on ProtonTypes, LibreSelery, and Environmentally Sustainable Open Source

podcastEpisode 63: Tobias Augspurger on ProtonTypes, LibreSelery, and Environmentally Sustainable Open Source

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Episode 62: Richard Fontana on the Legal Side of Open Source

podcastEpisode 62: Richard Fontana on the Legal Side of Open Source

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Episode 61: Melissa Logan on Marketing Open Source Effectively and Sustainably

podcastEpisode 61: Melissa Logan on Marketing Open Source Effectively and Sustainably

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Episode 60: Erik Rasmussen on the hard work of maintaining, marketing, and funding open source libraries

podcastEpisode 60: Erik Rasmussen on the hard work of maintaining, marketing, and funding open source libraries

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Episode 59: Jenn Schiffer on Satire, Coding, Why Teaching OSS Is Super Important

podcastEpisode 59: Jenn Schiffer on Satire, Coding, Why Teaching OSS Is Super Important

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Episode 58: Joel Wasserman on Flossbank and Sustainably Giving Back to Dependencies

podcastEpisode 58: Joel Wasserman on Flossbank and Sustainably Giving Back to Dependencies

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Episode 57: Mikeal Rogers on Building Communities, the Early Days of Node.js, and How to Stay a Coder for Life

podcastEpisode 57: Mikeal Rogers on Building Communities, the Early Days of Node.js, and How to Stay a Coder for Life

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Episode 56: Dominic Tarr on Coding What You Want, Living On A Boat, and the Early Days of Node.js

podcastEpisode 56: Dominic Tarr on Coding What You Want, Living On A Boat, and the Early Days of Node.js

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Episode 55: André Staltz on Open Source Going to Zero and Developing Below The Poverty Line

podcastEpisode 55: André Staltz on Open Source Going to Zero and Developing Below The Poverty Line

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Episode 54: Danese Cooper on the History of Open Source, InnerSource, and What's Next

podcastEpisode 54: Danese Cooper on the History of Open Source, InnerSource, and What's Next

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Episode 53: What the Fork? Shurui Zou on Forking in Open Source

podcastEpisode 53: What the Fork? Shurui Zou on Forking in Open Source

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Episode 52: Being Willing to be Open: Twenty Years of Coding at Red Hat, with Tom "Spot" Callaway

podcastEpisode 52: Being Willing to be Open: Twenty Years of Coding at Red Hat, with Tom "Spot" Callaway

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Episode 51: Working in Public: Nadia Eghbal and her new book about Making and Sustaining Open Source Software

podcastEpisode 51: Working in Public: Nadia Eghbal and her new book about Making and Sustaining Open Source Software

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Episode 50: Gitcoin, Quadratic Funding, and how Crypto can sustain Open Source

podcastEpisode 50: Gitcoin, Quadratic Funding, and how Crypto can sustain Open Source

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Episode 49: What OpenUK Does with Amanda Brock & Andrew Katz

podcastEpisode 49: What OpenUK Does with Amanda Brock & Andrew Katz

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Episode 48: Security and Cryptography with Nadim Kobeissi

podcastEpisode 48: Security and Cryptography with Nadim Kobeissi

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Episode 47: People and Relationships with Matt Asay

podcastEpisode 47: People and Relationships with Matt Asay

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