Learning from the open source world: discovering barriers to contribution
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Inspirational • October 2021
Learning from the open source world: discovering barriers to contribution
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Learning from the open source world: discovering barriers to contribution
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A barrier to contribution is a reason for a contributor to give up participating, which negatively impacts in the ecosystem (OSS communities, internal developments, etc.). Understanding common barriers enables managers and community leaders to identify effective means to make their development teams more engaging and thereby improve the ecosystem.

This talk will present a research run at the Apache Software Foundation (700 surveys, 20 interviews) with 88 different barriers and mitigation strategies provided by the community. This will give an overview of the diversity gap as well.

Language
Spanish
Level
Non technical / For everyone
Length
39 minutes
Type
online conference
About the speaker
About the speaker
Daniel Izquierdo Cortázar
CEOBitergia
Daniel Izquierdo Cortázar is co-founder and current CEO of Bitergia, a company focused on producing software development analytics and business insights on public, open source, and internal projects. He is currently Member at the Board of Directors at the InnerSource Commons Foundation, and part of the Governing Board of CHAOSS - Community Health Analytics for Open Source Software- a Linux Foundation Project. His main interests are related to mining software repositories, foster the adoption of open source and open source good practices through InnerSource.
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Language
Spanish
Level
Non technical / For everyone
Length
39 minutes
Type
online conference
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Online Tech Conference 2021 - Spanish Edition | Autumn
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