16: Open Source: The Big Picture with Nadia Eghbal
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Open Source: The Big Picture with Nadia Eghbal Follow us on Twitter @tech_done_right, leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, and please sign up for our newsletter! Guest Nadia Eghbal: Works on Open Source Initiatives at GitHub, Author of Roads and Bridges: The Unseen Labor Behind Our Digital Infrastructure; Read her essays on Open Source on Medium Summary The Internet runs on Open Source. Open Source runs on maintainers and contributors. Is that sustainable? We talk to Nadia Eghbal about her work documenting and analyzing the Open Source ecosystem. How did we get here, and how did GitHub change Open Source? Nadia answers why Open Source makes economic sense, and discusses what can make projects more sustainable (hint: it's not just money). Notes 01:22 - Researching the Open Source Community 03:14 - How the Relationship Between Open Source and the Rest of Technology Changed in the Mid-2000s 07:22 - Where is Open Source going? How will it evolve? 09:28 - What do successful projects do that others can learn from?…