Being a Catalyst in Communities - The science behind the open source way
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How does Red Hat have wild success with Fedora and other FLOSS projects? By following a method firmly rooted in humanism, practice, and science. Learn in this session how to be an effective catalyst in communities of users, contributors, and businesses.
Speaker: Karsten Wade
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- The Open Source Way
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