Open Source and Standards Team: How Red Hat Measures Open Source Success
Red Hat is a testament to the success of open source, but it still benefited from some organization and goal-setting in its community efforts.
“The Open Source and Standards office, or what some would refer to as an open source program office, was established six years ago to create a consistent way to support communities which Red Hat is actively participating. We created a centralized organization of expertise and resource to support our goals by flanking the considerable upstream engineering efforts ,” explained Deborah Bryant, senior director, Open Source and Standards, in the office of the CTO at Red Hat.
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