My latest newsletter was sent out this weekend. It collects fun snippets of text I’ve found, links I liked, a few pictures, self-promotion (content I’ve made), and this little analysis of our state of the supply chain/open source packaging survey. A sample of that:
I want to add my own criteria for using open source that you should consider: make sure there’s a thriving, well supported community that you can depend on for the long-term. There’s two reasons for this: you want to make sure you’ll get community-based support when you’re learning how to use the OSS and troubleshoot it. Also, you want to make sure over the years that new, innovative features are added.
A thriving community will address these criteria.
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