Great Primer on Open Source Folkways

Posted by bryanzug - 2007/03/15

A couple of weeks ago I noticed that two good friends of mine here in Seattle were cross posting on their blogs about Flash/Flex momentum and how a healthy open source governance structure might be helpful in pushing momentum even further.

My natural question — have you guys met face to face? Wanna grab some food?

So last night I met Ted Leung and Ryan Stewart for dinner down at Ivar’s on the waterfront. Great time, great view, great conversation.

Though Ted and I both work in the tech industry and have been friends since Mind Camp 1.0, I had never heard him talk about his long history with open source communities and governance (Apache, et al).

All I can say is that I learned a ton about that and distributed project/team folkways in general.

Great, great evening.



3 Comments »

RSS feed for comments on this post. TrackBack URI

  1. You and me both. I’m hoping to put together a post based on all the new info that I have. I’ve got a long plane ride tomorrow, so I can sit down and think it all out!

    Comment by Ryan Stewart — March 15, 2007 #

  2. [...] eLearning Skinny Bryan Zug’s blog on the technical side of eLearning « Great Primer on Open Source Folkways [...]

    Pingback by eLearning Skinny » Blog Archive » Creating Passionate Users: Face-to-Face Trumps Twitter, Blogs, Podcasts, Video… — March 16, 2007 #

  3. [...] A few weeks back, I had dinner in Seattle with Ryan Stewart and Brian Zug. Over the course of several hours we covered a number of topics, including a crash course in open source software. Yesterday Ryan posted some of what he learned during our conversation, including his conclusions about whether or not open sourcing the Flash Player was a good idea. That post generated a bunch of traffic, so Ryan put up a follow up post on his personal blog. [...]

    Pingback by Ted Leung on the Air » Blog Archive » Ryan, Open Source, and Flash — April 12, 2007 #

Leave a comment

You must be logged in to post a comment.

Powered by WordPress with GimpStyle Theme design by Horacio Bella.
Entries and comments feeds. Valid XHTML and CSS.