Manage and Protect Your Open Source Reputation

[ Thanks to Ross
for this link. ]

“We all know (or are about to find out) that the world of Open
Source Software isn’t the same world as proprietary developers live
in. OSS coders may or may not be paid to develop the projects they
work on, regardless, it’s all about your contributions, how good
you are and how well you’re perceived in the
OSS community.

“One’s reputation in the community is a valuable item. When
everything you code or produce is freely available for the world to
see and especially your peers to review and (ahem, constructively)
criticize, the stakes are pretty high…”

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