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Tuesday, October 29 • 14:25 - 15:00
Transitioning to Working in the Open - Marion Daly, New York Times

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Work at a closed source organization and wanting to embrace OSS? This talk will walk you through the steps to transitioning your project and your team to open source. Embracing OSS is not just about releasing a Tar Ball to an FTP somewhere, it requires completely changing how you work.

This talk will cover the facets of transitioning a team to open source from open issues queues to the politics of remaining competitive in an OSS world. Marion will walk you through some real-world examples of how companies have migrated to OSS, their struggles and how they were over come with best practices.

Working in the open and building a community is not easy and Marion will walk you through how to ease the transition for yourself and your company.

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Marion Daly

Senior Engineering Manager, New York Times
Previously at the Linux Foundation, Mozilla, and Microsoft helping them build out their new chromium browser. Currently senior engineering manager on the core team at the New York Times, she has many years of experience in building open source projects in her companies.

Tuesday October 29, 2019 14:25 - 15:00 CET
Rhone 3B