All posts tagged: open source communities
A quick hypothetical situation, or, your crash introduction to the real world
Online harms are hard. Meet a woman who is harder.
A little story about my book and a troublemaker who tried to derail it, as you do
Russian plugin, go fuck yourself
The speculative fiction novel I want to read this year
A natter on regulations, freedom of expression, and open source software
The world’s most dangerous tech project
It might be yours.
Conference talk: WordPress’s role in a changing web + my retirement from open source
About that WordPress autoupdates thing.
There was a call for comments ahead of this weekend’s scheduled panel discussion at WCUS on the autoupdates plan. I’ve been asked to respond to it from my perspective, so I will.
What I learned in the Mozilla Open Leaders initiative
This week wraps up my training in the Mozilla Open Leaders initiative. It’s been an amazing, very intense 14 weeks of learning, all in support of the team in the cross-project CMS privacy group.