Did you know that many organizations including industry innovators like Microsoft, Google, and Facebook, have established open source programs? Immersing your company in open source culture is a competitive advantage that will allow you to hire the best talent, decrease risk, and innovate by increasing your shipping speed.
An open source program empowers anyone within your organization to determine when code should be made public and helps them safely navigate the process of doing so. This course will guide you as you create that open source program. You'll establish guidance and governance for your open source program, examine what current innovators are doing, and leverage existing templates and resources. This hands-on lab will help you tackle some big questions and give you a clear path forward for becoming an open source enterprise.
In this course, we'll answer common questions like:
READMEfor my organization's repositories?
After taking this course, you'll be able to:
We recommend you first complete the following courses:
This course uses all original content, we didn't use any open source projects to create it.
Developers, Managers, Teams
Begin thinking about the goals of your open source program.
Merge the open source kit's README.
Merge the open source kit's contributing guidelines.
Merge the pull request with your code of conduct.
Merge the pull request that adds communication guidelines for your organization.
Provide checklists that can be used to release a new open source project.
Merge the pull request that creates a guide for open source maintainers.
Help your organization determine what licenses should be used by creating a license policy.
Merge the pull request that adds guidance for consuming open source software within your organization.
Provide a README that team members can use when open sourcing their projects.
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