September 13-16, 2022
Dublin, Ireland + Virtual
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Friday, September 16 • 10:50 - 11:30
Eat Your Own Dogfood - How Upstream Orientation Changed the Way We Work in Open Source Management - Marcel Kurzmann, Bosch.IO GmbH

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For most of the modern developers working in a collaborative environment e.g. with git and contributing bugfixes and features "upstream" is "normal". But what about non-Coders? Our Open Source Office decided to switch to an Open Source Approach for Open Source Management in 2017. The evolution of the community since then was very positive. For the daily work there was a big impact to switch from a closed approach to an open approach with the ability to share "upstream" and collaborate with the community. One side was the infrastructure (including file-formats) that somehow should support a git-approach if possible, on the other side you need to know what are the community meetings that are important to attend and get a feeling for the right pulse. The talk will give some insights in the way we collaborate on code and non-code contents and our experiences on our journey to the community. It may serve as inspiration for "new" Open Source Offices for their own journey and where to find orientation in the existing communities (e.g. ToDo-Group, Tooling Group, OpenChain etc.)

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Marcel Kurzmann

Open Source Officer, Bosch.IO GmbH
Marcel Kurzmann joined Bosch in 1997. After establishing the test-automation service team at Bosch Engineering and Acquisition Project Management in the automotive section he took over the Quality Management of Bosch Software Innovations in 2008. From 2015 he is responsible for the... Read More →

Friday September 16, 2022 10:50 - 11:30 IST
EcoCem Room (Level 2)
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