Sustain Episode 51: Working in Public: Nadia Eghbal and her new book about Making and Sustaining Open Source Software
Nadia Eghbal, author of the seminal work Roads and Bridges, came on to talk to us about her new book, Working in Public. Source: Sustain Episode 51: Working in Public: Nadia Eghbal and her new book about Making and Sustaining Open Source Software
Here’s a show for you… Episode 50: Gitcoin, Quadratic Funding, and how Crypto can sustain Open Source Sustain https://open.spotify.com/episode/2EZHPiK3qPJEw9y7WaPFYQ?si=AwXeURLWTOyYySEFSgkY9Q 20:00 – Quadratic Funding Optimal way of democratically funding public goods Matching Sponsor funding pools for campaigns based on X Matching funds based on number of contributors not amount of contributions Downtownstimulus.com
https://don.goodman-wilson.com/posts/open-source-is-broken/ “What does a people-centric collaborative software development model look like? I’d like to explore some basic properties that such a model ought to have, as a starting place for building new institutions to support productive, non-exploitative software development.”
A podcast about tech and society, hosted by Ben Thompson and James Allworth Ben and James discuss how the Internet’s impact will be like the printing press’s, and what that means for how we should think about Facebook. The Internet and the Third Estate — Stratechery Ben Thompson: Zuckerberg’s Speech, Facebook Versus China, The Structure […]
Pretty simply, advertisements like this one are constantly paying Facebook for our attention – like this company paid for mine today. Behind the curtains, companies are placing competing bids to make it on to our news feeds.