We’re rebroadcasting the finale episode of the beloved Request For Commits. But don’t worry, The Changelog will be back with new episodes next week. In this finale episode of Request For Commits, we regroup to discuss the podcast from its start to its finish, lessons learned, community impact, and where the conversations around open source sustainability are taking place, now and in the future. It’s the end of Request For Commits, but the conversations we’ve had will continue on The Changelog. We also have some guest-host appearances for Nadia and Mikeal planned in the near future on this podcast. So, stay tuned.
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- Nadia Eghbal – Twitter, GitHub
- Mikeal Rogers – Twitter, GitHub
- Adam Stacoviak – Twitter, GitHub, Website
- Jerod Santo – Twitter, GitHub, Website
Notes and Links
- Request For Commits has been respectfully retired
- Listen and subscribe to The Changelog
- The Changelog #193: Funding and Sustaining Open Source with Nadia Eghbal
- The Changelog #252 GitHub’s Open Source Survey (2017) with Frannie Zlotnick & Nadia Eghbal
- Subscribe to Nadia’s infrequent newsletter
- How I Stumbled Upon The Internet’s Biggest Blind Spot
- Open source was worth at least $143M of Instagram’s $1B acquisition
- Open source infrastructure Q&A
- What if Facebook were a nonprofit?
- Sustain – a one day conversation for open source software sustainers