Dawn Foster has hosted 5 episodes.
Dawn is the Open Source Community Strategy Lead within VMware's Open Source Program Office. She recently joined the board of OpenUK, an organization committed to develop and sustain UK leadership in Open Technology. Dawn is on the Governing Board and is a maintainer for the Linux Foundation’s CHAOSS project and is on the Board of Advisors for Bitergia. She has 20+ years of experience at companies like Intel and Puppet with expertise in community building, strategy, open source software, metrics, and more. She is passionate about bringing people together through a combination of online communities and real-world events along with analyzing the data associated with participation in developer and open source communities. Dawn holds a PhD from the University of Greenwich along with an MBA and a BS in Computer Science. She has spoken at dozens of industry events, including many Linux Foundation events, OSCON, SXSW, FOSDEM and more.
Dawn Foster is on the CHAOSS Governing Board, a maintainer of the Diversity and Inclusion WG, Common Metrics WG, and a regular panelist on the CHAOSScast.
Georg Link has hosted 13 episodes.
Georg’s mission is to help open source become more professional in its use of community metrics and analytics. Georg co-founded the Linux Foundation CHAOSS Project to advance analytics and metrics for open source project health. As the Director of Sales at Bitergia, Georg helps organizations and communities with adopting CHAOSS metrics and technology. In his spare time, Georg enjoys reading and hot-air ballooning.
Matt Broberg has hosted 7 episodes.
Matt Broberg is maintainer of the CHAOSS Value WG and co-host of CHAOSScast.
His day job is Technical Editor and Community Advocate for Opensource.com. He is a writer, international speaker, and open source contributor. He’s also a fan of tattoos and cats, though he remains unsure of Schrödinger’s.
Matt Germonprez has hosted 4 episodes.
Matt Germonprez is the Mutual of Omaha Professor of Information Systems in the College of Information Science & Technology at the University of Nebraska at Omaha. He uses qualitative field-studies to research corporate engagement with open communities and the dynamics of design in these engagements. His lines of research have been funded by numerous organizations including the National Science Foundation, the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, and Mozilla. Matt is the co-founder of the Linux Foundation Community Health Analytics OSS Project (CHAOSS). He has had work accepted at ISR, MISQ, JAIS, JIT, ISJ, I&O, CSCW, OpenSym, Group, HICSS, IEEE Computer, and ACM Interactions. Matt is an active open source community member, having presented design and development work at LinuxCon, the Open Source Summit North America, the Linux Foundation Open Compliance Summit, the Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit, and the Open Source Leadership Summit.
Matt Germonprez is a CHAOSS co-founder, co-lead of the CHAOSS Governing Board, and regular CHAOSScast panelist among other things
Samantha Venia Logan has hosted 8 episodes.
Samantha Venia Logan is an expert in Online Community Management and full-stack marketing. She started her own YouTube channel in 2010, and RESCQU.NET in 2013. She worked for Constant Contact, and returned to college for a specialization in online community management. Then she attained all 12 certifications from DigitalMarketer. She spent the past 8 years learning the diverse skills necessary to develop strong stable online communities that make her clients' services and products integral to their function.
Samantha Venia Logan is one of the creators of the CHAOSS Social Currency Metric System (SCMS) metric and a regular panelist on CHAOSScast.
Sean Goggins has hosted 6 episodes.
Sean Goggins is an open source software researcher and a founding member of the Linux Foundation’s working group on community health analytics for open source software CHAOSS, co-lead of the CHAOSS metrics software working group and leader of the open source metrics tool AUGUR which can be forked and cloned and experimented wtih on GitHub. After a decade as a software engineer, Sean decided his calling was in research. His open source research is framed around a broader agenda of social computing research, which he pursues as an associate professor of computer science at the University of Missouri.
Sean is also the founder of the Data Science and Analytics Masters program at Missouri, which he’s now passed on to people who want administrative empire. Sean’s publications focus on understanding how social technologies influence organizational, small group and community dynamics, typically including analysis of electronic trace data from systems combined with the perspectives of people whose behavior is traced. He lives in Columbia, MO with his wife Kate, two daughters and a dog named Huckleberry.
Sean Goggins is co-founder of CHAOSS, member of the CHAOSS Governing Board, lead-maintainer of the CHAOSS Augur project, and regular panelist on the CHAOSScast.
Don Marti has hosted 4 episodes.
Don Marti cofounded the CHAOSS project and serves on the Governing Board. Don is currently working with Consumer Reports on a project related to the new California Consumer Privacy Act, and was previously a strategist at Mozilla and editor of Linux Journal.
Brian Proffitt has hosted 2 episodes.
Brian is a Manager within the Red Hat Open Source Program Office, active in community content, onboarding, and open source consulting. Brian also serves on the governing board for Project CHAOSS, a metrics-oriented approach to ascertaining community health. Follow him on Twitter @TheTechScribe.
Nicole Huesman has hosted 5 episodes.
For over 20 years, Nicole has applied her aptitude in storytelling to the technology industry, communicating the broader impact of the work of her engineering colleagues. She dove into the world of open source at Intel over eight years ago, quickly becoming a strong advocate across Linux, virtualization, cloud, containers, orchestration, mobile and web technologies, and more. She currently hosts a podcast series titled Code Together, which explores cross-architecture development with those at the forefront. She is passionate about cultivating inclusive communities that welcome diverse perspectives and invite intelligent, thoughtful debate to benefit us all. As an active contributor to the CHAOSS Project’s Diversity & Inclusion Workgroup, she is helping establish a consistent, cross-community definition and metrics for diversity. She is a frequent moderator, speaker, and writer in the areas of diversity and mentorship, and holds an MBA degree from Marylhurst University, with an emphasis in Marketing, and a BA from the University of Oregon’s School of Journalism. You can reach her at @uoduckswtd.
Foundjem Armstrong has hosted 4 episodes.
Armstrong is currently affiliated to MCIS Lab @queensu working on software engineering topics such as software ecosystem releases, DevMLOps, Data science models, and swarms intelligence. In particular, Armstrong's research uses mixed research methodology, including grounded theory, to investigate release mechanisms for large scale software ecosystems. Moreover, his skills in Edge computing is an asset to distribute models and swarms massively.
Daniel Izquierdo has hosted 3 episodes.
Daniel Izquierdo Cortazar is a researcher and one of the founders of Bitergia, a company that provides software analytics for open and inner source ecosystems. Currently holding the position of Chief Data Officer, he is focused on the quality of the data, research of new metrics, analysis, and studies of interest for Bitergia customers via data mining and processing.
Kate Stewart has hosted 1 episode.
Kate Stewart is a Senior Director of Strategic Programs at the Linux Foundation, responsible for embedded and compliance programs. With almost 30 years of experience in the software industry, she has held a variety of roles and worked as a developer in Canada, Australia, and the US and for the last 20 years has managed software development teams in the US, Canada, UK, India, and China.
Andrea Gallo has hosted 1 episode.
Andrea Gallo is VP of the Segment Groups at Linaro and is responsible for the activities on ARM servers, networking, mobile, digital home and IoT.
Andrea was former Fellow at ST-Ericsson and representative in the Linaro Technical Steering Committee since its creation in 2010. Previously with STMicroelectronics, he established the Linux software team in Bangalore working on the Nomadik application processor in 2004. Back in 1999 he was the technical leader for the ADSL and PSTN softmodem designs.
As a summer job trainee, Andrea worked at ARM in Cambridge in July 1987 and 1988 and for several years as a freelance teenager he wrote public domain software and articles for English and Italian magazines in ARM and Z80 Assembly, C/C++ and BASIC.