Elizabeth has 20+ years of experience in the open source software industry, and has positively impacted thousands of people through her work in community management, event management, public speaking, project management, and technical and non-technical writing. She cares about creating a culture of diversity, inclusion and empathy, improving the experience of newcomers to tech (especially those from underrepresented backgrounds), leveraging open source for social good, and helping others foster healthy open source communities. She is currently the Community Manager for CHAOSS.
Additionally, she is a nature lover and award-winning photographer specializing in botanical and nature photography. Her work is available online and at selected art shows and festivals. Elizabeth lives in Cincinnati, Ohio.
14 October 2022 | 35 mins 29 secs
Today, we are excited to be joined by two guests, Iyimide Adegunloye (Mide) and Precious Abubakar, who participated in the She Code Africa Program. We invited them to talk about the program and share what they’ve done, as well as discussing bots and the welcoming of newcomers.
11 March 2022 | 30 mins 57 secs
Today, we are talking about Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Reflection, which is a project that was internal to the CHAOSS project. Our DEI team that has been working on this is joining us to discuss the motivation for this journey, what they’ve learned, implemented, the metrics strategy, and the future of where they can take this work.
3 December 2021 | 51 mins 34 secs
We are super excited for today’s episode because we are doing a “Year 2021 in Review” with our panel of representatives from the CHAOSS community from all around the world. Joining us today are Georg, Sean, Matt, Willem, Dawn, Nicole, Elizabeth, and Xiaoya. Our panelists tell us their favorite episodes from this year, we hear about new advances in software for CHAOSS Project, things that happened around metrics in CHAOSS, and DEI Badging for Events that was built out this year. Also, we learn more about conversations that happened from this year with metrics models, dependencies, and ethics guidelines. And finally, the panelists share with us where they want to see the CHAOSS Project going in 2022.
2 July 2021 | 39 mins 11 secs
Hello and welcome to CHAOSScast Community podcast, where we share use cases and experiences with measuring and improving open source community health. Elevating conversations about metrics, analytics, and software from the Community Health Analytics Open Source Software, or short CHAOSS project to wherever you like to listen.
Today, our special guest is Ruth Suehle, Director of Community Outreach in Red Hat’s Open Source Program Office. Ruth is here to tell us all about Co.Lab, which is Red Hat and open source in action, started in 2017 as an outreach effort to middle school girls to increase their interest in STEM and to teach them the fundamental concepts of open source. She talks about some really cool projects they did, how it’s grown over the past four years, and the gaming and tech space gaming curriculum. Also, find out how you can get involved with Co.Lab as a volunteer. Download this episode now to find out much more! Don’t forget to subscribe for free to this podcast and share this podcast with your friends and colleagues.
7 May 2021 | 35 mins 47 secs
Hello and welcome to this episode of CHAOSScast. Today’s episode is our Anniversary Episode because the podcast launched one year ago! We will discuss how the podcast and the CHAOSS project has evolved. We learn why Georg wanted to start this podcast and the project, and the goals he had along with the success of the podcast in the last year. We find out from the panelists the episode that was most interesting to them, the impact the podcast has had on the community as a whole, where they see the CHAOSS Project evolving and heading from where they’ve come in the last four years. Also, Dawn and Matt talk about how CHAOSS is working on doing translations for Chinese and Spanish. Download this episode to find out much more! Don’t forget to subscribe for free to this podcast or on your favorite podcast App and share this podcast with your friends and colleagues.