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Plone: The DNA of a Successful Open Source Community
Plone: The DNA of a Successful Open Source Community
Plone: The DNA of a Successful Open Source Community
Plone: The DNA of a Successful Open Source Community
Plone: The DNA of a Successful Open Source Community
Plone: The DNA of a Successful Open Source Community
Plone: The DNA of a Successful Open Source Community
Plone: The DNA of a Successful Open Source Community
Plone: The DNA of a Successful Open Source Community
Plone: The DNA of a Successful Open Source Community
Plone: The DNA of a Successful Open Source Community
Plone: The DNA of a Successful Open Source Community
Plone: The DNA of a Successful Open Source Community
Plone: The DNA of a Successful Open Source Community
Plone: The DNA of a Successful Open Source Community
Plone: The DNA of a Successful Open Source Community
Plone: The DNA of a Successful Open Source Community
Plone: The DNA of a Successful Open Source Community
Plone: The DNA of a Successful Open Source Community
Plone: The DNA of a Successful Open Source Community
Plone: The DNA of a Successful Open Source Community
Plone: The DNA of a Successful Open Source Community
Plone: The DNA of a Successful Open Source Community
Plone: The DNA of a Successful Open Source Community
Plone: The DNA of a Successful Open Source Community
Plone: The DNA of a Successful Open Source Community
Plone: The DNA of a Successful Open Source Community
Plone: The DNA of a Successful Open Source Community
Plone: The DNA of a Successful Open Source Community
Plone: The DNA of a Successful Open Source Community
Plone: The DNA of a Successful Open Source Community
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Plone: The DNA of a Successful Open Source Community

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This is the slides and audio of a talk I gave at the University of Bristol to a class of 2nd year Computer Science students as part of an Advanced Software Engineering module. …

This is the slides and audio of a talk I gave at the University of Bristol to a class of 2nd year Computer Science students as part of an Advanced Software Engineering module.

The talk was on the symbiotic relationship between an SME software company (Netsight) and an Open Source Community (Plone).

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  • 1. The DNA of a Successful Open Source Community Matt HamiltonWednesday, 16 November 11
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  • 6. Plone is among the top 2% of all open source projects worldwide, with 340 core developers and more than 300 solution providers in 57 countries. The project has been actively developed since 2001, is available in more than 40 languages, and has the best security track record of any major CMS. It is owned by the Plone Foundation, a 501(c)(3) not-for- profit organization, and is available for all major operating systems.Wednesday, 16 November 11
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  • 9. Structure of the CommunityWednesday, 16 November 11
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  • 11. • Distributed Team Communication • Source Control • Test Driven DevelopmentWednesday, 16 November 11
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  • 16. • Dealing with non-developers • Software and the corporate culture • Software is read more than its written • Understanding technical debt.Wednesday, 16 November 11
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  • 31. Questions? matth@netsight.co.ukWednesday, 16 November 11
  • 32. Image Credits • http://www.flickr.com/photos/ • http://www.flickr.com/photos/ zarprey/1327377346/ miziodel/5123904718 • http://www.flickr.com/photos/ • http://www.flickr.com/photos/ mindmob/46987835 tbrandles/6326572562 • http://www.flickr.com/photos/ • https://picasaweb.google.com/ kteague/278135607/ 115189453091926671125/ PloneConference2011PyramidSp • http://www.flickr.com/photos/ rint natea/364723315 • http://www.flickr.com/photos/ • http://www.flickr.com/photos/ rockyburt/143382113 davisagli/5133193074/ • http://www.flickr.com/photos/ reebalazs/97112969Wednesday, 16 November 11

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