Defining the Open Source Community
Karolina Szczur takes a step back and looks at the roots, fundamentals, and where the notion of sharing software comes from. In her “State of the Community,” Szczur approaches open source from the perspective of community.
The smaller tribes, made up of different communities, whether it be front-end, backend, or Internet of Things, all intersect with one another, all the time.
Open source was built on the premise of collaboration, and was spurred by the willingness of sharing and contributing to the whole. In the talk below, Szczur defines the developer community, and the importance of collaboration to continue to push the web foward.
About Karolina Szczur
Karolina Szczur is a designer, developer, and photographer. A strong believer in open source, she contributes to various Open Source projects, writes and runs CSS Conf Oakland. She also owns a cat and an excessive amount of books on typography.