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Monday, November 5 • 10:10am - 10:55am
Project Leaders Unite for the Linux Community Breakdown - Peter Vescuso, Black Duck Software

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Ever wonder where your project stacks up compared to the hundreds of other projects in the Linux community? Or how your contributions compare with others in the community? Want to find new ways to keep up with the contributors on your project? In this data-driven talk, we will take a deep dive into the Linux community, exploring the most active projects and the top contributors across all Linux projects.  Using Ohloh data, we will look at overall Linux project trends over time, key inflection points, and dig into specific projects to get a better understanding of the dynamics of the Linux community. Through the analysis of comparing projects based on activity, contributors and contributions, project leaders will gain valuable insights into how to identify actionable events within their own projects that can help keep project teams healthy and active.

Speakers

Peter Vescuso

Executive Vice President, Marketing and Business Development, Black Duck Software
Peter brings over 20 years experience in marketing and executive management developing new markets and building brands. Prior to joining Black Duck Software, Peter was VP/GM of the Enterprise Business and VP of Marketing at Cantata Technology. Cantata was a leading provider of enabling communications technology formed in the acquisition of Brooktrout Technology by Excel Switching and was itself acquired by Dialogic in 2007. Before Cantata Technology, Peter was Director of Marketing at Compaq...
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Monday November 5, 2012 10:10am - 10:55am
Vivaldi I

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