Meet us at FOSSY!

The Free and Open Source Software Yearly conference (FOSSY) is less than a month away and we will be there!

We will be running the Science of Community track on Friday August 2nd and Saturday August 3rd. Check out the full schedule here.

We’re excited to have a number of really amazing speakers presenting their work. Check out the list below:

FOSSY 2024: The Science of Community
What can research tell us about building FOSS communities?
Join leading academic and industry researchers, community leaders, contributors, and advocates working on and with FOSS. 

Researchers, come talk with practitioners (about their needs and your work)! 
Practitioners, come talk with researchers (about your questions and needs)!
Collaborations between practitioners and researchers can be transformative! Let’s get to know each other.

List of presenters, they're affiliations and titles of the talk

Fossy logo, August 1-4, 2024 in Portland, Oregon, US. 2024.fossy.us

More information visit communitydata.science/FOSSY

to buy tickets visit https://2024.fossy.us/attend/tickets/
Kaylea and Matt will be presenting again!

The Science of Community track is inspired by the CDSC Science of Community Dialogues, which aim to bring together practitioners and researchers to discuss scholarly work that is relevant to the efforts of practitioners. As researchers, we get so much from the communities we work with and study and we want them to also learn from the research they so generously take part in. While the Dialogues cover a broad range of topics and communities, FOSSY presentations focus on how that work related to free and open source software communities, projects, and practitioners.

We hope to see you at FOSSY. Even if you can’t make it to our sessions, we’ll be at the conference so stop by and say hello!

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