Linux.com Posted May 20, 2022 Share Posted May 20, 2022 The power of a story. I first wrote about this 7 years ago in a series I titled Lessons from a Two Year Old. But it is a reality as old as time itself – humans are wired for stories. We enjoy listening to them, telling them, and they help us to relate to others and to remember things. And everyone has a story to tell – many of which haven’t been told yet. Our own Mark Miller is working on sharing the previously untold stories of the people in open source. He has a unique gift for pulling stories out of people and showcasing what made each person who they are today and how their journey resulted in some of the top open source projects of all time. Each person is making a positive difference in our world, and each one has their own unique journey. Mark will be sharing these stories in our upcoming, aptly named podcast, The Untold Stories of Open Source. It will be formally launched at the Open Source Summit North America and OpenSSF Day in June, but you are in luck and he has soft-launched with his first episode, telling the story of Brian Behlendorf, General Manager of the OpenSSF. But, Brian had quite the journey before his role at OpenSSF and that story is now being told… The post Linux Foundation Podcast Series: “The Untold Stories of Open Source” appeared first on Linux.com. View the full article Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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