The definition of open source is being challenged in the age of AI. Three experts join the conversation to discuss what needs to evolve. Erica Brescia, a managing director at Redpoint Ventures, and Steven Vaughan-Nichols, founder of Open Source Watch, joined the discussion with Amanda Brock, CEO of OpenUK. Hosted by The New Stack
Amanda Brock, CEO of OpenUK – the not-for-profit organisation representing the UK’s Open Technology sector – started her career in the legal sector and when she did move across to the IT industry discovered a more enlightened approach to diversity, equality and inclusion, but one that still had a way to go! In this interview,
With 3 million GitHub accounts, the UK is the leader in open source in Europe. A unique organization, OpenUK, is working to create a cohesive business community and advocating for UK leadership and international collaboration in open technology. In this interview recorded at the Open Source Summit in Vancouver, OpenUK CEO Amanda Brock explains what
TechArena host Allyson Klein chats with OpenUK CEO Amanda Brock live from the OCP Regional Summit in Prague on her organization’s mission to drive open software, hardware and data contributions for UK developers. TechArena · An Open Computing Landscape with OpenUK’s Amanda Brock
Highlights “There are lots of open source software out there that might only have one or two maintainers working on them. And maybe one day they decide they don’t want to do it anymore, and they start a new project. But by this point, thousands of companies might be using it. So you get into
Amanda Brock, CEO of Open UK, joins me to chat about the State of Open Con and bringing varying roles and viewpoints into the conversation around the future of open source. In this episode, Amanda and I discuss OpenUK’s new conference, the State of Open Con, how they hope to bridge the gap between the
In the first mini-episode of 2023, CEO of OpenUK Amanda Brock tells Brian Runciman MBCS about open source software, hardware and data – and how February 2023’s conference will help the open source cause. Its associated ‘unconference’ will also provide much needed face to face opportunities.
Amanda Brock joins Avi and Matt for episode of 10 of the Hacking Open Source Business Podcast. Amanda talks to us about the important of open source in government circles, the growing need for software curation, how security of open source is required for critical public infrastructure and more. Amanda also fills us in on
Book editor Amanda Brock and co-host Matt Yonkovit are joined by Jilayne Lovejoy, Commercial Counsel at Red Hat, to discuss the book launch panel at the All Things Open Conference in Raleigh, NC. Pamela also speaks on her book chapter topic ‘Contributor Agreements’.