Sustain Africa 2020 Registration
At the Sustain Africa summit, there would be no keynotes, talks, or sponsor demos. Your undivided attention will be required. Phones and laptops will not be used throughout, and you will be asked to put devices away if they are a distraction to you or anyone else, as facilitators take you through the journey of Open Source Sustainability.
The program is envisioned to enable deeper collaborations and learnings across the network of participants in order to collectively improve our skills, strategies, and impact in our respective OSS efforts.
Our overall goals at SustainAfrica are to:
1) Map and compare visions for the long term health of free and open
software communities around the globe. connecting those who are
passionate about these topics and support deeper ongoing collaboration
and shared practice;
2) Frame and workshop concrete sustainability needs and challenges,
applying and prototyping strategies and practices that provide ongoing
support and leadership in sustainability practices;
3) Document models, strategies and approaches to sustainability of OSS
projects, and work toward a more sustainable future for OSS;
4) Address the “hard conversations” tied to sustainability, including
appropriate practices for companies participating in free and open
communities, and new developments in licensing and reuse.
What best describes you?
Which open source project do you maintain or actively contribute to?
Kindly add link(s) to the project on GitHub
Which session will you be most interested in?
Approaches to raising funds for your open source project
The role of documentation in sustainable FOSS projects (How to create and scale timely documentation)
Design and Sustainability (Open Source Design)
OSS Programs (GSOC and GCI as a means of gaining new contributors)
Marketing (Practices for reaching people as a means of achieving sustainability)
From your perspective, do the above goals sound like the right ones to focus on? If not, what's missing or needs addressing?
Do you have any other questions or concerns about the event?
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