Xen Project: Lessons Learned! - Lars Kurth, Citrix
In April this year, Xen became a Linux Foundation Collaborative Project. 6 months later it is time to take stock. I will start with a brief introduction of the Xen Project, explain why Xen moved to the Linux Foundation, explore the impact on the community and provide an outlook for the future. I will use examples from the Xen Project community to explore the challenges and benefits of becoming a collaborative project, draw lessons and explore tools to help make your project more successful. I will cover a wide range of topics ranging from community management, collaboration infrastructure, marketing, and good governance to align the interests of a project’s stake-holders. By employing each of these techniques in a complementary fashion, we can ensure the long-term success of a project.
Community Manager, Citrix
Lars Kurth joined Citrix in 2011 where he works as community manager for the Xen Project. Lars is also the chairman of the Xen Project Advisory Board, which is comprised of 14 companies that fund the Xen Project. He is a passionate open source enthusiast who worked with and for many open source communities over the years and contributed to GCC, Eclipse, Symbian and the Xen Project.
Wednesday October 23, 2013 2:30pm - 3:20pm
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