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Ask	Not	What	Your	
Community	Can	Do	For	You
Stephen	R.	Walli
@stephenrwalli
The	Definitive	Act
Stallman’s	Brilliant	Legal	Hack
Choosing	a	License	as	Social	Contract
License	reciprocity	is	not	about	software	freedom;	it’s	a	community	decision.
In	the	World	of	Atoms:	Choosing	Your Community
Three	Sorts	of	Neighbours in	Your	Community
The	people	that	simply	want	
to	live	there	….
Three		Sorts	of	Neighbours in	Your	Community
The	people	that	simply	want	
to	live	there	….	
The	people	that	report	
pothol...
Three	Sorts	of	Neighbours in	Your	Community
The	people	that	simply	want	
to	live	there	….	
The	people	that	report	
pothole...
Three	Sorts	of	People	in	Your	Project	Community
The	people	that	simply	want	
to	use	the	software
The	people	that	report	bu...
Rules	of	Thumb	and	Orders	of	Magnitude
For	every	1000	users,	…
… a	100	will	file	a	bug,	…
… out	of	which	10	give	you	
a	pa...
Rules	of	Thumb	and	Orders	of	Magnitude
For	every	1000	users,	…
… a	100	will	file	a	bug,	…
… out	of	which	10	give	you	
a	pa...
Costs	of	Entering	and	Leaving	Communities
High	costs	&	commitments	of	a	bricks	and	mortar	world	vs	digital	world
(It	is	re...
How	do	you	encourage	people	to	use	your	project?
(Because	that’s	where	you’ll	find	your	developers)
How	do	you	encourage	d...
What	Does	Your	10-Minute	Rule	Look	Like?
How	do	you	encourage	people	to	use	your	project?
(How	do	you	make	it	easy	to	install/configure/use	the	software?)
How	do	y...
Q	&	A
Stephen	R.	Walli
@stephenrwalli
Photo	Credits
• JFK	Inauguration	(Associated	Press,	used	without	permission)
• Paris	Neighbourhood (Flickr,	by	Stephen	R.	...
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Publishing software with an open source license is the definitive step, but it doesn’t create a community. Growing and scaling a successful open source software project requires building three on ramps for users, developers, and ultimately contributors. This short talk outlines the practices and patterns for these on ramps, demonstrating how they relate to one another. More importantly the talk sets the mind set to bring to the discussion. Delivered at the Community Leadership Summit 2017 http://bit.ly/2qiP3z0

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  1. 1. Ask Not What Your Community Can Do For You Stephen R. Walli @stephenrwalli
  2. 2. The Definitive Act
  3. 3. Stallman’s Brilliant Legal Hack
  4. 4. Choosing a License as Social Contract License reciprocity is not about software freedom; it’s a community decision.
  5. 5. In the World of Atoms: Choosing Your Community
  6. 6. Three Sorts of Neighbours in Your Community The people that simply want to live there ….
  7. 7. Three Sorts of Neighbours in Your Community The people that simply want to live there …. The people that report potholes and trash, etc. ….
  8. 8. Three Sorts of Neighbours in Your Community The people that simply want to live there …. The people that report potholes and trash, etc. …. The people that organize the block party, pick up trash, etc. ….
  9. 9. Three Sorts of People in Your Project Community The people that simply want to use the software The people that report bugs, offer ideas for features, etc. The people that contribute code, documentation, use cases, etc.
  10. 10. Rules of Thumb and Orders of Magnitude For every 1000 users, … … a 100 will file a bug, … … out of which 10 give you a patch, …
  11. 11. Rules of Thumb and Orders of Magnitude For every 1000 users, … … a 100 will file a bug, … … out of which 10 give you a patch, … … out of which 1 actually read your contribution guidelines.
  12. 12. Costs of Entering and Leaving Communities High costs & commitments of a bricks and mortar world vs digital world (It is relatively easy to move in the digital world if you’re not happy) A lot of people are just there to live in the community as is (“Freeloaders means you’re doing it right”) People choose their communities to meet their needs (”If you build it, they will come.” But only to solve for their own needs) Forking is easy (Living on a fork is expensive)
  13. 13. How do you encourage people to use your project? (Because that’s where you’ll find your developers) How do you encourage developers to experiment? (Because these are your future contributors) How do you encourage developers to share their work? (Because this is the growth and success of your software)
  14. 14. What Does Your 10-Minute Rule Look Like?
  15. 15. How do you encourage people to use your project? (How do you make it easy to install/configure/use the software?) How do you encourage developers to experiment? (How do you make it easy to build/test/experiment?) How do you encourage developers to share their work? (How do you make it easy to contribute?)
  16. 16. Q & A Stephen R. Walli @stephenrwalli
  17. 17. Photo Credits • JFK Inauguration (Associated Press, used without permission) • Paris Neighbourhood (Flickr, by Stephen R. Walli) • Stop Watch (Flickr, by Chris Budd)
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    May. 10, 2017

Publishing software with an open source license is the definitive step, but it doesn’t create a community. Growing and scaling a successful open source software project requires building three on ramps for users, developers, and ultimately contributors. This short talk outlines the practices and patterns for these on ramps, demonstrating how they relate to one another. More importantly the talk sets the mind set to bring to the discussion. Delivered at the Community Leadership Summit 2017 http://bit.ly/2qiP3z0

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