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The whole world uses open source, but as we’ve learned from https://thenewstack.io/log4shell-we-are-in-so-much-trouble/ “free” software isn’t really free. Organizations and their customers pay for it when projects aren’t frequently updated and maintained. https://thenewstack.simplecast.com/episodes/how-can-open-source-sustain-itselfwithout-creating-burnout How can we support open source project maintainers — and how can we decide which projects are worth the time and effort to maintain?

In this conversation recorded at Open Source Summit Europe in Dublin, Ireland, Foster elaborated on the human cost of keeping open source software maintained, improved and secure — and how such projects can be sustained over the long term.

“The people that are being paid to do it are going to have a lot more time to devote to these open source projects.

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