KEYNOTE: JS Foundation Panel: The Many Facets of Sustaining an Open Source Ecosystem





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Published on Oct 15, 2017

KEYNOTE: JS Foundation Panel: The Many Facets of Sustaining an Open Source Ecosystem- Jory Burson, Bocoup (Moderator); Maggie Pint, Microsoft; Tracy Hinds, Node.js; Erin McKean, IBM

This panel of open source community members discusses the many aspects of creating, supporting and sustaining open source projects. The panel will discuss everything from the corporate-open source relationship to diversity's role in truly sustainable ecosystems.


Jory Burson
COO at Bocoup and Silver member representative to the JS Foundation board of directors

Tracy Hinds
Education + Community, Node.js Foundation and architect, Node.js Community Committee

Tracy is an open source technology education and community advocate by day at the Node.js Foundation, and a diplomatic non-profit director by most other hours–she loves people as much as helping the world through teaching code. When not baking, rock climbing, or wandering New York City, her family plays the game of ‘Where in the World is Tracy?’. If you’re building tech communities that are supportive to all walks of life, she’d love to speak with you!

Erin McKean
IBM, Developer Evangelist

Erin McKean is a Developer Advocate for IBM and loves talking about APIs to anyone who will stand still long enough. Before Node.js, she dabbled in Ruby, HyperCard, Perl, and Omnimark, and still finds herself writing bash scripts on a regular basis. Erin is also the founder of Wordnik.com, which has a lot of fun APIs! In her spare time she sews clothes and makes Twitterbots.

Maggie Pint
Software Engineering Lead, Microsoft working on Open Source SRE and JS Foundation representative to ECMA TC39

Maggie Pint loves open source. She is a maintainer of the popular DateTime library Moment.js. In addition, she is a delegate of the JS Foundation to TC39 (the committee that designs the JavaScript programming language) where she advocates for the interests of the open source community. In her day job, Maggie is an engineering manager in Microsoft Azure Site Reliability Engineering, where she creates Node.js tooling that helps to more quickly mitigate incidents in the cloud. When not making software, Maggie enjoys showing Australian Shepherds in obedience competition, drinking a lot of coffee, and hanging out with her five year old son.


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