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18 Apr 2024 . tech . A Practical Approach to Open-Source Funding Comments

Relying on any piece of software creates a dependency and that’s fine as long as the risk is an educated choice and can be afforded. This risk goes beyond open-source, which might be the first that comes to mind. Organizations for their reasons can, and will, stop supporting software you or your organization rely on and in this case, there is nothing you can do about it. On the other hand, there is something you can do about derisking your dependency on open-source software and that is to support it financially. The latest supply chain attack on xz hopefully made everyone realize how deeply everyone relies on open-source software, while not fully grasping the implications. After digesting what happened with xz, I thought that if I were running…




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