How developers interpret and understand open source licenses, with a love letter to good research.
The definition of open source isn’t arbitrary; it was designed to preserve the rights of those who create open source and codify the responsibilities of those use it. Its hard-won definition deserves defending, even if it is at times inconvenient.
On doing glue work, a critical role that is too often considered expendable.
What’s in a name? What’s not in a name? And why does this rose not smell so sweet?
Who is present in the data we collect? Who isn’t? And what does it matter?
Today is Global Accessibility Awareness Day. While the day focuses on digital accessibility, I’d like to take the opportunity to talk about an important aspect of prioritizing accessibility in the technology that we build: creating environments that include disabled employees.
This month’s influential articles dive into discriminatory behavior along two different axes.
Turning my Obsidian Rolodex into a queryable database!
This month’s influential articles take a close look at expression.