LinuxFr.org : cooperative and collaborative

Intervenant(s) : Bruno Michel, Benoît Sibaud

  • Langue : Anglais
  • Type d'événement : Conférence
  • Date : Jeudi 11 juillet 2013
  • Horaire : 14h00
  • Durée : 40 minutes
  • Lieu : H 2213
Thème : Communautés
Fils rouges : Au quotidien
Public cible : Grand public

Résumé

LinuxFr.org is the major French-speaking website about Free/Libre/Open Source software (FLOSS), culture and FLOSS-related subjects. All news, diaries, comments, forum entries are composed and edited by and for members of a wide range of FLOSS communities. The platform operates entirely thanks to volunteers taking care of specific tasks such as system administration, code development, writing, copy-editing and comment moderation. LinuxFr.org celebrates its 15th birthday in 2013. In 15 years, the volunteer teams have evolved in composition, nature, working methods, used collaborative tools, etc. This talk deals with the ways through which LinuxFr.org sucessfuly published 86,000 news, diaries, etc., and 1.4 million comments, the site’s daily work routine and how we could do any of these better, more or differently in the future.

Biographie

Bruno Michel

- CTO in a digital agency
- Former president of Ruby France association
- LinuxFr.org webmaster See http://www.doyoubuzz.com/bruno-michel

Benoît Sibaud

- Member of a telco operator integration team
- LinuxFr.org webmaster
- Former président of April association
- Past RMLL/LSM organizer (2005-2009)