Open Source

Published Jul 21

This issue is about open source. We critique open companies, discuss leaving toxic open source communities, and explore how the technical “talent shortage” is manufactured and maintained. We look at how hero worship operates, the Eich crisis at Mozilla and the politics of open source meetups. We talk with an exciting new open source project by and for marginalized people, and look at the mythologies around the open source hacker. Plus, an interview with an OSS leader, and an article on tech feminism and digital game makers and critics.

This issue is made possible in part by some of our generous readers: Julie Fredrickson, Decklin Foster, Joshua Blount, Daniel Melnick, Ivan Boothe, Cory K, Jessica Suttles and Maggie Nelson.