Linux Foundation Collaborative Projects
Linux Foundation Collaborative Projects are independently funded software projects that harness the power of collaborative development to fuel innovation across industries and ecosystems. By spreading the collaborative DNA of the largest collaborative software development project in history, The Linux Foundation provides the essential collaborative and organizational framework so project hosts can focus on innovation and results. Linux Foundation Collaborative Projects span the enterprise, mobile and embedded markets and are backed by many of the largest names in computing.
With ten years of experience managing open source projects and support services, The Linux Foundation can provide the back-office, technical infrastructure and legal framework to get your collaborative project off the ground quickly and efficiently.
There are two main criteria that must be met in order for the Linux Foundation to host a Collaborative Project:
- The use of open source governance best practices including license and contribution agreement choices in keeping with the ideals of Linux
- The project must have the potential to fuel innovation in an industry through collaborative software development
To participate in existing Linux Foundation Collaborative Projects please visit their sites:
If you are interested in hosting a Collaborative Project at The Linux Foundation please contact us.