The Linux Foundation has set up and launched more open collaboration projects than any other entity. We leverage a collaborative process that helps founding participants reach consensus on common goals, invest the resources required to get a project going, and launch the project to make a strong first impression in the industry and target markets for the project.
We also assist existing communities that need the help of a neutral entity to improve elements of their project (e.g., governance or neutral asset ownership) and relaunch as a broad community and industry-supported collaborative effort under The Linux Foundation.
We partner with founding companies or communities to set goals for a launch, and then build ecosystem and industry support so that on launch day, the project has a mass of support and investment to succeed.
Whether you’re launching your project or looking for expert guidance to take it to the next level, we’re here to help. Contact us to learn about hosting your project at The Linux Foundation, a neutral home for collaborative development.