[TOS] What are folks teaching related to open source in the fall?

Bryan G. Behrenshausen bbehrens at redhat.com
Thu Sep 2 12:54:55 UTC 2021

So great to read what everyone is doing in the fall!

At Brandeis University, I'll be teaching graduate/professional courses in open
source strategy—in particular, Open Source Business Practices and Establish an
Open Source Program Office—as part of the Open Source Technology Management
program. Registration is actually open and ongoing right now! Please feel free
to pass along the course descriptions [1] and registration form [2] to anyone
who may be interested.

With best wishes for a great fall term,



[2] https://rabb-school.brandeis.edu/register/OSTMregformSept21

On Sun, 2021-08-29 at 22:00 +0000, Heidi Ellis wrote:
> Hi Folks,
> As many academic institutions have or soon will start their fall terms, 
> I thought it would be fun to share any classes in which students are 
> participating in open source. In the interest of sharing materials and 
> seeing what people are doing, I'll begin.
> I'm teaching a senior-level Software Engineering course. We're working 
> on software for the Western New England University food pantry (Bear 
> Necessities Market) which is part of the LibreFoodPantry community [0].  
> I'm hosting the class on GitLab [1]. I will be teaching a follow-on  
> capstone course which will contribute to Bear Necessities Market as well 
> [2].
> Who else is teaching using open source?
> Heidi
> [0] https://librefoodpantry.org/
> [1] https://gitlab.com/heidijcellis/cs-490-fall-2021
> [2] https://gitlab.com/heidijcellis/cs-492
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