In today’s digital era probably everybody of us knows that source code of the Open Source Software (OSS) is publicly available. A good example is GitHub platform. And most of us know where to find such code’s conditions of use. However, what will happen if we need development of new features or qualified and effective Read more about Open Source and Contracts: MSA and SOW, Part I[…]
Working from home became part of our life. Even if the measurements taken with current worldwide situation are less strict than before, some things are staying unreachable for now. One of them are conferences, even though some of them are adapting and transforming to online environment. The last one I managed to attend with Radovan Read more about A Throwback to TIIME 2019[…]
midPrivacy project is moving forward at a steady pace. Even though the main effort is still aimed towards the project’s fundamental foundation like Axiom, we are getting to the phase of first experiments on simple use cases. That will eventually lead to tests on more realistic use cases which will consequently lead to new features Read more about MidPrivacy Features Survey[…]
Customer orientation always was a fundamental principle of Evolveum team. As our identity management system appears to be considerably popular in academic community, we have realized that there is plethora of improvements that we can make to increase the probability of our success in the academic sphere. We have concluded that the first and foremost Read more about MidPoint Becomes EquiDistance[…]
Few weeks ago we attended RSA Conference, the biggest cyber security conference in the world. The conference took the whole week starting on Monday February 24th and ending up in the afternoon of February 28th with the great Penn & Teller show. It was exhausting but rich week during which we got a lot of Read more about RSA Conference 2020 and the Human Element[…]
Open source is not a business model. This may sound like a strange statement from a founder of a successful company which is firmly based on open source. But it is true. Open source is not a business model. However, there are many ways how to build a business around open source software. […]
Open source funding is a huge and complicated problem. That problem does not have any clear solution yet. However, there is simple advice that can help: do not work for free.
MidPoint was a part of EU-Free and Open Source Software Auditing (EU-FOSSA2) bug bounty program. This was an unique experience in many ways. There were many surprises along the way and it was far from being easy. But we have gone through that and in the end it was extremely useful. It has made midPoint stronger and more secure.