[@OKau] How can we fund important Open Source projects?

Paul Walsh paulywalsh at gmail.com
Tue Nov 10 07:56:34 UTC 2015

Open source projects maintained by OKI do not rely on volunteer coders to continue, they rely on public use and interest.

CKAN started at OKI, but CKAN now operates under the CKAN Association (http://ckan.org/about/association/ <http://ckan.org/about/association/>). There are many stakeholders in CKAN beyond OKI.

The context for Steven's initiative (if I can be so bold as to speak on it) is not about project *continuation* at all, but is about faster implementation of new features and enhancements to the platform.



> On 10 Nov 2015, at 9:48 AM, Rosie Williams <BudgetAus at hotmail.com> wrote:
> coders

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