How open source development provides a roadmap for digital trust, security, safety, and virtual work

During COVID-19 weve all seen our daily lives and those of many of our colleagues friends and family around the world completely changed. Many are adjusting to working from home and homeschooling their children or caring for family and those with the virus. At the same time billions worldwide are connected sharing and working together virtually despite their daily routines and working arrangements changing drastically. .

While theres no disputing that the pandemic will dominate our collective attention for months to come its a natural time to reflect on what is essential. Its also a natural time as open source developers to consider how we should prioritize the most impactful work and collaborate on technology development that can influence our world for the better after COVID-19. .

Weve seen an uptick in interest around open source in particular as a means of helping humanity through these challenging times. What better way to solve a problem that affects all of us collectively than to share and build solutions to our problems together .

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