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Open Source Communities: Canonical, Ubuntu and Jono Bacon

Recently MuleSource partnered with Canonical to improve Tomcat packaging for Ubuntu and Debian. The Tomcat’s expert Jason Britain, newly hired at MuleSource,  made clear what are MuleSource’s contributions to Tomcat and I asked to Matt Asay more about what Canonical brings to this partnership, and to Jono Bacon more about Ubuntu’s community.

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Open Source Communities: “The Art of Community”

The Art of Community” is a book written by Jono Bacon , founder of the Community Leadership summit and brave Ubuntu community manager, to let people know the difference between creating a technological platform and managing a living community-driven ethos.

The book, a must read for everyone interested in understanding communities, has been released also under a Creative Commons license, and is backed also by an online community.  The list of praises for the book is impressive, and includes (among others): Matt Asay, Ian Murdock, Mark Hinkle and Danese Cooper.

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