New Open Source Initiative Sponsors Emphasize Diverse/Broad Industry Adoption
New sponsors, Daily Fantasy Cafe and Lineups.com highlight open source software's appeal, from traditional business infrastructure to driving innovation.
Over 20 years of work, the OSI has constantly found adoption of, and contributions to, open source software growing, year over year, as companies realize the benefits and value of collaborative communities of practice. No longer limited to the data centers and development shops of tech-companies, open source software is now pervasive across diverse industries, all seeking to reduce costs, drive innovation, decrease time to market, increase quality, and avoid vendor lock-in.
"The OSI is actively engaged with organizations across government, education, manufacturing, agriculture, entertainment—
"Open Source is the foundation of our online businesses, and we are proud to contribute our time, energy and funds to support the cause. We made a cognizant decision to utilize open source as we believe it is a more sustainable and stronger solution moving forward. We are doing what we can to continue the movement" added, Lineups.com Founder, Sam Shefrin.
Corporate sponsorship allows organizations with a clear commitment to open source to support the OSI's work in promoting and protecting open source software, development, and communities through charitable donations. Funding from sponsors not only ensures the OSI's continued operations, but also supports vital programs such as the License Review Process, educational initiatives and community driven working groups. Companies interested in giving back in support of the OSI's mission can learn more on the OSI website.
Founded in 2017, Lineups.com utilizes data science to make sports predictions. We help fans, fantasy sports players and sports bettors make smarter decisions. We provide sports lineups, data and articles at no cost to users. Visit https://www.lineups.com to see more about our mission.
About The Open Source Initiative
Founded in 1998, the Open Source Initiative (OSI) protects and promotes open source software, development and communities, championing software freedom in society through education, collaboration, and infrastructure, stewarding the Open Source Definition, and preventing abuse of the ideals and ethos inherent to the open source movement. The OSI is a public charity with global vision based in California. For more information about the OSI, please see https://opensource.org.
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