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S.O.S. Design is a podcast dedicated to exploring the intersection of open source and design: how design is crucial in the open source ecosystem, how designers work with coders to make open source software better, and what sustainability means for the field of open source designers. This podcast grew out of the Sustain community (https://sustainoss.org) and Open Source Design (https://opensourcedesign.net/), and seeks to share great conversations with members from both communities and the open source and design space at large.

Sustain Open Source Design Richard Littauer

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S.O.S. Design is a podcast dedicated to exploring the intersection of open source and design: how design is crucial in the open source ecosystem, how designers work with coders to make open source software better, and what sustainability means for the field of open source designers. This podcast grew out of the Sustain community (https://sustainoss.org) and Open Source Design (https://opensourcedesign.net/), and seeks to share great conversations with members from both communities and the open source and design space at large.

    Episode 1: What is Sustain Open Source Design? An Introduction

    Episode 1: What is Sustain Open Source Design? An Introduction

    Panelists

    Richard Littauer
    Eriol Fox
    Perrie Ojemeh
    Georgia Bullen
    Memo Esparza
    Justin W. Flory


    Show Notes

    Hello world and welcome to the debut episode of Sustain Open Source Design! On this podcast, we will talk about sustaining open source design. But what does design mean? Well, listen to this podcast and you will find out. Instead of having a guest we have six panelists, most won’t be on every episode, but some will be on at least every episode. Today, our goal is to talk about who we are, why we think design is important, why we think open source is important, and what we think sustainability means for us. Go ahead and download this episode now to find out more and if you’re interested, please subscribe!


    [00:01:20] Our first panelist is Eriol Fox, and they tell us all about themself and what designing means to them.


    [00:05:28] Our next panelist is Perrie Ojemeh, and she tells us all about herself, OSCA, and how she got into design.


    [00:08:31] Our next panelist is Justin Flory, and he tells us all about himself and what designing means to him.


    [00:12:40] Our next panelist is Memo Esparza, and he tells us all about himself and what designing means to him.


    [00:16:22] Our next panelist is Georgia Bullen, and she tells us all about herself, what she does at Simply Secure, and what designing means to her.


    [00:20:12] Our last panelist is Richard Littauer, and he tells us about himself and what designing means to him.


    [00:21:45] Georgia tells us the assumption of what design is and what it really is because it’s actually really broad, and Eriol shares thoughts about design as well and having more conversations with developers and open source contributors of all different types.


    [00:24:39] We end with Richard saying if you have any guests, please send them our way, and where you can contact them via the Sustain Discourse or Twitter handles.


    Links


    Richard Littauer Twitter
    Eriol Fox Twitter
    Perrie Ojemeh Twitter
    Georgia Bullen Twitter
    Memo Esparza Twitter
    Justin W. Flory Twitter
    Open Source Design Twitter
    Open Source Design
    Sustain Open Source Twitter
    Open Source Community Africa Twitter
    Sustain Discourse
    Ford Foundation
    Alfred P. Sloan Foundation


    Credits


    Produced by Richard Littauer
    Edited by Paul M. Bahr at Peachtree Sound
    Show notes by DeAnn Bahr at Peachtree Sound

    • 25 min

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