ALL: Speak openly Develop openly

ALL: Speak openly Develop openly

ALL: Speak openly Develop openly

"ALL" is a word whose origin comes from the phrase in English: "Talk openly Develop openly" which in Spanish is "Speak openly Develop openly". And that basically refers to a movement that brings together companies committed to the «Código Abierto».

Hence, it can be described as "ALL" and an open group of companies who want to collaborate on practices, tools and other ways to execute projects and programs of «Código Abierto» successful and effective.

ALL: Talk openly Develop openly

In such a way, to take advantage of the «Software Libre y Código Abierto» developed within their organizations, and their inherent philosophy, principles and freedoms, so that all their members can use each other, use, contribute and maintain the thousands of projects, both large and small.

ALL: Speak openly Develop openly

This group or movement "ALL" favors group resolution of challenges or difficulties, such as ensuring the high quality of the software products developed and the frequency and methodology of the versions to be developed. In addition to ensure the necessary engagement with developer communities and the necessary contributions towards all projects in an effective and balanced way.

Its members are committed to working together to overcome these challenges. And to achieve it share their experiences, develop best work practices, and they work on common tools to avoid unnecessary problems or difficulties.

Therefore, in summary, it can be clearly said that the Main purpose of this group is bring together companies running programs «Código Abierto» to share their own experiences with each other, and to help improve shared knowledge about the implementation of such programs.


Members of TODO

Members generally tend to represent companies that consider the «Código Abierto» as a essential complement to your business model. And due to the nature of this group, that is, to the sensitive information that is usually exchanged about their development of «Código Abierto», its members use a private mailing list for that kind of exchange. And also, they usually meet quarterly in person at the physical headquarters of one of their member companies.

Some of its most famous or recognized members globally are:

  • Adobe
  • AWS
  • Ebay
  • Facebook
  • GitHub
  • Google
  • Hewlett Packard
  • Huawei
  • IBM
  • Microsoft
  • Paypal
  • RedHat
  • Samsung
  • Twitter

Note: To be an official member of the Group "ALL", it must be a member of the Linux Foundation.

Operation of EVERYTHING

"ALL" is specifically intended as a forum so that program directors «Código Abierto» of member companies meet. And they are currently studying the establishment of a common membership and activity roadmap for all their members.

Their plans include tasks such as:

  • Share best practices for running great open source programs well
  • Codify the criteria or qualities that well-managed projects should aspire to
  • Establish the necessary tools and instruments that facilitate the scope and maintenance of these standards.
  • Create a directory of all members' Open Source projects that meet some or all of the selected criteria or qualities.

In summary, "ALL" is a group of companies with a common interest, the Software «Código Abierto», and a common goal, to help solve the problem of using and publishing your own software developments «Código Abierto».

Note: For more information about this group you can visit the group official site "ALL".



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  1.   Bill said

    Free software Open source.
    Open source is only one of the conditions to be considered free software. Proponents of real free software do not use the term "open source" as a synonym because it is not.

    1.    Linux PostInstall said

      Greetings, Guillermo! Thanks for your comment. Certainly that must be highlighted, they bet more than anything on open source and not on free software, which are not the same but they agree on many things. From my perspective, Open Source is more adaptable for deeply commercial-oriented companies, free software is more beneficial for non-business groups or communities.