The Verizon Media Open Source Developer Guide covers all relevant information to publishing, using, contributing to, promoting, and growing open source at Verizon Media.
The Verizon Media Open Source Program Office (OSPO) provides services to help developers with their open source needs. These services are highlighted in this guide. Employees can check out the OSPO Welcome Page on our intranet page (on The Street) and can contact the OSPO team via email ospo@ or Slack #opensource with questions. We’ve made a redacted version of this guide public for others to consider leveraging at their company and to invite feedback to help us improve our services.
The guide for how our employees should use, contribute to, publish, promote, and grow open source projects:
|Using||Using open source code in platforms, products, and services|
|Contributing||Contributing to existing open source projects|
|Publishing||Publishing new open source projects|
|Launching||Launching products that contain open source code or binaries|
|Promoting||How the OSPO helps your project grow a community|
|Accepting||Accepting code from your community|
|Resources||Supplemental information and resources for the guide|
Please refer to the contributing.md file for information about how to contribute to this guide. We welcome issues, questions, and pull requests. We request contributors to this project make note of our Code of Conduct.
Ashley Wolf: email@example.com
Gil Yehuda: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Thank you to Megan Leney and Ben Pearson for helping us refine this guide.