Richard Littauer | Eric Berry | Pia Mancini
[00:01:28] Ele fills us in on what Radicle is and why it’s so awesome. Also, we learn how Radicle is different than using GitHub and then paying people through Open Collective using Ethereum.
[00:08:39] We learn more about the financial commitment that somebody using Radicle might be obligated to or not obligated to.
[00:15:29] Richard wonders what the current scope of Radicle is, how many people use it, and how big the team is.
[00:22:42] The topic of finding a path for open source creators to capture more value out of their creations through a coin or token is brought up by Pia and she wonders how that’s looking now for Ele with Radicle, as well as challenges of paying or getting paid for value creation in open source.
[00:32:12] If you want to get involved in Radicle find out where you can go.
[00:33:25] Find out where you can follow Ele online.
[00:06:25] “One of the things that we actually do with Radicle is actually leveraging Ethereum for code governance.”
[00:13:28] “The last thing is basically what we call Radicle Funding, and this is basically our contribution to the open sustainability problem where you, as a maintainer, you can actually raise funds from your supporters, either as donations or in exchange for something within your community.”
[00:19:17] “The second thing that it’s more of a dream or a hope, but I really feel that what we’re doing with Radicle works is introducing a non-hierarchical model for collaboration.”
[00:19:57] “We really hope that we’re going to see a lot of these developers actually realizing that if we can also coordinate in a non-hierarchical way and sometimes this actually looks more beautiful.”
[00:30:56] “Because we think that we need to create new cultural norms. We want to make this a norm that every time that you get paid, more developers get paid and try to create this more cyclical, regenerative, someone would say, open source economy.”
- [00:34:31] Eric’s spotlights are iPad mini 6, Gitcoin and Kevin Owocki, and the immense value that Richard Littauer provides to the community, as well as his videos to check out on YouTube called, “Francis Bacon and Eggs.”
- [00:36:09] Pia’s spotlight is the Lex Fridman Podcast.
- [00:36:50] Richard’s spotlight is Nassar Hayat.
- [00:37:29] Ele’s spotlights are Abbey Titcomb, Nassar Hayat, IPFS, SSB, and other decentralized workers.
- SustainOSS Twitter
- SustainOSS Discourse
- Eleftherios Diakomichalis Twitter
- Eleftherios Diakomichalis Linkedin
- Elefttherios Diakomichalis Website
- Radicle Community
- iPad mini
- Kevin Owocki Twitter
- Francis Bacon and Eggs-Richard Littauer (YouTube)
- Lex Fridman Podcast
- Nassar Hayat Twitter
- Abbey Titcomb Twitter
- Sustain Podcast- Episode 57-Mikeal Rogers on Building Communities, the Early Days of Node.js, and How to Stay a Coder for Life
- Sustain Podcast- Episode 56-Dominic Tarr on Coding What You Want, Living On A Boat, and the Early Days of Node.js
- Sustain Podcast- Episode 68- Kevin Owocki-Introducing FundOSS.org: A new way of funding open source, by Gitcoin x Sustain
- Sustain Podcast- Episode 50- Kevin Owocki- Gitcoin, Quadratic Funding, and how Crypto can sustain Open Source
- Sustain Podcast- Episode 14-Kevin Owocki- Funding Open Source With Gitcoin
- Produced by Richard Littauer
- Edited by Paul M. Bahr at Peachtree Sound
- Show notes by DeAnn Bahr Peachtree Sound