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Inclusive Strategies for Open Source (LFC103)

Learn effective strategies for creating inclusive open source communities and code bases in this free course.

Who Is It For

This course is designed for open source community managers, open source maintainers, and other business and community leaders in the technology industry. While focused on inclusivity in open source communities, the course content can be of use to those working in any area of technology.
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What You’ll Learn

The course introduces resources and practical strategies for companies and open source communities looking to build inclusivity into their working spaces. It focuses on tactical strategies for executing around inclusivity. The course covers creating inclusive code bases through language choice, building out open source community policies around inclusivity, and strategies for businesses and enterprises.
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What It Prepares You For

The course prepares you to execute specific strategies to take on inclusivity and diversity issues in the communities you participate in and manage. It also provides a toolkit to use to create inclusive online communities.
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Course Outline
Chapter 1. Course Introduction
Chapter 2. Inclusive Code Bases
Chapter 3. Making Language Changes Happen
Chapter 4. Inclusive Processes

There are no requirements for this course.
Sep 2023
It’s simple and straightforward.
Jul 2023
This course is quite comprehensive!
Mar 2023
It provides awareness about the topic, and should be addressed at every role, in every company.
Mar 2023
Helpful resources for further studies/implementation were introduced. Focused on applicability.
Oct 2022
I enjoyed the content on inclusive naming, will share this within my company.