Our team and open-source products are supporting a world-class developer experience and the Web3 movement. We also collaborate closely with the top teams in the space, and contribute regularly to other open-source projects.
Long-term, we’ll move governance of Ceramic Network entirely to our community. We are building the foundations for that now, with a CIP (Ceramic Improvement Proposal) process and a commitment to work with our ecosystem contributors and emerging community leaders.
Open source is at the heart of everything we do. Our groundbreaking decentralized stream processing network, our open identity framework, and our developer SDKs are all permissive and open. It’s an exciting time to join the team as we recently raised a $30M Series A, which will help us launch Ceramic 2.0 and directly impact the next foundational Web3 infrastructure.
Traditionally, hardware has been stuck with closed source, closed binary formats, closed tooling, and no APIs. We’re completely changing this by focusing on opening standardized file formats and creating open APIs. Our goal is to unlock the data for our users that has previously been inaccessible. That’s why open source is core to what we’re building. In fact, a big component of our application is forked from Gitea. Kyle is a maintainer on the project and we make sure to contribute to open source projects financially and via upstream code commits. Similarly, we’re building continuous integration into our app and it’s built on another open source project called Drone.
Anytime we work on something that can be broadly applicable to the community, we try to contribute it upstream. Even if we’re not directly contributing to an open source project, we find other ways to be supportive. For instance, Valentina judged a Hackaday competition and donated her fee to Gitea.
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