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Amy Howlett
24th May 2021

DiversityQ shortlists Amanda Brock, CEO in Women in IT Awards 2021

Amanda Brock, CEO has been nominated in the ‘Outstanding Contribution of the Year’ category in DiversityQ’s Women in IT awards. Congratulations to all the other women...

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Amy Howlett
20th May 2021

Tech for Good features OpenUK’s consortium for a Carbon Negative Data Centre

OpenUK’s new sustainability chief Cristian Parrino spoke to Tech For Good about the exciting plans for what the group is calling the “data centre of...

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Amy Howlett
20th May 2021

IT Pro asks Why arn’t women heading more tech startups?

Bias, imposter syndrome and confidence Amanda Brock, CEO at OpenUK, a not-for-profit that represents open source software, hardware and open data companies in the UK,...

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Amy Howlett
11th May 2021

Listen to the OpenTeams podcast with Amanda Brock on the state of OSS in UK, the OIN & defensive patents

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Amy Howlett
10th May 2021

The WB-40 podcast speaks to Amanda Brock, CEO on a research project on the UK Open Technology Market and COP26

Amanda Brock is a guest on the WB-40 podcast speaking about open business models, a research project on the UK Open Technology market, and COP26....

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Amy Howlett
27th April 2021

Amanda Brock CEO speaks about GAIA-X on the Uptime Punks Podcast

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Amy Howlett
22nd April 2021

ComputingWeekly on Grafana’s AGPLv3 licence

“Grafana has carried out a well-managed licence shift to AGPLv3 that moves them away from Apache to the GPL ‘copyleft’ family, but keeps them in...

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Amy Howlett
22nd April 2021

Computing on Grafana Labs latest licensing change

“Anyone modifying Grafana’s code must share it back. Their CEO’s Q&A is well-prepared and well-informed and Grafana is actually doubling down on open source. Of...

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Amy Howlett
22nd April 2021

The Register on Grafana’s AGPLv3 licence change as being within the parameters of open source

“Amanda Brock, CEO at OpenUK, was positive about the change, describing it as well managed and keeping Grafana “in the parameters of open source,” although...

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Amy Howlett
22nd April 2021

DevClass on Grafana’s switch from Apache to AGPLv3 Licensing

“Grafana has carried out a well-managed licence shift to AGPLv3 that moves them away from Apache to the GPL copyleft family, but keeps them in...

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