Open Source operating systems, like Debian, have become a real alternative to Microsoft Windows. This feat has been achieved by more than 1000 developers working over a 10 year period, all on their free time. And it is available for everyone, free of charge.
But managing Open Source systems is a skill. It is hard to enter the world of Open Source without prior knowledge of it, because it involves more than a short term participation in a community. Becoming a part of this world is a long term project.
OCamlCore is active in the Open Source community and can help you interact in it.
Typical projects where OCamlCore employees help or are the core team, include:
- OCamlCore.org, where we give back to the OCaml Community:
- OCaml projects like:
- Debian, through OCaml packaging
Presentation of OCaml in Debian at OCaml Meeting 2008, by S. Le Gall from OCamlCore
Open Source user testimonies:
I think the work you’ve done in organising OCamlCore.org is very admirable!, Arlen Cuss, 2010-10-12