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- Help: open source software will be mandatory, now what? - summary of a panel discussion with Boris van Hoytema, Ivonne Janssen-Dings and Koos Steenbergen at the Conferentie Nederland Digitaal on opensource.pleio.nl (in Dutch) (February 2021)
- Open enables public sector digital transformation in the Netherlands - overview of OpenZaak’s development by Sivan Pätsch on the Open Source Observatory and Repository (OSOR) (April 2021)
- 5 big ideas for fixing global cities’ most daunting challenges - article by Lydia Belanger and Emma Hinchliffe on Fortune.com (February 2020)
- Next-Generation Engagement Platforms, and How They Are Useful Right Now (Part 1) - article by Matt Stempeck on CivicHall.org (May 2020)
- The sixth version of Standard for Public Code has been released on GitHub and the development of version 0.2.1 is open for contributions - article by Charlotte Heikendorf on the Open Source Observatory and Repository (OSOR) (May 2020)
- Public Interest Podcast episode 2 - interview with Olaf-Gerd Gemein about applying the Standard for Public Code in Germany (in German) (June 2020)
- Sylk Suite wins the Innovation Award 2020 (in Dutch) - press release announcing that we won the 2020 Internet Society Netherlands encouragment award (June 2020) (in Dutch); see also our blogpost
- Open source development works to improve contact tracing in Europe - article by J. Manrique Lopez de la Fuente on Opensource.com (July 2020)
- Foundation for Public Code: How to help governments develop high-quality, sustainable, cost-effective, and low-risk public services through open source collaborations - interview by Charlotte Heikendorf with Boris van Hoytema and Claus Mullie for OS2 (September 2019)
- The Internet is Broken - book by Marleen Stikker (November 2019) (in Dutch)