About Dave Gruber

I'm the Director of Developer Programs at Black Duck.
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Ohloh Community Day — OCD14

Ola Ohlarians!  We are ecstatic to announce Ohloh Community Day 2014 — OCD14!! The idea for OCD14 came from Ohlarian Marc Laporte.  Marc will be near the  Black Duck Offices in attendance of the LibrePlanet 2014 Conference and asked if … Continue reading

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The State of Open Source Quality

The State of Open Source Quality

When the Black Duck Team invited me to write a guest blog about the state of open source quality based on findings from our free Coverity Scan Service I jumped at the chance.  Coverity, like Black Duck, is committed to … Continue reading

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Congratulations to the 2012 Black Duck Open Source Rookies!

It’s been another great year for new open source projects. Over the past month we’ve used Ohloh to sift through all the new projects started in 2012 looking for the top 10 stand-outs to honor as 2012 Black Duck Open … Continue reading

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Redmonk uses Ohloh data to report on centralized vs. decentralized version control usage

Stephen O’Grady from Redmonk posted an interesting blog post recently where he used Ohloh data for predictive analysis of centralized vs. decentralized version control systems (DVCS). His report highlights the aggressive adoption of Git as a key indicator in a … Continue reading

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Oldies but Goodies: Seven Projects Still Rocking Open Source

We all get excited about the latest hot open source projects like CloudStack and Boot to Gecko — they’re new and exciting and the possibilities seem endless.  But what about the many long-running projects that have been core to the … Continue reading

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