Linux Foundation Collaborative Projects

With Linux Foundation Collaborative Projects we have one goal: to spread the collaborative DNA of Linux to new fields to enable innovation and access for all.

“The Linux Foundation looks well on its way to establishing itself as the honest broker for managing large-scale collaborative software projects.” - Computerworld
Companies such as Google, IBM, Intel, the New York Stock Exchange, Qualcomm Innovation Center, Inc. (QuIC), HP, Samsung, Cisco and others have relied on The Linux Foundation to host their collaborative software projects and provide the organizational, promotional and technical infrastructure needed to make those projects successful.
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The Linux Foundation is about far more than Linux. From software defined networking to embedded Linux to IoT, our Collaborative Projects span the enterprise, mobile and embedded markets.

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Linux Foundation Collaborative Projects

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Automotive Grade Linux
Core Infrastructure Initiative
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Open Container Initiative
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R Consortium

By collaborating together and tapping into the open source community, companies reduce costs and produce superior software more quickly.
The Linux Foundation provides the infrastructure so these projects can thrive.

With over 600 members

and thousands of active developers, Linux Foundation Collaborative Projects are harnessing the power of open source development to drive innovation at unmatched speed and scale.

There are two main criteria that must be met in order for the Linux Foundation to host a Collaborative Project:
  1. The use of open source governance best practices including license and contribution agreement choices in keeping with the ideals of Linux
  2. The project must have the potential to fuel innovation in an industry through collaborative software development

With ten years of experience managing open source projects and support services, The Linux Foundation can provide the back-office, technical infrastructure, and ecosystem development services to get your collaborative project off the ground quickly and efficiently and to maximize its success.

If you are interested in hosting a project with the Linux Foundation, please fill out the form below: