We have a very active testing community, which people don’t often think about when you have open source.–Mitchell Baker
The free and open source revolution in the software industry is a great example of the importance and value of volunteer collaboration. From its inception, HotWax Systems has actively promoted the sharing of open source initiatives and has committed to use open source softwares/products to build and deliver solutions for various industry segments.
February 2015 OFBiz Bug Crush Results
In support of our ongoing commitment to improving Apache OFBiz and to supporting the open source community, HotWax Systems conducts OFBiz Bug crush Events on the third Saturday of every month. The February 2015 OFBiz Bug Crush Event was a major success. Fifteen members of Team HotWax donated more than 120 hours of their time to the cause. Here are the results:
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Consistent effort really pays off! In the past 30 days, the team has resolved 70 issues, so we’re definitely on track to resolve hundreds of issues during OFBiz Bug Crush Events in 2015.
HotWax Systems continues to demonstrate a real-world commitment to support the open source revolution by launching HotWax Commerce, an open source, enterprise-class, digital commerce platform that offers complete ownership and control with absolutely no licensing fees. You can learn more about the platform here.
For more about the HotWax Systems open source philosophy check out these blog posts:
“Bridging the Divide Between Open Source and Enterprise Users” by Mike Bates, CEO, HotWax Systems
“With Free Software You Have Freedom” by Pranay Pandey, Senior Manager, HotWax Systems
Teresa Zundel is Director of Communications at HotWax Systems.For more than two decades, Teresa has devised and implemented innovative communications solutions for both corporate and nonprofit clients.She lives in Salt Lake City, where she enjoys geocaching with her son and attending live music shows at the State Room.