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Dealing With Difficult Community Members (Interview on Late Night Linux)

by | Tue 6 Feb 2018

Difficult community members are something that every community struggles with from time to time. Whether abundantly obnoxious or merely a minor frustration, designing an environment where a multitude of personalities can work together is complicated and requires careful attention to detail.

This is something I was asked about on a recent interview on the Late Night Linux podcast. We dug into this and also discussed how to build communities in different environments, whether communities can work for proprietary platforms/devices, and how unique the open source world is within the wider context of communities.

It was a fun interview and well worth a listen.

LISTEN TO THE EPISODE HERE

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