The MLH Open Source Awards are about recognizing and celebrating extraordinary achievements and contributions of individuals, teams and organizations to open source. Winners will be announced on stage at All Things Open on October 18, 2021.
There are 3 categories for this year’s awards. Nominations are unlimited and open to the general public until September 30, 2021. A panel of industry experts will choose the final winners.
The company / project / program doing the most to promote building a diverse, welcoming community.
The company / project / program doing the most to attract, educate, and retain the next generation of open source citizens.
The company / project / program doing the most to build the broader Open Source community.
Every developer and business in the world relies on Open Source. Projects are driven by passionate independent maintainers, high value engineering teams, and contributors of all skill levels. These awards will recognize leaders in the future of open source for their key community achievements.
Any individual, group, organization or initiative that has contributed to open source or worked on an open source project is eligible to be nominated for an Open Source Award. Some examples might be corporate Open Source Programs offices, independent project maintainers, or even programs or organizations that support a variety of open source projects. You can even nominate yourself!
Industry leading technologies are being built in the open. These projects provide opportunities for developers to build their skills, companies to level up their tech stack, and the wider ecosystem to grow stronger. Our awards will recognize leaders in this movement, on stage at All Things Open in October 2021.
of modern software runs on Open Source.
of student developers think Open Source will be important to their careers.
of companies with Open Source Programs contribute code upstream.
Nominate a project, company, or program.