- Nov 2017
Embracing an Entrepreneurial Culture on Campus go.nmc.org/uni(Tom Corr, University Affairs, 4 May 2016.) The Ontario Network of Entrepreneurs is gaining global recognition for its efforts to bolster students’ business skills through investing in multiple campus events and programs. For example, the success of Ontario Centres of Excellence has led to the establishment of similar innovation hubs throughout North America, the UK, Australia, and Asia.
What’s fascinating here is that the province might be cutting a major part of the funding for the Ontario Centres of Excellence, particularly the part which has to do with Entrepreneurship Programs. (My current work is associated with Lead To Win, a Campus-Linked Accelerator out of Carleton University.)
- On-Campus Entrepreneurship Activities (OCEA)
- Ontario Centres of Excellence (OCE)
- Carleton University
- Campus-Linked Accelerators (CLA)
- Higher Education in Ontario
- Ontario entrepreneurship
- Nov 2015
The company refuses to expand the core development team with non-employees
From what I've seen these projects are often licensed under the AGPL and essentially amount to "loss leader source." Community === "add on builders" and "consumers" in the minds of the product team not future "land owners."
Be sure the project is community lead (or in transition that way at least!) before you sign that CLA...or even bother with that patch.