### Editor's Note ###

Ambassador Huiren Woo's article on open leadership continues to draw
interested readers after appearing on popular open source news
aggregator LXer [1]. It helped spark one of the channel's
highest-traffic days in the past 30 days. Congrats, Huiren!

Today, ambassador Sam Knuth reminds us why asking why might be trickier
than it seems. Check it out.

The open organization ambassadors meet today for our monthly live
gathering. Hope to see everyone there!

[1] http://lxer.com/module/newswire/view/234805/index.html

### Content Update ###

New today:

Sam Knuth: "How to ask why at work without upsetting anyone"
https://opensource.com/open-organization/16/10/how-ask-why-without-upsetting-anyone

Previously published:

Huiren Woo: "How to recognize an open leader when you see one"
https://opensource.com/open-organization/16/10/how-recognize-open-leader-when-you-see-one
First day page views: 742

### Site Stats ###

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Catalyst-In-Chief Downloads: 0
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### Social Media Stats ###

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### TheOpenOrg Resources ###

Metrics spreadsheet:
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