### Editor's Note ###

Happy Thursday, friends! Alessio Fattorini is back today with the second
part of his stellar series on community relationships. Are your
relationships with your community genuine? Do you take your community
for granted? Read Alessio's piece as a self-test. It's awesome.

See you next week!

–B

### New Today ###

Alessio Fattorini: "5 rules for having genuine community relationships"

https://opensource.com/open-organization/18/2/why-build-community-2

red.ht/2F8qrh5

Sample social media:

Open organizations can benefit from strong, passionate communities—but
only if they're prepared to give first, writes @ale_fattorini:
red.ht/2F8qrh5 #TheOpenOrg

"The truth is that you have to invest in people. You have to put people
first, and put people before code." @ale_fattorini on building
#community: red.ht/2F8qrh5 #TheOpenOrg

Here's @ale_fattorini five tips for having a genuine relationship with
your #community: red.ht/2F8qrh5 #TheOpenOrg

### Previously Published ###

Angela Robertson: "How slowing down made me a better leader"

https://opensource.com/open-organization/18/2/open-leadership-patience-listening

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