Many of the Internet's core systems and functions such as addressing, email delivery, naming, routing, and time synchronization is powered by or based on free and open source software (OSS). A few small organizations stand out among the Internet giants for the significant role they play. We talk to three representatives of this exclusive club to learn how they do what they do with relatively modest resources. We explore how they make development decisions, interact with users, compete or partner with for-profit entities and raise funds. There will be plenty of time for an audience Q&A. Featured Panelists: Alexander Band (NLnet Labs), Ondrej Filip (NIC.CZ), and Jeff Osborn (ISC.org). Moderator: John Kristoff (NETSCOUT).