You’ve successfully created an InnerSource program at your company and have buy-in from senior management, middle-management and developers. However, after nearly a year there have been few actual contributions made to any InnerSource projects outside of the teams that originally created them. After interviewing all the parties involved the main sticking point seems to be that it is difficult to know the time commitment developers will be asked to make if they choose to get involved in an InnerSource project and how they will personally benefit. There is also no uniform way of advertising what opportunities for contributors exist, what they’ll be asked to do and approximately how long it might take. Managers are supportive and want their employees to participate but so far have lacked a way of accounting for or rewarding their employees’ activities within InnerSource projects. What can be done to improve this situation for all the parties involved (InnerSource project owners, potential contributors and development managers)?