Archive for August 19th, 2010
I will have the opportunity to present our most recent results on the best practices for OSS adoption at the Open World Forum governance session, moderated by Martin Michlmayr (HP community manager) and Matteo Melideo (QUALIPSO project consortium leader). The program is available here, and packs quite a substantial amount of high quality talks. I hope to see you there!
The Open World Forum is the premier global summit meeting bringing together decisions-makers from across the world to discuss the technological, financial and social impact of open technologies, and to cross-fertilize ideas and initiatives in these areas. At the hub of the Free/Open Source revolution, the event was first staged in 2008, and takes place every year in Paris with more than 140 speakers from 40 countries, a 1,500-strong international audience and numerous conferences, workshops and think-tanks. The 2010 Open World Forum will be held on 30 September and 1 October, under the banner of “Open is the future: Open Innovation – Open Enterprise – Open Society”. Organized by a unique network of partners including the main Free/Open Source communities and most of the leading IT players worldwide, the Open World Forum is a must-attend event to discover the latest trends in open technology, business and social issues and to explore the future of Free/Open Source initiatives. It also offers a unique opportunity to share insights and best practices with many of the most respected visionaries, entrepreneurs and community leaders, and network with technology gurus, CxOs, analysts, CIOs, researchers, government leaders and investors from six continents. To request an invitation, please visit http://www.openworldforum.org