Open Source for Public Administration Workshop
April 7, 2011
This free to attend workshop, is an extension of the OSOR.eu platform and was initiated to help all open source software practitioners and stakeholders from European Administrations connect.
Several OW2 Members will participate.
Davide Dalle Carbonare, Engineering, will give a presentation.
More about the event and registration: http://www.epractice.eu/en/events/2011-open-source-software-public-administrations
Whom it is addressed to: This workshop invites all Open Source stakeholders, public administrations, as well as businesses and/or citizens who interact with them: cross-border project implementers; developers of Open Source software; stakeholders in FP6 and FP7 research projects; researchers; businesses; European Commission officers; ePractice members and especially those linked to European Union funded initiatives to discuss these issues.
Related workshop topics to be discussed are:
- Licensing issues
o How to choose an Open Source software product for professional use
o Licensing implications in reusing OSS components
o The relation of open source software development to licensing
o The effect of open source licenses to the software development process.
o Choosing a license for your own software
- Software production perspective
o OSS production quality improvement
o Documenting Open Source Software
o How to interact with the OSOR community
o How to set up a project on OSOR.eu, set up roles and manage contributions