Paris Open Source Summit
November 16 - 17, 2016
Paris, Les Docks de Paris
Dates: November 16-17Venue: Les Docks de Paris
This year again OW2 is fully invested in this flagship event of the European open source community.
OW2 will be running a booth shared by several members and partners, including: ActiveEon, Wakanda, SpagoBI, iKoula, OpenSides, XWiki and OW2.
Visit us and learn more about major OW2 technologies and about our ongoing collaborative projects: discover and try the AppHub marketplace, CHOReVOLUTION and OCCIware platforms.
Do not miss the Free Beer Party on the booth! Join us, meet and network with community members on November 16, 5 or 6 pm.
This year again we called on our network to provide four sessions to the conference program:
1- Open Source Community Summit, Nov 17, 13:30 - 16:30, Room VeniseThe Community Summit is an annual open workshop focusing on the growth and management of open source communities. This year, leaders and practitioners from free and open source software communities will discuss the role of open source communities in the software value chain.Speakers: Sophie Gautier, LibreOffice - Simon Phipps, Public Software - Mike Milinkovich, Eclipse - Deborah Bryant, Red Hat - Frederic Aatz, Microsoft - Jean Baptiste Kempf, VideoLabs - Karen Sandler, Software Freedom Conservancy - Cedric Thomas, OW2. More details
Sophie Gautier, LifreOffice
Simon Phipps, Public Software
Gael Blondelle, Eclipse
Deborah Bryant, Red Hat
Frederic Aatz, Microsoft
Jean Baptiste Kempf, VideoLabs
Karen Sandler, Software Freedom Conservancy
Cedric Thomas, OW2
2- European Collaborative Innovation, Nov 17, 11:00 - 12:30, Room LausanneThrough a selection of state-of-the-art project presentations, this session will illustrate how multinational partners leverage open source to help shape the future of the IT industry in European publicly-funded collaborative innovation programs.Speakers: Marco Autili, CHOReVOLUTION project - Marc Dutoo, OCCIware Project - Peter Deussen, AppHub project - Alessandra Bagnato, MODELS project - Andrey Sadovykh, INTO-CPS project - Iyad Alshabani, PrEstoCloud project - Isabelle de Sutter, Systematic - Cedric Thomas, OW2. More details.
Marco Autili, Univaq
CHOReVOLUTION Studio helps ITS teams design and run new service compositions without programming expertise
Peter Deussen, Fraunhofer Institut
AppHub, The European Open Source Markeplace
Alessandra Bagnato, Softeam
MODELS, a unified environment for the design of system applications on parallel platforms based on CPU, multicore, manycore, FPGA and heterogeneous SoC.
Andrey Sadovykh, Softeam
INTO-CPS project, an integrated “tool chain” for comprehensive Model-Based Design of Cyber-Physical Systems (CPSs)
Iyad Alshabani, ActiveEon
PrEstoCloud : Proactive Cloud Resource Management at the edge for efficient real-time big data processing
Isabelle de Sutter, Systematic & Cédric Thomas, OW2
Best practices for your participation in Horizon 2020 projects
Marc Dutoo, Smile
OCCIware: Extensible and Standard-based XaaS Platform To Manage Everything in The Clouds
3- Open Source and Accessibility, November 17, 11:00 -13:00, Room GeneveThe social norm progresses and so do accessibility expectations. This session is about the open source technologies and best practices that all organizations can benefit from to improve their compliance with accessibility requirements. It will also introduce the AccessCamp event on November 18 from 9:00 to 12:00, a free contributive event to improve accessibility and FLOSS (Free and Libre Open Source Software). Registration is required.Speakers: - Armony Altinier, Consultant, Koena - David Monnehay, eAccessibility consultant, Atalan - Christian Paterson, Director, Orange - Stephane Deschamps, Orange - Claire Grisard, Unapei - Alex Bernier, BrailleNet - Antoine Cao, DINSIC - Magali Garnero, April - Muriel Larrouy, Accessibility Ministry.More details.
Armony Altinier, Consultant, Koena
David Monnehay, eAccessibility consultant, Atalan
Accede web, les guides d’accessibilite pour projets web
Christian Paterson, Orange
Osai : l’initiative ow2 pour l’accessibilite open source
Stephane Deschamps, Orange
Boosted : de booststrap a un framework accessible
Claire Grisard, Unapei
Numérique et accessibilité: les personnes handicapées intellectuelles sont aussi concernées !
Alex Bernier, BrailleNet
L’accessibilite du web et du livre, la convergence de deux mondes
Antoine Cao, DINSIC
Le rgaa et son cadre réglementaire
Magali Garnero, April
L’april et la transcription de videos
Muriel Larrouy, Accessibility Ministry
Data, numérique et accessibilité : les calculateurs d’itinéraires
4- OSS in Big Cities, Nov 17, 9:00 - 11:00 , Room LausanneBuilding on the success of last year's Open Source in Big Cities session, City of Paris helped launch the "OW2 OSS in Big Cities initiative". This session is build as a public report where the managers of large municipal information systems will discuss how they make open source decisions.Speakers: Jon Harper, Paris - Arris Oliemans, Amsterdam - Jan Marek Glogowski, Munich - Fabien Cauchi, Metapolis Bordeaux.
Pierre Levy & Jon Harper, Paris
Arris Oliemans, Amsterdam
Jan Marek Glogowski, Munich
Fabien Cauchi, Metapolis Bordeaux
5- OSS Project Metrics, November 16, 11:00 - 12:30, Room GeneveOpen source software is usually developed collaboratively on public platforms, or forges. This session is about the multiple data that can be extracted from these platforms and the ways it can be analysed in order to better assess the quality and sustainability of open source projects.Speakers: - Jesus M. Gonzalez-Barahona - Nuno Britto, TripleCheck - Camille Moulin, Inno3 - Stéphane Lauriere, OW2.
Jesus M. Gonzalez-Barahona, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Fuenlabrada (Spain)
Open Development Analytics, a step beyond in project transparency
Nuno Britto, TripleCheck
Camille Moulin, Inno3
Cédric Thomas, OW2
See the Press release accouncing OW2 presence at Paris Open Source Summit 2016.
Visit Paris Open Source Summit website.
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