Paris Open Source Summit 2018

December 05 - 06, 2018



Paris Open Source Summit
DOCK PULLMANN, Paris - Aubervilliers
December 05-06, 2018
Visit http://www.opensourcesummit.paris/ or see the presentation (PDF)

OW2 participates in the Paris Open Source Summit this year again with a large community booth and a significant contribution to the conference program with several tracks coordinated by the community. 

Read the Press release (French or English). 

OW2 in the conferences

OW2 coordinates two conference tracks: 

Open Source Community Summit

Schedule: Wednesday December 5th afternoon, 14h00 - 16h15, Room MIXAGE.
Abstract: The Open Source Community Summit is an annual international workshop focusing on the growth and management of open source communities. This year, leaders and practitioners from free and open source software communities will share experience and best practices and discuss the challenges of creating market value with open source while complying with free software ethical values.

Cédric Thomas, OW2


 Available soon

Ethics in a Pragmatic Skin

 Available soon

Ralph Mueller, Eclipse Foundation

Supporting Open Collaboration: the Importance of Independent Foundations

 Available soon

Italo Vignoli, OSI - TDF

Educating About Ethics to Communicate FOSS Market Value

 Available soon

Ludovic Dubost, XWiki

How to Create Ethical OSS as a Private Company

 Available soon

Herman Rucic, C4C

Save Code Sharing in the Copyright Reform: Act Now!

 Available soon

Gabriele Ruffatti, Independent speaker

Digital Ethic in the Post-Truth Era

 Available soon

Thierry Carrez, OpenStack

Ethics Beyond Free Software and Open Source: the Market Value of Open Collaboration

 Available soon

Alexander Sander, FSFE

Public Code and Copyright: How a Little Law Change can Destroy or Flourish your Business

 Available soon

Deborah Bryant, Red Hat

Red Hat, a Case Study in Corporate Open Source Stewardship and Culture. (cancelled)

 Available soon

Open Source in Big European Cities

Schedule: Dec. 6 morning, 11h30 - 13h , room LE MONTAGE
Abstract: A public workshop where managers of large municipal information systems discuss how they make open source decisions and share experience and best practices.
Building on the success of previous year's event  and the on-going support of City of Paris in this endeavor, we are renewing the Open Source in Big Cities session. The objective of the session is to enable like-minded practitioners to share experiences and best practices in implementing open source solutions within the conventional information system but also in Smart Cities applications, Citizen Relationship Management, e-Citizenship, etc. 

Philippe Bareille, City of Paris

Lutece the Open City Service Platform

 Available soon

Carlos Alocen, City of Zaragoza

An open API strategy for new city applications

 Available soon

Towards Open Source Commons for Muni Software

 Available soon

Jacob Green, City of Baltimore

Empowering municipal services with open source at the city of Baltimore.

 Available soon

Visit us on the OW2 village (booth #C17)

The members participating include: 

  • Orange, presenting the projects:
    - CLIF: load and performance test platform for all kinds of systems
    - Signs@Work, LSF dictionary for deaf employees and their interpreters, developed in the framework of the “Mission Insertion Handicap” of Orange
    - Maxwell, an agnostic and unsupervised clustering system, developed by Orange Labs in coordination with Orange Healthcare
  • 7bulls.com, presenting the project Melodic, a multi-cloud solution for AI and Big data.
  • OW2, presenting the project STAMP, an innovative toolset for tests automation for Java and CROSSMINER a research project to collect information on OSS projects from large repositories. 

Award Contest: Best Champion of Free Software

Out of five “Champion of Free Software” prizes, three went to OW2 members and projects: Lutece, XWiki, ActiveEon. More