Paris Open Source Summit 2019


               

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Paris Open Source Summit 2019

December 10 - 11, 2019

Paris


Paris Open Source Summit
Date: December 10-11, 2019
Venue: Dock Pullman
87 Avenue des Magasins Généraux, 93300 Aubervilliers
Visit: https://www.opensourcesummit.paris/

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The Paris Open Source Summit is Europe's premier event on open source, free software and open innovation. International conference summit, business fair and community event, OSS Paris highlights the driving role of open source technologies in current and future digital transformations. 

In 2019, OSS Paris becomes the TECH meeting of the open source ecosystem, which brings together for 2 days the contributors, decision-makers and users of technological bricks and open source solutions.

OW2 is as usual highly involved in POSS, with the organization of a large community booth in the exhibition and the coordination of several conference tracks

Come visit the OW2 Community Booth (#D21)!

Come and meet with community members and projects. 

Two research projects will be presented on the booth: 

- DECODER, the Next Software Project Intelligence Platform.
- ReachOut Software Beta-testing for Research projects. 

Project Leaders from the OW2 code base are welcome to give a help in running the booth and showcase their project. Contact us quickly if you are interested. 

Attend one of our sessions

This year OW2 organizes four sessions, presented below. All sessions will take place in room Le Mixage. 

Open Source Community Summit

The theme this year is "Key Challenges of Mainstream Open Source”.
Schedule: December 10, from 02:00 to 06:30pm.
Agenda:

  • Introduction to the Community Summit, Cédric Thomas, OW2
  • Open source under attack, Thierry Carrez, OpenStack
  • Open source sustainability, Simon Phipps, Meshed Insights
  • Title TBC, Mirko Boehm, Endocode
  • No open source code without communities, Ensuring the future of open source communities, Emmanuel Lecharny, Apache Foundation
  • OSS and Large Users: From Awareness to Sustainability, Frédéric Aatz, Microsoft
  • Everything Old is New Again: Current Tensions and Future Opportunities for Open Source, Leslie Hawthorn, Red Hat
  • The Political Challenge of Mainstreaming Open Source, Astor Nummeling Carlberg, Open Forum Europe

OSS in Big Cities

In this session executives in charge of large municipal information systems will discuss the tenets of their open source strategies.
Schedule: December 11, from 02:00 to 03:30pm.
Agenda:

  • Lutece the Open City Service Platform, Philippe Bareille, City of Paris
  • Managing a open source enviroment for Public Administration: the CSI-Piemonte's experience, Alessandro Franco, CSI-Piemonte
  • Standard for Public Code, Ben Cerveny, Public Code Foundation
  • Title tbc, Esteve Almirall, City of Barcelona
  • Organizing Open Source for Cities, Jacob Green, Mosslabs

Collaborative Innovation

This session will illustrate how multinational partners leverage open source in European publicly-funded collaborative research and innovation programs.
Schedule: December 11, from 09:30 to 11:00am.
Agenda:
- DECODER, the Next Software Project Intelligence Platform, Virgile Prevosto, CEA.
- FASTEN: Intelligent Package Management, Giasemi Seisa, Endocode
- ReachOut: Software Beta-Testing for Research Projects, Catherine Nuel, OW2.
- CROSSMINER Developer-Centric Knowledge Mining from Large Open-Source Software Repositories, Alessandra Bagnato, Softeam  
- MELODIC: Enabling Cross-Cloud application management using open source, Geir Horn, Oslo University. 

OSS Governance

This session aims at developing and promoting the usage and sharing of free and open source software governance best practices among large users and systems integrators.
Schedule: December 11, from 11:00 to 12:30pm.
Agenda:

  • How OSS governance benefits business, Christian Paterson, Orange
  • Measuring the OW2 projects market maturity, Cédric Thomas, OW2
  • OSS governance and best practices: the MAIF example, François Desmier, MAIF
  • Riding the OSS Governance learning curve, Franck Villaume, Microsoft
  • InnerSource and open source governance, Florent Zara, Henix