Free And Open Source Software In Europe: Policies And Implementations, Paris, OpenWorldForum2013

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Presentation at Open World Forum 2013. I actually only spoke about slide 4, 6 and 13. …

Presentation at Open World Forum 2013. I actually only spoke about slide 4, 6 and 13.

This talk gave an overview of the use of free and open source software policies and solutions by public administrations in the European Union. It outlined the major trends and gave plenty of examples of public administrations that jointly develop, share and re-use such software solutions.


http://openworldforum.org/fr/tracks/17#talk_109
http://openworldforum.org/fr/schedule/2/

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  • 1. Free And Open Source Software In Europe Policies And Implementations Gijs Hillenius 2013-10-4 Fri Gijs Hillenius Free and open source in Europe 2013-10-4 Fri 1 / 14
  • 2. Introduction First of all, thanks About Me About the Open Observatory (and Repository) Gijs Hillenius Free and open source in Europe 2013-10-4 Fri 2 / 14
  • 3. About this talk This talk will present: the big trends give lots of examples (things are looking good!) Gijs Hillenius Free and open source in Europe 2013-10-4 Fri 3 / 14
  • 4. Three big trends There are four big trends: Public administrations are increasingly using free and open source software There are plenty of laws and policies in place There is one area where it is not much visible (the desktop) Procurement of IT solutions continues to be a problem Gijs Hillenius Free and open source in Europe 2013-10-4 Fri 4 / 14
  • 5. Top 3 of most-visible open source implementations The French Gendarmerie The Region of Extremadura The Administration of the city of Munich Gijs Hillenius Free and open source in Europe 2013-10-4 Fri 5 / 14
  • 6. Six practical examples Sweden Norway Belgium France Denmark European institutions Gijs Hillenius Free and open source in Europe 2013-10-4 Fri 6 / 14
  • 7. First example: Sweden Fix my Street (not only in UK, IE, BE, PT and NO, now also in SE) . Kivos open source procurement framework Gijs Hillenius Free and open source in Europe 2013-10-4 Fri 7 / 14
  • 8. Second example: Norway Frikomport (cloud computing) Gijs Hillenius Free and open source in Europe 2013-10-4 Fri 8 / 14
  • 9. Third example: Belgium Imio Gijs Hillenius Free and open source in Europe 2013-10-4 Fri 9 / 14
  • 10. Fourth example: France France's ministries Mimo OpenMarie and Adullact OpenFoncier Gijs Hillenius Free and open source in Europe 2013-10-4 Fri 10 / 14
  • 11. Fifth example: Denmark OS2Web T!ng Copenhagen Gijs Hillenius Free and open source in Europe 2013-10-4 Fri 11 / 14
  • 12. Sixth example: The European institutions ECI/OCS (EC) Open e-Prior (EC) AT4AM (EP) Gijs Hillenius Free and open source in Europe 2013-10-4 Fri 12 / 14
  • 13. Open source laws and guidelines Portugal Estonia Italy Spain Basque country France UK, NL & IS EU ISA: share and re-use Digital Agenda, action item 23 (DAE#23) Gijs Hillenius Free and open source in Europe 2013-10-4 Fri 13 / 14
  • 14. Conclusions OSOR shows: Increasing use of free and open source Cloud Computing could be a threat to the spirit of sharing Procurement continues to be problematic Gijs Hillenius Free and open source in Europe 2013-10-4 Fri 14 / 14