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The Business Of Open Source

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Some ideas about how to apply the principles of Open Source to business.

Some ideas about how to apply the principles of Open Source to business.

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  • 1. The Business of Open Source
  • 2. Who am I? twitter: LizaK LinkedIn: Liza Kindred SlideShare: LizaK
  • 3. Who I am not? http://www.flickr.com/photos/foundphotoslj
  • 4. Who are you? http://www.flickr.com/photos/thomashawk/
  • 5. Open Source is a way for people to collaborate on software without being encumbered by the problems of intellectual property. --The Open Source Initiative
  • 6. Open Source is also a way for businesses to espouse the qualities of openness & collaboration and harness them into successful, modern business models. --LizaK
  • 7. Why should we care?
  • 8. Why should we care? http://www.flickr.com/photos/kaptainkobold/
  • 9. The Definition
  • 10. Huh?
  • 11. Huh? openness
  • 12. Huh? openness credit
  • 13. Huh? openness credit growth
  • 14. Many ways to apply + interpret
  • 15. 1.
  • 16. Free Redistribution
  • 17. Free Redistribution
  • 18. 2.
  • 19. Source Code
  • 20. Source Code
  • 21. 3.
  • 22. Derived Works
  • 23. Derived Works
  • 24. Derived Works
  • 25. Derived Works
  • 26. 4.
  • 27. Integrity of the Author’s Source Code
  • 28. Integrity of the Author’s Source Code
  • 29. Integrity of the Author’s Source Code GIVE
  • 30. 5.
  • 31. No Discrimination Against People or Groups
  • 32. No Discrimination Against People or Groups http://www.flickr.com/photos/rayparnova/
  • 33. 6.
  • 34. No Discrimination Against Fields of Endeavor
  • 35. No Discrimination Against Fields of Endeavor Departments
  • 36. No Discrimination Against Fields of Endeavor Departments Marketing
  • 37. No Discrimination Against Fields of Endeavor Departments Marketing Profit
  • 38. I make money using my brains and lose money listening to my heart. But in the long run, my books balance pretty well. -- Kate Seredy
  • 39. 7.
  • 40. Distribution of License
  • 41. Distribution of License
  • 42. 8.
  • 43. License Must Not Be Specific to a Product
  • 44. License Must Not Be Specific to a Product • If an idea / process is good, implement it across your organization.
  • 45. 9.
  • 46. License Must Not Restrict Other Software
  • 47. License Must Not Restrict Other Software
  • 48. License Must Not Restrict Other Software X
  • 49. 10.
  • 50. License Must Be Technology-Neutral Be flexible.
  • 51. License Must Be Technology-Neutral Be flexible. http://www.flickr.com/photos/boaz/
  • 52. How do we apply these ideas?
  • 53. Open Books
  • 54. B Corp’s bcorporation.net
  • 55. Implementations
  • 56. Ways to Start
  • 57. Ways to Start
  • 58. Ways to Start
  • 59. Ways to Start
  • 60. Benefits
  • 61. Benefits
  • 62. Benefits
  • 63. Benefits
  • 64. Challenges
  • 65. Challenges
  • 66. Pick Your Pony http://www.flickr.com/photos/freebird4/
  • 67. My mother said, ʻYou wonʼt amount to anything because you procrastinateʼ. I said, ʻJust wait.ʼ -- Judy Tenuta
  • 68. Further Reading