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OWF13 - Catalyzing the discovery, analysis and adoption of   OSS community-based innovation
OWF13 - Catalyzing the discovery, analysis and adoption of   OSS community-based innovation
OWF13 - Catalyzing the discovery, analysis and adoption of   OSS community-based innovation
OWF13 - Catalyzing the discovery, analysis and adoption of   OSS community-based innovation
OWF13 - Catalyzing the discovery, analysis and adoption of   OSS community-based innovation
OWF13 - Catalyzing the discovery, analysis and adoption of   OSS community-based innovation
OWF13 - Catalyzing the discovery, analysis and adoption of   OSS community-based innovation
OWF13 - Catalyzing the discovery, analysis and adoption of   OSS community-based innovation
OWF13 - Catalyzing the discovery, analysis and adoption of   OSS community-based innovation
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OWF13 - Catalyzing the discovery, analysis and adoption of OSS community-based innovation

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  • 1. Open World Forum 2013: Community Summit catalyzing the discovery, analysis and adoption of OSS community-based innovation Jim Ahtes October 4th, 2013  Paris
  • 2. OSS mainstream impact 95% By 2016, 95% of IT organizations will leverage open-source software in their mission-critical IT portfolios. Gartner, 2012 Open World Forum 2013: Community Summit 2
  • 3. OSS influence on development community development coming back strong! Source: The 451 Group, 2010 it’s already part of our workflow, can we help make that better? survey of 500+ IT leaders about the code in their deployed software Source: Gartner, 2011 via Black Duck Open World Forum 2013: Community Summit 3
  • 4. challenges in the OSS opportunity so many communities, so many projects, so much opportunity... compliance analysis challenges Open World Forum 2013: Community Summit discovery 4
  • 5. a few solutions for search & compliance… Developers Projects Community Forge Projects Community Forge Projects Community Forge 5
  • 6. …but innovations for community development? • filtered search across forges using expressive queries describing the desired code and basic attributes like entity types (class, interface, library…), names, licenses, keywords or complex queries involving relationship among different entities (inheritance relationships, dependencies, containments…) • advanced browsing using a logical representation of the source code, independent of programming language, and lets one easily browse the content of multiple projects through their related entities • license analysis to find out possible violations on published software, explain the conflict and suggest compatible open source licenses to apply Open World Forum 2013: Community Summit 6
  • 7. markos under the hood important for today’s session: how can we better involve these communities in our solution? Open World Forum 2013: Community Summit 7
  • 8. collaboration models with community forges? Developers ? markos is an added channel, not a replacement! ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? value that markos can push back to forges? ? implementation on forge end? ? inter-forge collaboration? ? Projects Community Forge ? ? Projects Community Forge ? ? Projects Community Forge
  • 9. Beta coming soon! Give it a test drive, tell us what you think, and help us further shape the concept and features of markos! (don’t worry, you won’t be a bug tester!) Open World Forum 2013: Community Summit 9
  • 10. thank you for your attention! slide references questions? partners Gartner: “Drivers and Incentives for the Wide Adoption of Open-Source Software,” 2012 The 451 Group: “Control & Community: The Evolution of Open-Source-Related Business Strategies,” 2010 FP7 project facts contact info duration: 30 Months October 2012 – March 2015 coordinator: Fraunhofer FOKUS Jim Ahtes technical lead: Engineering james.ahtes (at) atos.net www.markosproject.eu Open World Forum 2013: Community Summit 10

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