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  • 1. OWF 2012 Outcomes OWF in a few words and Key figures Highlights of OWF 2012 Audience
  • 2. A Universal Forum The leading Open Source Forumbringing together Decisions-makers, Developers and Users from all over theworld to cross-fertilize Open technological, business and societal initiatives, to shape the digital future. For Decision-makers & For The Public: Developers: To Discover And Play To Meet, Exchange With Innovation And And Learn Open Sourc
  • 3. A Universal Forum Organized byWith the support of the Forum Committee
  • 4. A successful year 2300 Registered 2012 2011 2010 21002009 1900 1400 1200 5
  • 5. 14 sponsors4 institutional partners 6
  • 6. THINK, CODE, EXPERIMENT: Three ways to interact with Open Source, based on a guideline Open Digital StrategiesInformations Systems Language KidExperimentBusinessCommunities Expert DIYHuman & Legal Developper ArtR&D 360° Open to everyone
  • 7. What happened? 200 speakers… 50 volunteer track leaders 125hours of conference 8
  • 8. The online audience in figures 1772 #OWF12 10,619500connexions / day visits during the forum
  • 9. Press review 278 articles published (on November 14) 25 press partners (online-offline) +20 journalists on-site during the event 55 interviews 7 press releases 2 radio programs and France Inter, France Info + commercials on BFM Radio 10
  • 10. In a few words196 official video reports “Europes most(keynotes, sponsors interviews, eclectic andworkshops…) thought provoking event for all involved278 articles published Open Source and Free Culture.”1090pictures taken “A really must- be event for33,450 emails sent Open Source geeks !” And high satisfaction39,470 visitors on the website
  • 11. Highlights of OWF12 The opening The Awards The venue Experiment day
  • 12. The opening Opening speech by Fleur Pellerin, Minister Delegate for Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises, Innovation and the Digital Economy, attached to the Minister for Production Recovery Opening speech by Jean-Louis Missika, Deputy Mayor of Paris in charge of Innovation, Research and Opening speech by Jean-Paul Universities. Planchou, Vice-President of the Ile-de-France Region, in charge of Economic Development, Innovation, InformationAn official opening Technology, Tourism and Social Economy.
  • 13. The opening Opening speech by Bruno Ménard, Directeur Information Groupe Sanofi- Aventis, Vice-Président du CIGREF Opening speech by Opening speech by Jérôme Michel Delattre, Filippini, Directeur Directeur des Systèmes interministériel des Systèmes d’Information, Groupe d’Information et de La Poste Communication de l’EtatAn opening centered on the guidelines
  • 14. The Awards Ceremony 15
  • 15. A prestigious venueMain OWF entrance The presidents welcoming Fleur Pellerin Center of Paris 16
  • 16. Experiment day for everyone Organized by 17
  • 17. An awesome audience……to connect and share with peers andleaders of the open source ecosystem
  • 18. AudienceParticipants by origin Participants by function France Other countries Other (non Project Manager specified) Academics Consultant & 7% 5% 12% 9% Expert 8% Press 4% Engineer 93% 9% Decision Makers 43% Developer 10% = European Decision-Makers Based on Inscriptions 19
  • 19.  61,5% will comeback 83,5% wouldrecommend it Based on SurveyMonkey
  • 20. See you at OWF13!www.openworldforum.org

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