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Open source in mobile

  1. 1. Open Source in Mobile
  2. 2. Hi, I’m Andrew. http://www.andrewsavory.com/blog/ andrew.savory@limofoundation.org asavory@apache.org twitter @savs
  3. 3. The dim & distant past
  4. 4. 1983 2002 2006 1998 The dim & distant past
  5. 5. 2005 2007 1983 2002 2006 1998 The dim & distant past
  6. 6. $ The future
  7. 7. $ Investment The future
  8. 8. $ Investment Value Creation The future
  9. 9. $ Investment Value Creation The future
  10. 10. $ We are here Investment Value Creation The future
  11. 11. The present
  12. 12. 3 Mobile OSS Economic Drivers
  13. 13. 3 Mobile OSS Economic Drivers Reduced cost of acquisition of software
  14. 14. 3 Mobile OSS Economic Drivers Reduced cost of acquisition of software Reduced cost of access to innovation
  15. 15. 3 Mobile OSS Economic Drivers Reduced cost of acquisition of software Reduced cost of access to innovation Reduced cost of ownership of software
  16. 16. GeoClue
  17. 17. ... reduced cost of ownership ... ... collaboration with OSS projects for maintenance of community software ...
  18. 18. Maintenance is the biggest cost in the TCO of Community Open Source Software
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  20. 20. Forking
  21. 21. Upstream open source Forking
  22. 22. Product code Upstream open source Forking
  23. 23. Product code Internal “fork” Upstream open source Forking
  24. 24. Product code Internal “fork” Upstream open source Forking
  25. 25. = FAIL
  26. 26. S/W £10. 5m
  27. 27. Where an open mobile platform is already using key open source projects of Mobile critical importance, there is direct economic value in Open Source constructive engagement with Economic Analysis the corresponding open source communities. LiMo Foundation White Paper August 2009 ™ ™ White Paper 1 blog.limofoundation.org/index.php/LiMo-Foundation/Mining-of-Open-Source-Code-to-Understand-the-Economics-of-Using-Open-Source-Within-Mobile.html www.google.com/search?q=limo+blog+mal+economic+analysis
  28. 28. Maintenance is the biggest cost in the TCO of Community Open Source Software... Product code Internal “fork” Upstream open source
  29. 29. Maintenance is the biggest cost in the TCO of Community Open Source Software... Product code Internal “fork” Upstream open source “unleveraged potential”
  30. 30. The four •  mer Her e ge s and we de the contri fine me trate •  rele b van ute as rge as gies Mer t ge N open s the pro bringing eve ourc cess u •  •  $ r: D e co of o pstrea e mm f m Mer ge L 0 million velop i 4 unit fering i open y urce nter ate /283 n is olpen so e nal source •  C FT a feat ure change Mer •  $20 m ontrib mEsnptey y ciodelin i r o t on a n enh ge E illion Com u entar ute e d ne s anc bac k •  arly Con /141 La m p FeE el te: A v o MNer re v eme into nts i Mwrth e •  $ 10 m trib dT s per ckn owl syn cw and nternal n i ge E tio n illion ute y ea r edg i th u bug co fi x e d e l i n e FTE Later CL teg ra tio arl /70 e te pstr s ba er in •i nnova •  $ y Con s pe L : Co c hn eam ck t s, rM t of s Clo eam In in ation 3.3 ic al Cos ream trib ye nuoy n ti nc deb v elo de o tr •  tccea mill ute ar phis ragein t ups i ion/ R e s us e ) t an ups c s g E pme er s Alsman TEs arly: o 24 F mer resyn n g d re nt resy at o orde ( Gre red to inicrty r of per Con cw syn i •  a t vieas y ea tinu with eam ith c at r equ ationOr c ing pot r ousupstr ups end tegr “inv estm sop L entia res trea in entMEhisticC l fo e utr loner y nc with ime m, c in a atintrib lat g T om bso Coon i am -ter ups mit e rptiv stren o mc trea late E , th nal up e ca rga os t ma r ith M ’s inter SS pac nisa red nd W dor ch is O ity” s tion uct t com ven ran y ear of i meon nhep in mit vb x2 t i g intBUT de ME CE ppro a u ct s ra o t p Prod at this ion in w ith a tc ycle fras catc e n ade h: e lopm m truc ture ct dev u Prod ion nd ecis tio selec nt w are is poi Soft at th e ma d
  31. 31. Working with open source is a sophisticated supply chain management problem ... ... not rocket science.
  32. 32. Meritocracy evaluators users contributing users contributing developers committers Increasing technical steering group involvement (benevolent) dictator
  33. 33. The future
  34. 34. Convergence
  35. 35. Platforms
  36. 36. Developers http://www.flickr.com/photos/nielsvk/258859545/
  37. 37. Thank you!
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