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Product management for open source software - Nandini Ravi and Gurpreet Luthra
Product management for open source software - Nandini Ravi and Gurpreet Luthra
Product management for open source software - Nandini Ravi and Gurpreet Luthra
Product management for open source software - Nandini Ravi and Gurpreet Luthra
Product management for open source software - Nandini Ravi and Gurpreet Luthra
Product management for open source software - Nandini Ravi and Gurpreet Luthra
Product management for open source software - Nandini Ravi and Gurpreet Luthra
Product management for open source software - Nandini Ravi and Gurpreet Luthra
Product management for open source software - Nandini Ravi and Gurpreet Luthra
Product management for open source software - Nandini Ravi and Gurpreet Luthra
Product management for open source software - Nandini Ravi and Gurpreet Luthra
Product management for open source software - Nandini Ravi and Gurpreet Luthra
Product management for open source software - Nandini Ravi and Gurpreet Luthra
Product management for open source software - Nandini Ravi and Gurpreet Luthra
Product management for open source software - Nandini Ravi and Gurpreet Luthra
Product management for open source software - Nandini Ravi and Gurpreet Luthra
Product management for open source software - Nandini Ravi and Gurpreet Luthra
Product management for open source software - Nandini Ravi and Gurpreet Luthra
Product management for open source software - Nandini Ravi and Gurpreet Luthra
Product management for open source software - Nandini Ravi and Gurpreet Luthra
Product management for open source software - Nandini Ravi and Gurpreet Luthra
Product management for open source software - Nandini Ravi and Gurpreet Luthra
Product management for open source software - Nandini Ravi and Gurpreet Luthra
Product management for open source software - Nandini Ravi and Gurpreet Luthra
Product management for open source software - Nandini Ravi and Gurpreet Luthra
Product management for open source software - Nandini Ravi and Gurpreet Luthra
Product management for open source software - Nandini Ravi and Gurpreet Luthra
Product management for open source software - Nandini Ravi and Gurpreet Luthra
Product management for open source software - Nandini Ravi and Gurpreet Luthra
Product management for open source software - Nandini Ravi and Gurpreet Luthra
Product management for open source software - Nandini Ravi and Gurpreet Luthra
Product management for open source software - Nandini Ravi and Gurpreet Luthra
Product management for open source software - Nandini Ravi and Gurpreet Luthra
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Product management for open source software - Nandini Ravi and Gurpreet Luthra

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  • 1. Product Management For Open Source Software     Nandini  Ravi  |  Gurpreet  Luthra    
  • 2. Open Source Software    
  • 3. Help re-unite children during a disaster
  • 4. Scope for today…
  • 5. Scope for today…
  • 6. Need for Product Management?
  • 7. Maturity Popularity Competition with Enterprise Products Low Cost “The  most  an7cipated  benefits  of   using  open  source  programs  are   lowering  governmental  expenses  on   technology  solu7ons  and  decreasing   Egypt’s  soCware  imports,  besides   promo7ng  social  awareness  of  the   importance  of  using  these   applica7ons.”   Atef  Helmy,     Egyp7an  Minister  for  Communica7on  &  IT  
  • 8. Maturity Popularity Dilemma of OSS vs Proprietary Competition with Enterprise Products Social Impact Space Low Cost Balance competing motivations
  • 9. IT / Engg Sales, Marketing, Training End Users Business Stakeholders Product Manager Commercial Model
  • 10.             Open Source Models             Contributors Sponsors Non-­‐Profits   For-­‐Profit  Crowd-­‐Funding   Users
  • 11. Tradeoffs •  More Stakeholders •  Consensus Building •  Coordination •  Motivations & Expectations Community   •  Balancing goals & potential cost & time constraints Funding   Globally   Distributed   Global pool of Talented, Committed & Motivated individuals Community   Fewer   Constraints*   •  Innovation & Technology Contribution •  Humanitarian Impact Impact  
  • 12. Who is the Community?
  • 13. What motivates the Community? Source:  Boston  Consul7ng  Group  
  • 14. General structure of the Community
  • 15. Leadership & Decision Making Models LINUX Rotating Dictatorship PERL Informal Models Apache
  • 16. Typical User & System Evolution Model
  • 17. Product Management The Phases, The Steps & The Characteristics
  • 18. Conceive Design Realize Service Product Lifecycle Phases OSS Vs. Proprietary What? How? When? Who?
  • 19. •  Core Steering Team •  Road Mapping (No Rigid Long Term Timelines)   Concept & Strategy •  Build the Community ü  Website ü  Wiki ü  Mailing Lists ü  IRC Channels    
  • 20. •  Diverse Stakeholders •  Public Requirements Repository –  Tagging & Categorizing for Community •  Prioritization –  Balance Product Goals with Contributor Motivations –  How? Democratic/ Dictatoriship •  Hidden Opportunity for Low Priority Features Requirements & Design
  • 21. •  Collaborative Design & Community Ownership “How many Open Source Developers does it take to change a lightbulb ?” •  Knowledge Sharing- CRITICAL for lower entry barrier Requirements & Design
  • 22. •  Collaborative Development –  Voluntary Signups –  Modularization –  Release early and often –  Accelerate by Co-sourcing? –  80/20 principle –  Commit Approval (Hierarchical / Voting / Core Team) Realize – Build & Test •  Tracking / Planning / Coordination Virtual  Stand-­‐Ups  | IRC  Channels  |  Conferencing  |  NewsleSers     •  Testing – Power of Numbers  
  • 23. Realize - Marketing & Distribution Contributors Sponsors Users Community Forums Product Download Website Evangelism Gamification Social Media Outreach Events
  • 24. Product Growth & Maintenance   •  Open Source Projects – Always WIP , Always Beta •  “It’s not a Bug, it’s a FEATURE !!” – When Users &Contributors Collide
  • 25. Whose Job is it Anyway??
  • 26. How can you contribute ?
  • 27. Thank you!

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