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Leo Fernig's slides, UBC IT Town Hall, June 2009

Leo Fernig's slides, UBC IT Town Hall, June 2009

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  • 1. Open Source, Open Standards Open Source, Open Standards Open Source Open Standards UBC eStrategy TOWN HALL 2009
  • 2. Open Source, Open Standards What is Open Source? An empirical definition. Languages PHP Office Java Infrastructure Productivity Operating systems Open office Databases Middleware Authentication Workflow Industry Verticals Collaboration Finance Tooling Email Health Eclipse LMS (Moodle/Sakai) Student Netbeans Mobile J2ME Android
  • 3. Open Source, Open Standards ERP’s Evolution of the Kuali Student Kuali Research Kuali Financials open source Collaboration ecosystem Alfresco Sakai Zimbra Identity Kuali IdM (KIM) ja-sig CAS Shibboleth Apache Foundation Infrastructure CXF Tomcat Java IDE’s Eclipse, Netbeans Java 2 Enterprise Edition, Micro Edition Core language Databases Derby PostgreSQL MySQLt Operating Systems Open Solaris Open BSD Linux 1990 1995 2000 2010
  • 4. Open Source, Open Standards Dynamics of the open source ecosystem Commercial software Foundations/ contributions consortia Sun Microsystems Mellon IBM Kuali Google Ja-sig Internet2 Commercial implementers Unicon rSmart
  • 5. Open Source, Open Standards What is open source ? 1.  Licensing 1.  GPL 2.  Apache 3.  ECL 2.  Communities 1.  75% 3 developers 2.  Sourceforge 3.  Standards 1.  W3C 2.  HTML 3.  XML 4.  SOAP/WSDL 5.  IEEE 754-2008 (governs binary floating-point arithmetic)
  • 6. Open Source, Open Standards What do we want to do to support open source in the UBC community   Why should we want to support open source at UBC?   Vehicles for support:   Policy statements   User groups   Funding