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Focus Group Open Source 28.4.2010 Roberto Galoppini

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  • Free software is a matter of the users' freedom to run, copy, distribute, study, change and improve the software. http://www.fsf.org/licensing/essays/free-sw.html It is interesting to notice that beyond infrastractural open source programs, open source now is entering the enterprise application arena. Moreover, many open source projects community-led – e.g. Apache, Eclipse, just to name the most famous foundations taking good care of projects falling under their 'umbrellas' – are building blocks used to create commercial products (either proprietary or fully open source).
  • Demographic Overview
  • Demographic Overview – First Year we segregated user & VENDOR responses – thanks to feedback from collaborators, especially Andrew Aitken of Olliance Group Note that user/VENDOR perceptions were not all that different on many issues; industry is aligned
  • Demographics
  • Tim:  Wave of pragmatism that explains the chart Jim: jest about Red Hat & installed base Dries – long tail of >5000 contributed modules

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  • 1. Focus Group Open Source: Risultati del Questionario Roma, 28 Aprile, Provincia di Roma Roberto Galoppini
  • 2. Adozione
  • 3. Ambiti
  • 4. Utilizzo in Ambienti Critici
  • 5. Indicatori chiave di performance
  • 6. Fattori ostativi
  • 7.  
  • 8. Miscellanea
    • Benefici attesi/verificati a valle dell'Adozione
    • 9. Governance: assenza di policy
    • 10. Risorse/Impegni economici
  • 11.  
  • 12. Record response 28/04/10 2009 435 2010 551
  • 13. 28/04/10 Who Took the 2010 Survey?
  • 14. Survey Respondents 28/04/10 Vendors Non-Vendors 4 5 8 2 % %
  • 15. Survey Respondents Titles 28/04/10 Vendors Non-Vendors
  • 16. What Makes OSS Attractive? Lower costs Superior security Freedom of VENDOR Lock Community support Access to code libraries Rapid pace of innovation Freedom of DIY Lower costs Superior security Freedom of VENDOR lock-in Better quality software Access to code libraries Rapid pace of innovation Freedom of DIY Lower costs Superior security Freedom of VENDOR lock-in Better quality software Access to code libraries Rapid pace of innovation Freedom of DIY 28/04/10 2008 2009 2010
  • 17. Roberto Galoppini SOS Open Source: http://sosopensource.com blog: http://robertogaloppini.net email: roberto.galoppini <at> gmail.com