2020 FLOSS ROADMAP
                             2009 Version

                           Open World Forum
                ...
2009 Version
on 2020FLOSSRoadmap.org
                              Contributors 2008, 2009
                              P...
2009 Synthesis
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     So far, so good
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          Technological trends and FLOSS in Cloud confirmed
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     Contrad...
FLOSS is like forests
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     A forest and its canopy hosts rich biodiversity and
     diverse ecosystems
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     FLOSS ha...
2009 Conclusions
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     Encourage FLOSS users to contribute
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          Ego-altruism
           –   to act in the i...
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2020 Floss Roadmap Version 2009 Owf

  1. 1. 2020 FLOSS ROADMAP 2009 Version Open World Forum Paris, 2 October 2009 Jean-Pierre LAISNE (BULL) Coordination & Synthesis OWF, Paris, 2 Oct 2009 http://2020flossroadmap.org 1
  2. 2. 2009 Version on 2020FLOSSRoadmap.org Contributors 2008, 2009 Philippe Aigrain (Sopinspace) / Jean Pierre Archambault (CNDP) / Matthew Aslett (451 Group) / Jesus M. Gonzalez-Barahona (University Rey Juan Carlos, Madrid) / Philippe Carre (Alcatel Lucent) / Rogério Atem de Carvalho (Brazilian Federal Center for Technological Education) / Alix Cazenave (April) / Frédéric Couchet (April) / François Elie (Adullact) / Carlo Daffara (Conecta) / Jean-Noël de Galzain (Wallix, Groupe IF Research) / Cyril Pierre De Geyer (Anaska, Groupe Alter Way) / Roberto Di Cosmo (University Paris VII ) / Stéphane Fermigier (Nuxeo) / Christiana Freitas (Department of Sociology, University of Brasilia, Brazil) / Elmar Geese (Linux Verband) / Pierre-Yves Gibello (Experlog) / Steven Grandchamp (OpenLogic) / Gilles Gravier (Sun Microsystems) / Laurent Guiraud (Google) / Valérie Humery (ANDSI) / Laurent Joubert (Accenture) / C N Krishnan (National Resource Centre for Free/Open Source Software, India) / Michel Lacroix (Software Technologies , European Commission) / Jean-Pierre Laisné (Bull) / Bernard Lang (Inria) / François Letellier / Eric Mahé (Silicon Sentier) / Corinto Meffe (Logistics and Information Technologies, Ministry of Planning, Brazil) / Mike Milinkovich (Eclipse Foundation) / Pascal Molli (INRIA/LORIA) / Louis Montagne (Bearstech) / Philippe Montarges (Groupe Alter Way) / Mathieu Poujol (Pierre Audouin Consultants) / Rodolphe Quiedeville (April) / Olivier Ricou (Epita) / Maurice Ronai (Items) / Jean-Paul Smets (Nexedi) / Bruno Souza (Sun Microsystems) / Jean-Christophe Spilmont (Bull) / Nathan Surendran (Schema Consulting) / Cedric Thomas (OW2) / Anthony Wasserman (Center for Open Source Investigation, Carnegie Mellon Silicon Valley, USA) New in 2009 Open Cloud Tribune Does Cloud mean the end of IT jobs? Theme 8 FLOSS and Financial System OWF, Paris, 2 Oct 2009 http://2020flossroadmap.org 2
  3. 3. 2009 Synthesis ● So far, so good ● Technological trends and FLOSS in Cloud confirmed ● Contradictory evolutions ● Penetration of FLOSS continues but barriers still exist ● 2 new issues ● Proprietary hardware platforms and proprietary data ● The global economic crisis ● An opportunity for FLOSS vendors ● Sun / Oracle: the main FLOSS event of 2009? ● Growth of FLOSS SMEs with hybrid business models OWF, Paris, 2 Oct 2009 http://2020flossroadmap.org 3
  4. 4. FLOSS is like forests ● A forest and its canopy hosts rich biodiversity and diverse ecosystems ● FLOSS has multiple layers and branches - technology and creation of wealth - ● Primary forests ... Pure community FLOSS ● GCC, Linux, Perl, ... ● Cultivated forests ... Professional / business FLOSS ● Jboss, MySQL, … ● Tree nurseries ... Communities ● Apache, OW2, Eclipse, Limo, Linux Foundation, ... ● IKEAs ... Red Hat, Canonical, IBM, Google, ... ● But what are the National Parks of FLOSS? OWF, Paris, 2 Oct 2009 http://2020flossroadmap.org 4
  5. 5. 2009 Conclusions ● Encourage FLOSS users to contribute ● Ego-altruism – to act in the interest of others only if this can be of maximum benefit to oneself ● FLOSS offers to users full, free and fair access to technologies enabling to communicate on a global level ● To guarantee access to these tools, users have to support and participate in the sustainability of FLOSS. ● New Recommendation ● Acknowledge the intrinsic value of FLOSS infrastructure for essential applications as a public knowledge asset (or 'as knowledge commons'), and consider new means to ensure its sustainable development OWF, Paris, 2 Oct 2009 http://2020flossroadmap.org 5
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