Free. Open. Future? Mark Surman FOSDEM 2009 Talk

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Slides from Mozilla Executive Director Mark Surman's Free. Open. Future? talk at FOSDEM 2009. Celebrates how far we've come with free software, and looks at the challenges ahead as we grow the open web and try to make the world of mobile more open and innovative. Audio coming soon.

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Free. Open. Future? Mark Surman FOSDEM 2009 Talk

  1. free. open. future?
  2. free. open. future? stuff i've been thinking about
  3. <context> stuff i've been thinking about
  4. what is mozilla for? <context> stuff i've been thinking about
  5. what is mozilla for?
  6. 2010 1. openness and participation 2. data safer and more useful 3. open, unified mobile web 4. firefox
  7. 2060 1. openness and participation 2. ??? 3. ??? 4. ???
  8. </context>
  9. <a point> <and two questions>
  10. <a point> free and open source software = huge success story. <and two questions>
  11. <a point> free and open source software = huge success story. <and two questions> how far can free and open go?
  12. <a point> free and open source software = huge success story. <and two questions> how far can free and open go? what's next?
  13. <a point> free and open source software = huge success story.
  14. 2008
  15. 2008 source: rednuht on flickr stock markets crash obama elected beijing olympics int'l year of the potato spice girls reunion tour
  16. 2008 stock markets crash obama elected beijing olympics int'l year of the potato spice girls reunion tour 32% top blogs on wordpress
  17. 2008 stock markets crash obama elected beijing olympics int'l year of the potato spice girls reunion tour 32% top blogs on wordpress 200 million firefox users
  18. 2008 stock markets crash obama elected beijing olympics int'l year of the potato spice girls reunion tour 32% top blogs on wordpress 200 million firefox users 4.5 million linux netbooks
  19. a clear conceptual map
  20. study a clear copy conceptual modify map share
  21. many more source: larskflem on flickr millions can study copy modify share
  22. moved the market
  23. moved the market = a more hackable world
  24. who?
  25. fosdem 2008 you source: joseppc on flickr
  26. fosdem 2008 celebrate you source: joseppc on flickr
  27. <first question>
  28. <first question> how far can we take free + open?
  29. 2003
  30. 2003 arrow II on flickr source: never was an concorde makes final flight european constitution drafted human genome completed int'l year of freshwater australia wins cricket world cup
  31. 2003 arrow II on flickr source: never was an concorde makes final flight european constitution drafted human genome completed int'l year of freshwater australia wins cricket world cup and the web is in danger
  32. monopoly
  33. also
  34. people couldn't study copy modify share the web
  35. study freedoms matter copy modify share
  36. study freedoms matter copy not just for software modify share
  37. study freedoms matter copy also for the web modify share
  38. study conceptual map copy also for the web? modify share
  39. things getting better
  40. things getting better
  41. all users can hack. more user freedom. things getting better
  42. all users can hack. more user freedom. things getting better
  43. things getting better free + open = far
  44. <second question>
  45. <second question> what's next?
  46. 2009
  47. 2009 on flickr source: chrisjohnbeckket european elections guantánamo bay shut down 1 million english words int'l year of natural fibres the smiths reunion tour
  48. 2009 on flickr source: chrisjohnbeckket european elections guantánamo bay shut down 1 million english words int'l year of natural fibres the smiths reunion tour and free software goes big in mobile
  49. epic battle
  50. epic battle source: storm gal on flickr
  51. source: mr tentacle on flickr vs. source: storm gal on flickr
  52. source: mr tentacle on flickr how can open win? vs. source: storm gal on flickr
  53. how can open win?
  54. hardware
  55. hardware software
  56. hardware software web
  57. hardware source: nix pix on flickr software web network
  58. hardware software web network cloud
  59. hardware source: Nick Hendry on flickr software web network cloud pricing
  60. hardware software web network cloud pricing permissions
  61. hardware software web network cloud pricing permissions open mobile ecosystem
  62. open mobile ecosystem
  63. study copy modify share
  64. study what conceptual maps do we need copy for open mobile? modify share
  65. study what conceptual maps do we need copy for open mobile? modify share we don't know
  66. study what conceptual maps do we need copy for open mobile? modify share we don't know (and mobile is just the start)
  67. we need better (and bigger) maps we don't know (and mobile just the start)
  68. <conclusion>
  69. why does mozilla care?
  70. why does mozilla care?
  71. we need a better map to do this
  72. things we want on the map
  73. things we want on the map Strong values
  74. things we want on the map Strong values, freedom beyond just code
  75. things we want on the map Strong values, freedom beyond just code Great free software
  76. things we want on the map Strong values, freedom beyond just code Great free software, that people love to use
  77. things we want on the map Strong values, freedom beyond just code Great free software, that people love to use Users as hackers
  78. things we want on the map Strong values, freedom beyond just code Great free software, that people love to use Users as hackers, anyone can bend anything
  79. but what else?
  80. my what else
  81. my what else connect open source and education
  82. another what else
  83. another what else mapping freedom + web services
  84. your what else
  85. your what else what's on your map?
  86. what's on your map? take 5 minutes to talk about your map
  87. thanks to lilly, beltzner and everyone i stole slide ideas from. everyone who commented. and all the great photographers on flickr. mark surman mozilla foundation mark@mozillafoundation.org this deck @ www.slideshare.net/msurman

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