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Open Source Organizations and Projects
Dr. Matthias Stürmer, /ch/open and Ernst & Young
NATO Advanced Research Workshop „Creating Awareness for
Using OpenSource Systems in the Public Sector in Afghanistan“
September 15th – 17th, 2012 in Kabul, Afghanistan

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  • 1. Open Source Organizationsand ProjectsDr. Matthias Stürmer, /ch/open and Ernst & YoungNATO Advanced Research Workshop „Creating Awareness forUsing OpenSource Systems in the Public Sector in Afghanistan“September 15th – 17th, 2012 in Kabul, Afghanistan
  • 2. Short Bio of Matthias Stürmer  Studied business administration and computer science at University of Bern until 2005, topic of licenciate thesis was open source community building  Finished doctoral dissertation at the Chair of Strategic Management and Innovation at ETH Zürich in 2009 focused on open source communities and firm involvement  Worked at Swiss software company Liip creating agile Internet solutions based on open source technologies  Senior Consultant at Ernst & Young since 2010 specialised on open source, open government, and social media Dr. Matthias Stürmer  Matthias Stürmer is Senior Advisor  Member of the board of Swiss Open System User Group /ch/open Ernst & Young  Secretary of Parliamentarian Group for Digital Sustainability Belpstrasse 23 3001 Bern  Head of working group Office Interoperability of the OSB Aliance Switzerland  Responsible of www.opensource.ch matthias.stuermer@ch.ey.com  Co-founder of open data initiative opendata.ch Work: +41 58 286 61 97  Since 2011 member of the city parliament of Bern. Mobile: +41 58 289 61 97Open Source Organizations and Projects 2
  • 3. Agenda Open Source Organizations and Projects 1. Four types of open source organizations 2. Some examples of open source organizations 3. Activities of open source competence centersOpen Source Organizations and Projects 3
  • 4. Four types of open source organizations A.Single vendor open source projects  One company owns copyright, dual licensing possible  For example MySQL (owner is Oracle) Copyright Owner Contributor Contributor OSS Project User User UserOpen Source Organizations and Projects 4
  • 5. Four types of open source organizations B.Developer community  Developing firms and individuals own copyright of open source software  For example Apache Foundation or Linux Foundation Copyright Owner Owner Owner OSS Project User User UserOpen Source Organizations and Projects 5
  • 6. Four types of open source organizations C.User community  Software users own copyright of open source software  For example Apache Foundation Vendor Vendor Vendor OSS Project Owner Owner Owner CopyrightOpen Source Organizations and Projects 6
  • 7. Four types of open source organizations D.Competence center  Intermediary organization that promotes open source software  For example /ch/open or Open Source Business Alliance (OSBA) OSS Project User Vendor OSS Competence OSS Project Center Project Vendor User OSS ProjectOpen Source Organizations and Projects 7
  • 8. Overview of open source organizations Single vendor Developer User community Competence open source community centers project Goals Sell enterprise Follow business model Share development Promote open source in edition (dual and/or personal costs, solve user general, coordinate licensing) interest problems initiatives Leaders Initiating Developing companies Software users Board of directors of developing and individual the organization company programmers Scope Global Global Global or regional Regional or local Examples MySQL by Oracle, Linux Foundation, Kuali Foundation for Open Source Business Openbravo ERP by Apache Foundation, universities, PillarOne Alliance, Swiss Open Openbravo, Mozilla Foundation, for insurance companies, Systems User Group, Magnolia CMS by TYPO3 Association GENIVI for car CENATIC, ADULLACT Magnolia manufacturers Activities Manage open Manage open source Manage open source Manage initiatives such source project project by creating project by defining as awards, directories, roadmap common requirements lobbying, information and awarding contracts platforms, working groups etc.Open Source Organizations and Projects 8
  • 9. Agenda Open Source Organizations and Projects 1. Four types of open source organizations 2. Some examples of open source organizations 3. Activities of open source competence centersOpen Source Organizations and Projects 9
  • 10. Single vendor open source projects Copyright Owner Contributor Contributor OSS Project User User UserOpen Source Organizations and Projects 10
  • 11. Copyright Owner Openbravo ERP Contributor OSS Project Contributor User User UserOpen Source Organizations and Projects 11
  • 12. Copyright Owner Magnolia CMS Contributor OSS Project Contributor User User UserOpen Source Organizations and Projects 12
  • 13. Developer communities Copyright Owner Owner Owner OSS Project User User UserOpen Source Organizations and Projects 13
  • 14. Copyright Owner Linux Foundation www.linuxfoundation.org Owner Owner OSS Project User User UserOpen Source Organizations and Projects 14
  • 15. Copyright Owner Mozilla Foundation www.mozilla.org Owner Owner OSS Project User User UserOpen Source Organizations and Projects 15
  • 16. User communities Vendor Vendor Vendor OSS Project Owner Owner Owner CopyrightOpen Source Organizations and Projects 16
  • 17. Vendor Vendor Vendor OSS Kuali Foundation www.kuali.org Project Owner Owner Owner CopyrightOpen Source Organizations and Projects 17
  • 18. Vendor Vendor Vendor OSS GENIVI Alliance www.genivi.org Project Owner Owner Owner CopyrightOpen Source Organizations and Projects 18
  • 19. Vendor Vendor Vendor OSS PillarOne Risk Management www.pillarone.org Project Owner Owner Owner CopyrightOpen Source Organizations and Projects 19
  • 20. Vendor Vendor Vendor OSS OpenJustitia www.openjustitia.ch Project Owner Owner Owner CopyrightOpen Source Organizations and Projects 20
  • 21. Vendor Vendor Vendor OSS HISP www.hisp.org Project Owner Owner Owner CopyrightOpen Source Organizations and Projects 21
  • 22. Competence centers OSS Project User Vendor OSS Competence OSS Project Center Project Vendor User OSS ProjectOpen Source Organizations and Projects 22
  • 23. OSS Project User Vendor CENATIC in Spain www.cenatic.es OSS Project Competence Center OSS Project Vendor User OSS ProjectOpen Source Organizations and Projects 23
  • 24. OSS Project User Vendor ADULLACT in France OSS Project Competence Center OSS Project Vendor User OSS ProjectOpen Source Organizations and Projects 24
  • 25. OSS Project User Vendor OSS Watch in UK OSS Project Competence Center OSS Project Vendor User OSS ProjectOpen Source Organizations and Projects 25
  • 26. OSS Project User Vendor Swiss Open Systems User Group OSS Project Competence Center OSS Project Vendor User OSS ProjectOpen Source Organizations and Projects 26
  • 27. List of open source competence centres  http://joinup.ec.europa.eu/software/page/oss-competence-centresOpen Source Organizations and Projects 27
  • 28. Agenda Open Source Organizations and Projects 1. Four types of open source organizations 2. Some examples of open source organizations 3. Activities of open source competence centersOpen Source Organizations and Projects 28
  • 29. Activities of open source competence centers  Organization of conferences and workshops  Consulting for administrations, businesses  Studies and publications of open source success stories  Coordination of development activities of user communities  Creation of directories of open source firms and credentials  Management of information platforms about open source  Advocacy in government organizations and politicsOpen Source Organizations and Projects 29
  • 30. Coordination of development initiatives About the project  Project to improve OOXML support in LibreOffice/OpenOffice  Coordination through new Open Source Business Alliance (OSBA) Working Group „Office Interoperability“  Public tender and more information available on OSBA website  SUSE and Lanedo awarded with implementation Public institutions  City of Freiburg i.B. Work packages within the specification  City of München 1. Formatting of frames and images in .docx  City of Jena 2. Formatting of tables in .docx  Swiss Federal Court 3. Formatting of lists in .docx  Federal Strategy Unit for IT (ISB) 4. Formatting of comments in .docx and .xlsx  Another Swiss federal agency 5. Embedding of fonts in OOXML and ODF  Canton of VaudOpen Source Organizations and Projects 30
  • 31. Swiss open source study 2012  Analysis of diffusion of open source: Who uses which open source technologies, why, with which benefit, why not etc.?  By Swiss Open Systems User Group /ch/open and SwissICT  202 participants (firms, instutitions), publication in October 2012  Additionally reports, case studies, best practices etc. Wichtigste Vorteile von Open Source Unterstützung von offenen Standards und Schnittstellen 48 35 36 23 15 Kosteneinsparungen (keine Lizenzkosten, höhere Verhandlungsstärke) 51 31 22 24 15 Unabhängigkeit der Lieferanten (Senkung Vendor Lock-In) 37 41 22 26 16 Breite Community für Wissensaustausch (Lernmöglichkeiten) 20 30 29 21 31 1. PrioritätEinfachere Anpassungen an eigene Bedürfnisse (Zugang zum Quellcode) 13 17 23 25 23 2. Priorität 3. Priorität Förderung von Innovation und Wettbewerb in der IT-Branche 15 16 25 22 19 4. Priorität Erhöhte Stabilität (breite Testbasis) 2 5 11 15 20 5. Priorität Erhöhte Sicherheit (Transparenz des Quellcodes) 7 6 12 13 13 Attraktiver IT-Arbeitsplatz (Motivation für Mitarbeitende) 4 10 6 5 13 Regionale Wertschöpfung durch lokale Open Source Anbieter 22 3 9 13 Open Source Organizations and Projects 31 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 180
  • 32. Local open source roundtables  Local networking among government agencies and open source companies  Catalog of services and supported open source products  Photograph: Meeting of 11 open source providers in Bern with city IT management department on August 29, 2012Open Source Organizations and Projects 32
  • 33. Discussion  Questions, comments, ideas, wishes? Dr. Matthias Stürmer Senior Advisor Ernst & Young matthias.stuermer@ch.ey.com Work: +41 58 286 61 97 Mobile: +41 58 289 61 97Open Source Organizations and Projects 33