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OZONE & OWF: A Community-wide GOTS initiative and its transition to GOSS


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OZONE & OWF: A Community-wide GOTS initiative and its transition to GOSS
Jason Kahn, Department of Defense
Tina Coleman, Next Century Computing

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  • 1. OWF Opens UpFrom GOTS to GOSS:The Launch Path So FarJason Kahn, OWF Project LeadTina Coleman, OWF Community Support Lead4 August 2010
  • 2. OWF: GOTS to GOSS What OWF Is; Why Open-Source It, Anyway? THE BIRTH OF A PROJECT 4 August 2010 2
  • 3. OWF: GOTS to GOSSOZONE Widget Framework - OverviewA common thin-client environment for dynamic analytic workflows using lightweight web-applications (widgets) distributed across the enterprise. 4 August 2010 3
  • 4. OWF: GOTS to GOSSDecoupled Deployment OWF Widget Widget Hosting Hosting Hosting Server Server Server Widgets need not be hosted on the same server, domain, or technology as OWF service request service request service request Service Hosting Service Hosting Service Hosting Environment A Environment B Environment C 4 August 2010 4
  • 5. OWF: GOTS to GOSSOWF Equation The framework for visually organizing and Marketplace to discover widgets laying out lightweight web applications (widgets) Messaging bridge for thin/thick client Community development communications 4 August 2010 5
  • 6. OWF: GOTS to GOSS Framework + discovery + messaging + widgets = Analyst-driven mission success 4 August 2010 6
  • 7. OWF: GOTS to GOSSWhy Open-Source It? Increasing rework each release! Agency A enhancements OWF Release 4 August 2010 7
  • 8. OWF: GOTS to GOSSWhy Open-Source It? Agency • Enhancements A • Priorities Agency • Enhancements B • Priorities Agency • Enhancements C • Priorities 4 August 2010 8
  • 9. OWF: GOTS to GOSS “So how new are we?” BABY STEPS 4 August 2010 9
  • 10. OWF: GOTS to GOSSShort-Term Successes…• CIO Level Agreement: Go GOSS!• Initial Set of Advisory Board Members• Charter• Source and Ticket Tracking System• Draft Roadmap• Core Contributor Model• Patch Submissions 4 August 2010 10
  • 11. OWF: GOTS to GOSS… Long-Term Vision•• Updates to Advisory Board• Extend Core Contributor Set• Community Development• Widget Sharing• True FOSS 4 August 2010 11
  • 12. OWF: GOTS to GOSS Stumbling blocks and trip points… HURDLES 4 August 2010 12
  • 13. OWF: GOTS to GOSSParental Expectations Agency Parent A Agency Becoming Agency Agency Parent D A Agency Agency D Agency B Agency Agency Agency C C B 4 August 2010 13
  • 14. OWF: GOTS to GOSSLots of Expectant Parties Now! Agency A Agency Agency F B OWF Agency Agency E C Agency D 4 August 2010 14
  • 15. OWF: GOTS to GOSS OSS Expectations - License Current Debate • DoD Community Source • Fair Use for biz dev, License evaluation, …? • Derivative works? • Binary versus development? 4 August 2010 15
  • 16. Questions?