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The Open Source Movement
The Open Source Movement
The Open Source Movement
The Open Source Movement
The Open Source Movement
The Open Source Movement
The Open Source Movement
The Open Source Movement
The Open Source Movement
The Open Source Movement
The Open Source Movement
The Open Source Movement
The Open Source Movement
The Open Source Movement
The Open Source Movement
The Open Source Movement
The Open Source Movement
The Open Source Movement
The Open Source Movement
The Open Source Movement
The Open Source Movement
The Open Source Movement
The Open Source Movement
The Open Source Movement
The Open Source Movement
The Open Source Movement
The Open Source Movement
The Open Source Movement
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The Open Source Movement

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Provides an overview of open source in the US DoD space.

Provides an overview of open source in the US DoD space.

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  • Software is a Renewable Military Resource
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    • 1. The Open Source MovementAccelerating Software Development <br />Joshua L. Davis<br />joshua.davis@gtri.gatech.edu<br />
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    • 3. Open Source Software<br />=<br />Free Software<br />Libre Software<br />Free/Open Source Software (FOSS or F/OSS)<br />Free/Libre/Open Source Software (FLOSS)<br />
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    • 5. Non-Commercial Software<br />Freeware<br />Shareware<br />!=<br />Open Source Software<br />
    • 6. Open Architecture<br />Open System<br />Open Interface/Standard/Format<br />!=<br />Open Source Software<br />
    • 7. Remember to think of “free” as in “free speech,” not as in “free beer.”<br />Richard M. Stallman (1996)<br />
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    • 9. The United States cannot <br />retreat behind a Maginot Line<br />of firewalls or it will risk<br />being overrun. <br />Cyberwarfare<br />is like maneuver warfare, <br />in that speed and agility<br />matter most.<br />William J. Lynn III<br />(2010)<br />©davidplas photography<br />
    • 10. USER CANNOT CLEAN, FIX, MODIFY, OR UPGRADE<br />
    • 11. Open Source Software<br />=<br />Increased Agility/Flexibility<br />Faster Delivery<br />Increased Innovation<br />Information Assurance & Security<br />Lower Cost<br />
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    • 17. Open Source Software<br />=<br />"software for which the human-readable source code is available for use, study, re-use, modification, enhancement, and re-distribution by the users of that software"*<br />*Reference: 16 October 2009 memorandum from the DoD CIO, "Clarifying Guidance Regarding Open Source Software (OSS)"<br />
    • 18. Open Source Software<br />=<br />Commercial Off-The-Shelf (COTS)<br />
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    • 27. Homeland Open Security Technology (HOST)<br />Lead efforts of discovery, collaboration, and seedingdevelopment in open source software and practices that produce a measurable impact<br />
    • 28. Open Source Software<br />=<br />Commercial Off-The-Shelf (COTS)<br />www.mil-oss.org<br />Mil-OSS WG3 · August 2011<br />Homeland Open Security Technologies (HOST)<br />
    • 29. Questions<br />Joshua L. Davis<br />joshua.davis@gtri.gatech.edu<br />

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