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Open World Forum 2009 Presentation
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Open World Forum 2009 Presentation
Open World Forum 2009 Presentation
Open World Forum 2009 Presentation
Open World Forum 2009 Presentation
Open World Forum 2009 Presentation
Open World Forum 2009 Presentation
Open World Forum 2009 Presentation
Open World Forum 2009 Presentation
Open World Forum 2009 Presentation
Open World Forum 2009 Presentation
Open World Forum 2009 Presentation
Open World Forum 2009 Presentation
Open World Forum 2009 Presentation
Open World Forum 2009 Presentation
Open World Forum 2009 Presentation
Open World Forum 2009 Presentation
Open World Forum 2009 Presentation
Open World Forum 2009 Presentation
Open World Forum 2009 Presentation
Open World Forum 2009 Presentation
Open World Forum 2009 Presentation
Open World Forum 2009 Presentation
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Open world forum 2009 : when open source leaders meet

Open world forum 2009 : when open source leaders meet

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  • 1. Open World Forum 2009 Where Open Source Leaders Meet
  • 2. Free/Libre/Open Source Software: At the heart of the digital revolution « Open Source Becomes the Hidden Backbone of The Software Industry » (Forrester, 2008) « Software vendors that won’t introduce Open Source in their offer won’t be competitive anymore »  (Gartner, 2008) « Beyond cost reduction, the Open Source paradigm embraces an even more important long-term benefit: a more innovative and flexible IT shop that can rapidly seize new opportunities » (Forrester, 2008) « The Spirit Of Open Source Emerges Inside Large Corporations » (Forrester, 2008) KEY FIGURES : - $30 Bn market worldwide in 2008 (Source IDC) - 95% of adoption by large enterprises in 2008 (Source Gartner) - Nearly 10% of the IT industry in 2008 (Source PAC)
  • 3. FLOSS: a distributed ecosystem worldwide… Americas EMEA 46% of the software market 35% of the software market 41% of FLOSS contributions 47% of FLOSS contributions Asia-Pacific 19% of the software market 12% of FLOSS contributions Other 2% Americas: HVAC Europe 41% 45% 50% Asia 12% Source : UNU-MERIT
  • 4. … and strong technological influence 32 % of all IT services related to Open Source by 2010 (Source UNU-MERIT) 4% of the European GDP influenced by Open Source by 2010 (Source UNU-MERIT) 40% of IT Jobs related to Open Source in 2020 (Source FLOSS roadmap)
  • 5. The FLOSS global challenges While FLOSS stakeholders are – by nature - so different (contributors, users, businesses, governments, academics…) and have so different agendas, how to foster global synergies? While FLOSS developments are diverse and – by nature – organic, how to better think ahead and better shape the future ? While FLOSS communities and players are so diverse and dispersed, how to cross-fertilize initiatives?
  • 6. Open World Forum: A unique event proposition > CREATE THE GLOBAL MEETING POINT FOR KEY FLOSS STAKEHOLDERS, at the hub of communities, business and politics > FOSTER PROSPECTIVE THINKING with a focus on technical, economic and political innovation > CROSS-FERTILIZE FLOSS INITIATIVES & BUSINESS
  • 7. A unique positioning in the FLOSS events cartography worldwide Concertation Technical conferences Business & Political Conferences Communities Enterprises Business Exhibitions Information
  • 8. Why have this event in Paris ? > Europe is the 1st contributor to Open Source (Source: UNU-MERIT) > France is the 1st user of Open Source in Europe and North America (Source: Forrester) > Paris and the Paris Region are strongly involved in the Open Source ecosystem development, through large competitive clusters and initiatives
  • 9. Open World Forum FIRST EDITION OPEN WORLD FORUM 2008 FLOSS Innovation and Competitiveness December 2008 - Paris
  • 10. Open World Forum 2008 A first successful basis 160 speakers from 20 countries 17 conferences tracks 1,200 delegates 50 sponsors & organization partners A unique deliverable: the 2020 FLOSS roadmap
  • 11. OPEN WORLD FORUM 2008 FLOSS Innovation and Competitiveness A Program of 7 plenary sessions Theme 1: Public Policies Theme 2: FLOSS: lever of innovation and competitiveness Theme 3: Develop the FLOSS ecosystem Theme 4: Cloud computing, Technology and Business Disruption Theme 5: FLOSS and Governance of Information Systems Theme 6: FLOSS and Emerging Countries: The Brazil experience Theme 7: FLOSS careers …Plus 17 associated conferences: Netbook World Summit, Qualipso-OSOR conference, FLOSS and strategy, The future of desktop software, FLOSS and Cloud Computing, Embedded: leveraging FLOSS inside, OW2 TechDay, FLOSS curriculum, ERP5 World Forum, Nuxeo dev. Day, PHP Conference, etc.
  • 12. OPEN WORLD FORUM 2008 FLOSS Innovation and Competitiveness A support of large IT players And more…
  • 13. OPEN WORLD FORUM 2008 FLOSS Innovation and Competitiveness Many community players And more…
  • 14. OPEN WORLD FORUM 2008 FLOSS Innovation and Competitiveness Numerous R&D centers & Clusters And more…
  • 15. OPEN WORLD FORUM 2008 FLOSS Innovation and Competitiveness A network of SMEs from 4 continents … and many more…
  • 16. OPEN WORLD FORUM 2008 FLOSS Innovation and Competitiveness A unique deliverable: The 2020 FLOSS Roadmap
  • 17. Open World Forum 2009 NEW AMBITIONS WHERE OPEN SOURCE LEADERS MEET Theme FLOSS: at the heart of the digital recovery 1,2 October 2009 In partnership with to create the Open Source Leaders Week
  • 18. OWF 2009 A HUB FOR ALL OPEN SOURCE LEADERS WORDWIDE TO FOSTER PROSPECTIVE THINKING AND CROSS-FERTILIZE INITIATIVES & BUSINESS PLENARY SESSIONS : FLOSS AT THE HEART OF THE DIGITAL RECOVERY 2009 state of FLOSS and FLOSS radar Prospective: 2020 FLOSS Roadmap Special political guests: European Region KEY TRACKS and associated conferences Governments Communities Evangelists R&D/invest. CIOs Individuals FLOSS FLOSS FLOSS Open Open FLOSS Politics Communities Centers Innovation CIO Careers Summit Summit Summit Summit Summit Forum Plus other associated conferences (call for proposals launched): Open Contents, Legal, Embedded, FLOSS and standards, Open Cloud, Open Hardware, etc… SHOWCASE: OpenDay exhibition & demo: FLOSS for ERP, BI, ECM, security… NETWORKING: Partnership & business lounge AWARDS: FLOSS Innovation Awards
  • 19. Timeline Open Source Leaders Week September 29 September 30 October 1 October 2 9.30-11.30 9.30-11.00 Open Source Think Tank Europe KEYNOTE KEYNOTE 2009 State of FLOSS FLOSS Public Policies 11.30-18.00 11.00-16.00 ASSOCIATED ASSOCIATED CONFERENCES CONFERENCES (FLOSS Communities (FLOSS Politics Summit, Summit, FLOSS Centers Open Innovation Summit, Summit, Open CIO Summit, FLOSS Careers Forum, etc.) etc) 16.00-17.00 18.00-19.00 KEYNOTE KEYNOTE : 2020 FLOSS Roadmap, FLOSS Communities FLOSS radar & Innovation Awards OSTT/OWF OWF VIP Social event Second Paris City Hall Social event
  • 20. A new VIP place, in the center of Paris Eurosites Georges V
  • 21. FLOSS Politics Summit SPECIAL TRACK « Public policies are a key tool for FORMAT realizing the potential of FLOSS, for existing organizations as well as for PREPARATION society and the economy as a whole » May-September 2009: preparation 2020 FLOSS Roadmap – 2008 Edition workgroups for the ‘Public Policies’ part of the 2020 FLOSS Roadmap THE SUMMIT OBJECTIVE SUMMIT - Foster synergies and exchange best October 2 2009 practices between governments and - Keynotes local authorities involved in FLOSS. - Workshops - Promote FLOSS as a lever of sustainable development and reduction of the digital divide DELIVERABLES SPECIAL GUESTS: Regions of Europe WHO WILL ATTEND 2020 FLOSS Roadmap (2009 edition) « Public policies: promoting sustainable Central and local Government officials development of shared resources » ORGANIZATION PARTNERS April, OSOR, European Commission
  • 22. FLOSS Communities Summit SPECIAL TRACK FORMAT « Open Source becomes the hidden backbone of the software industry » Forrester - 2008 PREPARATION May-September 2009: preparation THE SUMMIT OBJECTIVE workgroups for the ‘Communities’ part of the 2020 FLOSS Roadmap Foster synergies between key FLOSS communities worldwide, including SUMMIT Apache, Eclipse, Linux Foundation, OW2 October 1 2009 and others. - Workshops - Keynote WHO WILL ATTEND Chairmans, CEOs and VP of key DELIVERABLES communities ORGANIZATION PARTNERS 2020 FLOSS Roadmap (2009 Edition) * Apache, Eclipse, Linux Foundation, OW2 « Ensuring sustainability for FLOSS developer communities and business (*To be confirmed) ecosystems »
  • 23. FLOSS Centers Summit SPECIAL TRACK « Open source has become an industrial FORMAT policy strategy for several governments » Gartner - 2008 PREPARATION May 2009: virtual workshops to prepare THE SUMMIT OBJECTIVE the event - Foster synergies between national SUMMIT FLOSS competence centers October 1 2009 (government or industry funded) - Workshops - Create a worldwide network of - Announcement of a network of FLOSS exchange of expertize and best practices Competence Centers WHO WILL ATTEND Managers of FLOSS Competence DELIVERABLES Centers worldwide: Africa, Brazil, China, Finland, India, Italy, Germany, Japan, Announcement of a worldwide network of Spain, Sweeden, UK, etc. FLOSS competence centers ORGANIZATION PARTNERS Qualipso
  • 24. Open Innovation Summit SPECIAL TRACK FORMAT « Beyond cost reduction, the Open Source paradigm embraces an even more important long-term benefit: a more PREPARATION innovative IT shop » Forrester - 2008 May 2009: workshops to identify emerging trends THE SUMMIT OBJECTIVE SUMMIT - Cross-fertilize FLOSS initiatives for October 2 2009 innovation - Workshops - Identify emerging trends - Startup presentations - Promote promising startups - Announcement of Awards WHO WILL ATTEND DELIVERABLES FLOSS startup CxOs, R&D Clusters managers, Venture Capitalists, CxOs of enterprise users - FLOSS innovation awards - FLOSS Radar ORGANIZATION PARTNERS Special report associated with the 2020 R&D Clusters (System@tic, Cap FLOSS roadmap, 2009 Edition Digital...), Venture capitalists
  • 25. Open CIO Summit SPECIAL TRACK FORMAT « The key challenge for Open Source in 2009: Governance » Saugatuck - 2008 PREPARATION May 2009-August 2009: THE SUMMIT OBJECTIVE Workshops with CIO organizations Define and deliver best practices in SUMMIT FLOSS governance for the enterprise October 1 2009 - Architecture and component policy - Workshops - Innovation management - Announcement of FLOSS Governance - TCO and financial management Policy Guidelines WHO WILL ATTEND CIOs and IT Managers DELIVERABLES ORGANIZATION PARTNERS FLOSS Governance Policy Guidelines CIO organizations (ANDSI, Cigref...) Special report associated with the 2020 FLOSS roadmap, 2009 Edition
  • 26. Open World Forum 2009 2020 FLOSS Roadmap As with the first edition, the new 2020 FLOSS Roadmap will be published at the end of the Open World Forum, to act as a platform to encourage new community, public and private sector initiatives.
  • 27. AN OPEN GOVERNANCE > STEERING COMMITTE Worldwide consortiums (QualiPSo & OW2, + partnership with Apache, Eclipse, Linux Foundation, OSA and Open Source Think Tank), FLOSS associations (Adullact, AFUL, April, Silicon Sentier, PLOSS), innovation Clusters (Cap Digital & System@tic), governments (European Commission, Mairie de Paris, Ile de France Region...) > PROGRAM COMMITTEE > FORUM COMMITTEE - Forum President ITEMS > STEERING COMMITTE - Forum Vice-Presidents QUALIPSO - Roadmap President System@tic paris Region - 80 experts and personalities Cap Digital Silicon Sentier
  • 28. FOSDEM, 7 Fev, Brussels OSBC, 23 March, SF EclipseCon, 23 March, SF ApacheCon, 23 March, Amst. Solution Linux, 31 march, Paris JavaOne, 2 June, SF Collaborative Website launch OSS2009, 3 June, Skovde Sponsors & medias partnerships LinuxTag, 24 June, Berlin Timeline RMLL, 7 July, Nantes OSCON, 20 July, SF OSS World, TBD August, SF Choice of conferences Program & Invitations February March April May June July/Aug Sept + OSS Think Tank Europe Forum Announcement: committee, calls for proposals OWF 2009: 1,2 October 2009 Soft. Libre, TBD Oct, Malaga EclipseSummit, Nov, Berlin
  • 29. Our commitment > CREATE THE GLOBAL MEETING POINT FOR KEY FLOSS STAKEHOLDERS, at the hub of communities, business and politics > FOSTER PROSPECTIVE THINKING with a focus on technological, economical and political innovation > CROSS-FERTILIZE FLOSS INITIATIVES AND BUSINESS More information: http://www.openworldforum.org

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