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Linuxcon Europe 2013 | Keynote: We Won What's Next
 

Linuxcon Europe 2013 | Keynote: We Won What's Next

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It’s been over twenty years since Linux birth and it grown up to become the most successful collaborative endeavor of all time. Linus’ little project now cumulatively powers more servers, mobile ...

It’s been over twenty years since Linux birth and it grown up to become the most successful collaborative endeavor of all time. Linus’ little project now cumulatively powers more servers, mobile phones and other embedded systems than any other operating system. Linux runs our economy and touches the lives of literally every single human being on the planet in one way, shape or form. Time Magazine named Linux Torvalds the 17th most influential man of the century 20th century. No longer do we have to defend the viability of Linux it’s been proven beyond a shadow of a doubt. So where do we go from here? We’ll explore how the Linux and open source community can build upon their success for the betterment of technology and the world around them.

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  • My name is Mark Hinkle and I work on open source at Citrix. We are active in the Apache CloudStack Cloud Computing Community. (www.cloudstack.org)The Linux Foundation’s Xen Project (the open source hypervisor) and Open Daylight projects. (www.xenproject.org and www.opendaylight.org)We also operate XenServer as an open source project as well. (www.xenserver.org)
  • And it all started with one guy and his hobbyComp.OS.Minix- https://groups.google.com/forum/#!msg/comp.os.minix/dlNtH7RRrGA/SwRavCzVE7gJ
  • Server 2013 Enterprise End User Report - http://www.linuxfoundation.org/publications/linux-foundation/linux-adoption-trends-end-user-report-2013Top 500 Release – June 2013, Category Operating system Family - http://www.top500.org/statistics/list/Desktop Chromebook passes back-to-school sales test Windows and Macs fail - http://betanews.com/2013/09/26/chromebook-passes-back-to-school-sales-test-windows-and-macs-fail/Laptops running Chrome OS provided "all the growth" in the otherwise troubled U.S. retail PC market during back-to-school buying season, according to NPD. Otherwise, overall PC sales fell 2.5 percent, with desktops down 5 percent and notebooks off by 2 percent. Mac laptop sales sank 3 percent and Windows notebooks by 6 percent. Chromebook sales topped 175,000 units.Mobile 187.4 http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20130807005280/en/Apple-Cedes-Market-Share-Smartphone-Operating-Systemhttp://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?containerId=prUS24257413
  • Server 2013 Enterprise End User Report - http://www.linuxfoundation.org/publications/linux-foundation/linux-adoption-trends-end-user-report-2013Top 500 Release – June 2013, Category Operating system Family - http://www.top500.org/statistics/list/Desktop Chromebook passes back-to-school sales test Windows and Macs fail - http://betanews.com/2013/09/26/chromebook-passes-back-to-school-sales-test-windows-and-macs-fail/Laptops running Chrome OS provided "all the growth" in the otherwise troubled U.S. retail PC market during back-to-school buying season, according to NPD. Otherwise, overall PC sales fell 2.5 percent, with desktops down 5 percent and notebooks off by 2 percent. Mac laptop sales sank 3 percent and Windows notebooks by 6 percent. Chromebook sales topped 175,000 units.Mobile 187.4 http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20130807005280/en/Apple-Cedes-Market-Share-Smartphone-Operating-Systemhttp://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?containerId=prUS24257413
  • Server 2013 Enterprise End User Report - http://www.linuxfoundation.org/publications/linux-foundation/linux-adoption-trends-end-user-report-2013Top 500 Release – June 2013, Category Operating system Family - http://www.top500.org/statistics/list/Desktop Chromebook passes back-to-school sales test Windows and Macs fail - http://betanews.com/2013/09/26/chromebook-passes-back-to-school-sales-test-windows-and-macs-fail/Laptops running Chrome OS provided "all the growth" in the otherwise troubled U.S. retail PC market during back-to-school buying season, according to NPD. Otherwise, overall PC sales fell 2.5 percent, with desktops down 5 percent and notebooks off by 2 percent. Mac laptop sales sank 3 percent and Windows notebooks by 6 percent. Chromebook sales topped 175,000 units.Mobile 187.4 http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20130807005280/en/Apple-Cedes-Market-Share-Smartphone-Operating-Systemhttp://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?containerId=prUS24257413
  • Source: http://www.ohloh.net/p & http://www.ohloh.net/repositories/compare25,000 of the 65,762 projects tracked on Ohloh use GitGitHub will hit 5 million users this year:http://redmonk.com/dberkholz/2013/01/21/github-will-hit-5-million-users-within-a-year/#ixzz2hokGtRVq36% of Eclipse developers use eclipse Eclipse Community Survey Report 2013http://www.slideshare.net/IanSkerrett/eclipse-survey-2013-report-final
  • Bubby Raymer invited people to his wedding using Git on Github. https://github.com/rayber/wedding
  • These toys inspired the curiosity of my generation. Erector Sets(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Erector_Set), Science Fair Kits (from Radio Shack), model rockets , compound microscopes and even the Commodore Vic-20 that we meticulous hand-typed programs into from the backs of computer magazine. These“toys” inspired my generation and they inspired me to learn and share my ideas.
  • The problem was that my neighborhood was tiny and only a small group of friends from my small home town shared my interests, we had our interactions on Saturdays and very occasionally after school….
  • Today’s emerging scientists and engineers benefit much more advanced “toys” build on open source influenced by Linux and the methods …Today’s kids have access to 3-D printers, Android devices and hackable hardware like Raspberry Pi and Arduino processors…and today’s kids are connected to a much greater extent.
  • Our developing minds have access to a greater pool of knowledge and ideas and a mechanism for them to share…
  • The difference between proprietary software and open source is that if you go down the proprietary road it’s rare that your contributions can help the users of another project be successful.What’s different about open source is that it’s not a Zero-Sum Game. In open source that’s par for the course. Sometimes we get competitive on who has the best open source project. I liken this to fraternities at a college but in the end we all cheer for the same football team on Saturday. Together we all win. I work on Xen Project and XenServer and we rely on QEMU, so does KVM both communities benefit from that upstream both communities help contribute back feedback that makes QEMU better. I work on Apache CloudStack and we work with Ceph, Gluster, Scalr, Puppet, Chef, Zenoss, Riak CS, Xen, KVM, Open vSwithc to integrate their technologies and give feedback to make them better. Lot’s of you work on OpenStack. Both projects contribute to a broader ecosystem that is better for everyone. Inspired by a TechCrunch interview - http://techcrunch.com/2011/08/21/linuxcon-open-source-is-an-ecosystem-not-a-zero-sum-game/
  • Arduino- http://www.arduino.cc/Arduino is an open-source electronics prototyping platform based on flexible, easy-to-use hardware and software. It's intended for artists, designers, hobbyists and anyone interested in creating interactive objects or environments.Arduino can sense the environment by receiving input from a variety of sensors and can affect its surroundings by controlling lights, motors, and other actuators. The microcontroller on the board is programmed using the Arduino programming language (based on Wiring) and the Arduino development environment (based on Processing). Arduino projects can be stand-alone or they can communicate with software running on a computer (e.g. Flash, Processing, MaxMSP).Arduino creator explains why open source matters in hardware, tooBeagle Board – BeagleBoard.orgBeagleBoard.org is the result of an effort by a collection of passionate individuals, including several employees of Texas Instruments, interested in creating powerful, open, and embedded devices. We invite you to participate and become part of BeagleBoard.org, defining its direction.MinnowBoard – www.minnowboard.orgMinnowboard is an online commmunity dedicated to the support of Open Hardware utilizing Intel processorsOpen Compute – http://www.opencompute.org/The Open Compute Project Foundation is a rapidly growing community of engineers around the world whose mission is to design and enable the delivery of the most efficient server, storage and data center hardware designs for scalable computing. We believe that openly sharing ideas, specifications and other intellectual property is the key to maximizing innovation and reducing operational complexity in the scalable computing space. The Open Compute Project Foundation provides a structure in which individuals and organizations can share their intellectual property with Open Compute Projects.Raspberry Pi - http://www.raspberrypi.orgThe Raspberry Pi is a credit-card sized computer that plugs into your TV and a keyboard. It’s a capable little PC which can be used for many of the things that your desktop PC does, like spreadsheets, word-processing and games. It also plays high-definition video. We want to see it being used by kids all over the world to learn programming.Open Source Hardware - http://www.oshwa.org/The Open Source Hardware Association is Coming Soon! It will be a non-profitorganization (status pending) working to spread the love of open source hardware. We’reworking out details, and as soon as we know, you’ll know!
  • Before it was set up, Talea's 2,500 residents would make their calls from the "caseta," a house or shop that has a land line and charges a per-minute fee. There was little privacy, and international calls cost more than a dollar a minute. It was even worse for incoming calls, which required a runner to answer and tell townsfolk when someone was looking for them.Using simple radio receivers, a laptop and relatively inexpensive Internet technologies, the people of the Zapotec village of Talea de Castro have leapfrogged into the 21st century by setting up what amounts to their own mini-telecom company -- one capable of handling 11 cell phone calls at a time at a small fraction of what they used to pay.OpenBTS The Talea de Castro residents used OpenBTS - http://openbts.org/ to manage their network.OpenBTS is a Unix application that uses a software radio to present a GSM Um interface to handsets and uses a SIP softswitch or PBX to connect calls.(You might even say that OpenBTS is a simplified form of IMS that works with 2G feature-phone handsets). The combination of the global-standard GSM air interface with low-cost VoIP backhaul forms the basis of a new type of cellular network that can be deployed and operated at substantially lower cost than existing technologies in many applications, especially rural cellular deployments and private cellular networks in remote areas. OpenBTS is a product of Range Networks and is distributed in multiple versions under multiple liceneses. This site supports the OpenBTS public release, a subset of the OpenBTS commercial release, distributed under AGPLv3.
  • We are also at a tipping point for the sharing of scientific knowledge…and growing rapidlyScience Metrix - http://www.science-metrix.com/eng/news_13_08.htmThree new Science-Metrix reports on the availability of open access scientific literature and data are now available for download. These reports highlight the faster than previously thought growth of open access to scientific literature, showing that around 50% of papers published in 2011 are now available online for free. This is nearly twice the level estimated in previous studies and confirms the global shift towards open access to research findings.
  • The Higgs boson was first proposed in 1964The theory of what would ultimately be called the Higgs field was first proposed in three Physical Review Letters papers written by six people on three independent teams, all published in 1964. The researchers’ theories explained the “broken symmetry” of particle masses, and also showed why photons, the particles that carry the electromagnetic force, have no mass while W and Z bosons, the purveyors of the weak nuclear force, can be massive. The Higgs mechanism effectively unified the weak and electromagnetic forces. These papers laid the groundwork for the later development of the Standard Model of particle physics. Until recently there was no Way to capture, manipulate and analyze that data.http://www.techradar.com/us/news/software/the-technology-behind-cern-the-hunt-for-the-higgs-boson-1119595Experiments, or 'events', within LHC produce a lot of information. Even after discarding around 90% of the data captured by its sensors, original estimates reckoned that LHC would require storage for around 15 petabytes of data a year. In 2011, LHC generated around 23 petabytes of data for analysis, and that figure is expected to rise to around 30PB for 2012, or double the original data budget.The technology behind CERN: the hunt for the Higgs bosonhttp://www.techradar.com/us/news/software/the-technology-behind-cern-the-hunt-for-the-higgs-boson-1119595Experiments, or 'events', within Large LHC produce a lot of information. Even after discarding around 90% of the data captured by its sensors, original estimates reckoned that LHC would require storage for around 15 petabytes of data a year. In 2011, LHC generated around 23 petabytes of data for analysis, and that figure is expected to rise going forwardAround 10,000 physicists across the world work on CERN-related projects, two thirds of whom are attached to the largest experiments, ATLAS and CMS. Analyzing the data produced by LHC is a challenge on multiple levels.ROOT(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ROOT)is the go-to software framework for High Energy Physics (HEP) and particle analysis. It is written in C++ It runs on Ubuntu Linux. It is published under the GPL and LGPL CERN can sponsor open source software such as Disk Pool Manager (DPM) - https://www.gridpp.ac.uk/wiki/Disk_Pool_Manager, which is used for looking after storage clusters.The UK project for the Worldwide LHC Computing Grid project leverages Scientific Linux and a the ability to fork, copy and right to run 8 or 16 copies of the same app to conserve memory. Much of this grid Is running on Scientific Linux which And the incredible physics of smashing protons together is just the start of the work; it's what happens afterwards that requires one of the biggest open source computing projects in the world.
  • In 1912, D.W. Dorrance manufactured the first split hook design because he was dissatisfied with the terminal devices available. He traveled the country showing his innovation to physicians, prosthetist, and amputees alike. His clever and efficient innovation caught on to become a standard in functional terminal devices for amputees. The hook is still manufactured today by the Hosmer company. Photo from IEE Spectrum: | Winner: The Revolution will be Prosthetized - http://spectrum.ieee.org/robotics/medical-robots/winner-the-revolution-will-be-prosthetized
  • This is probably the most important lesson I learned from open source community and it has nothing to do with software. It has to do with making the world better in a much more personal way….I first heard about Jonathan’s project back at a Barcamp in Raleigh many years ago and it struck me as interesting. Jon is a mechanical engineer who lost his arm in Iraq and was fitted with a prosthesis. His contention is that these prosthesis are not designed by amputees and the technology for his mechanical hook is over 100 years old.Last year I thought about it a lot. You see I was stuck in a hospital last summer and couldn’t be at OSCON. I learned first hand that unlike the software I used that the medical field isnt’ as malleable. At 6’ 1” wheelchairs aren’t made for someone whose legs are locked out in casts or braces. The solution is to strap them on with bungee straps or velcro. Around that same I was watching a lot of TED talks from my hospital bed and saw Jonathon’s talk and realized the opportunity for collaboration, in his field and all of medicine. Taking our skills in collaboration and applying them to new industries should be our goal as much as making open source software. The impact we can make on the world is so much greater than even the amazing things open source has done for software. Jon is a PhD candidate in biomedical engineering at Duke University, in the lab of Dr. Rob Clark, working on grasp control for the DARPA Revolutionizing Prosthetics 2009 program. Jon has degrees in industrial design and mechanical engineering from North Carolina State University, and is a graduate of Dartmouth College. His work at Tackle is currently limited to Tackle's help with the fledgling Shared Design Alliance and its Open Prosthetics Project, started by Jon and the rest of the Tackle partners following Jon's injury as a Marine in Iraq.Excerpt from the TedxChapelHillhttp://videos.liftconference.com/video/2953743/jonathan-kuniholm-open
  • Server 2013 Enterprise End User Report - http://www.linuxfoundation.org/publications/linux-foundation/linux-adoption-trends-end-user-report-2013Desktop Chromebook passes back-to-school sales test Windows and Macs fail - http://betanews.com/2013/09/26/chromebook-passes-back-to-school-sales-test-windows-and-macs-fail/Laptops running Chrome OS provided "all the growth" in the otherwise troubled U.S. retail PC market during back-to-school buying season, according to NPD. Otherwise, overall PC sales fell 2.5 percent, with desktops down 5 percent and notebooks off by 2 percent. Mac laptop sales sank 3 percent and Windows notebooks by 6 percent. Chromebook sales topped 175,000 units.Mobile http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20130807005280/en/Apple-Cedes-Market-Share-Smartphone-Operating-System
  • http://www.popularmechanics.com/home/how-to-plans/backyard-genius-2011-the-years-10-best-diy-creations#slide-1Put away your baking soda volcano—this kid built an animatronic hand. For his high school science fair project, Easton LaChappelle studied anatomical drawings to better understand finger joints and movement, then created a wirelessly controlled mechanical hand. The fingers are constructed of flexible wire tubing, while the "wrist" is reinforced with Lego bricks. Fishing wire runs through the tubing from the fingertips to five independent servos, providing the hand's motion. Next, LaChappelle sewed flex sensors into a standard athletic glove and wired them up to a custom Arduino controller board and shield. The shield sends wireless signals to a receiver on the animatronic hand. The whole setup works without a computer interface and costs only around $350. "Some strength is lost because of the materials I used," LaChappelle says, "but I can pick up a full can of soda with it."
  • Easton LaChappelleArduinoboards Linux
  • Open Drug Discovery https://docs.google.com/viewer?pid=sites&srcid=b3NkZC5uZXR8b3NkZG5ld3Zlcmlzb258Z3g6NjBlOGVkMjIyZDgxOGE2Nw&docid=74853ac8ad90830d19579a3d712ab0c3%7C18ccb33a616a6d689f9aaf1eece3df25&chan=EgAAAGiMjlC1wXJ73t%2BSmw44Tuy7ws/EVUxSL0VrfUf/phEe&a=v&rel=zip;z2;About+TB.pdf
  • OpenBEL - http://www.openbel.org/OpenBEL powers SBVImprover Challenge 3. The goal of the Challenge is to perform peer review of a massive number of networks for lung biology. The key is using OpenBEL to represent the biology in a consistent open format that can be turned into a computationally tractable model. Today, biological networks play a fundamental role in systems-based approaches to biology, pharmacology, and toxicology. With the shift from low-throughput technologies such as single gene PCR to the system-wide evaluation of transcriptomes, the size and number of datasets being deposited into databases has grown exponentially, as has the number of published scientific articles. Biological networks clearly and concisely encapsulate this large existing knowledge base. By depicting causal and correlative relationships (edges) between biological entities (nodes) in a way that is both computable and human-readable, biological networks provide a top-down view on collected data. This can aid the focused generation of hypotheses prior to the investigation of specific pathways. The network models were derived from data-driven approaches together with information captured from peer-reviewed literature. This resulted in 50 networks representing various aspects of lung biology.Open Source Drug Discovery - http://www.osdd.net/about-us/What-is-OSDDOpen Source Drug Discovery (OSDD) is a CSIR led team India Consortium with global partnership with a vision to provide affordable healthcare to the developing world by providing a global platform where the best minds can collaborate & collectively endeavor to solve the complex problems associated with discovering novel therapies for neglected tropical diseases like Tuberculosis, Malaria, Leishmaniasis etc.The success of Open Source models in Information Technology (For e.g., Web Technology, The Linux Operating System) and Biotechnology (For e.g., Human Genome Sequencing) sectors highlights the urgent need to initiate a similar model in healthcare, i.e., an Open Source model for Drug Discovery. OSDD is currently focused on the discovery of novel drugs for TB and Malaria. OSDD collaboratively aggregates the biological, genetic and chemical information available to scientists in order to use it to hasten the discovery of drugs. This will provide a unique opportunity for scientists, doctors, technocrats, students and others with diverse expertise to work for a common cause. OSDD is a translational platform for drug discovery, bringing together informaticians, wet lab scientists, contract research organizations, clinicians, hospitals and others who are willing to adhere to the affordable healthcare philosophy agreeing to the OSDD license.
  • We are providing the blueprint for the future of technology. Through our open source culture. Tools for massive collaboration. And Linux a platform for innovation.
  • We are providing the blueprint for the future of technology. Through our open source culture. Tools for massive collaboration. And Linux a platform for innovation.
  • We are providing the blueprint for the future of technology. Through our open source culture. Tools for massive collaboration. And Linux a platform for innovation.
  • Linux is arguably the largest collaborative effort in human history.Imagine if the same level of collaboration could be applied to other problems other than software and what kind of changes we could enact in our world. If I learned anything from the open source community is that mass collaboration on hard problems are much more solvable when we include the input from the largest groups. That’s why I’d like to see the open source community share their methods and values with other industries beyond software to solve none IT problems.
  • Thank you and have a great OSCON!

Linuxcon Europe 2013 | Keynote: We Won What's Next Linuxcon Europe 2013 | Keynote: We Won What's Next Presentation Transcript

  • Mark Hinkle Senior Director Open Source Solutions http://open.citrix.com @mrhinkle
  • LinuxCon EU 2013 | We Won, What’s Next? by @mrhinkle
  • I'm doing a (free) operating system (just a hobby, won't be big and professional like gnu) for 386(486) AT clones. Linus Torvalds July 3, 1991 comp.os.minix LinuxCon EU 2013 | We Won, What’s Next? by @mrhinkle
  • Sources: Ohloh and Donnie Berkholz of RedMonk LinuxCon EU 2013 | We Won, What’s Next? by @mrhinkle
  • Bubby Raymer invited people to his wedding using Git on Github. Most significant others will probably not think this is as cool as we do. LinuxCon EU 2013 | We Won, What’s Next? by @mrhinkle
  • LinuxCon EU 2013 | We Won, What’s Next? by @mrhinkle
  • LinuxCon EU 2013 | We Won, What’s Next? by @mrhinkle
  • LinuxCon EU 2013 | We Won, What’s Next? by @mrhinkle
  • OPEN SOURCE IS NOT A ZERO-SUM GAME …the future of technological innovation is not stealing limited resources away from one another, but creating new resources — and new opportunities to create new resources — together in a rich ecosystem. Allison Randal Open Source Hacker @allisonrandal LinuxCon EU 2013 | We Won, What’s Next? by @mrhinkle
  • The CERN LHC creates well over 30 petabytes of data a year that is analyzed by physicists. This would not be possible without a massive computer network utilizing open source software. Professor Emeritus Peter Higgs of the University of Edinburgh Pictured with the LHC project. Image courtesy of CERN.
  • Calling Drs. Brin and Page…
  • The Six Million Dollar Meme Imagine with me for a moment if other technology in your lives advanced at the same pace as prosthetic arm technology has advanced. Like your telephone or your Mercedes… Jonathan Kuniholm Open Prosthetic Project @kuniholm LinuxCon EU 2013 | We Won, What’s Next? by @mrhinkle
  • Maybe we need a “Moore’s Law” in Healthcare… LinuxCon EU 2013 | We Won, What’s Next? by @mrhinkle
  • • Tuberculosis is a pandemic ranking second only to HIV as the leading killer infectious disease of adults worldwide. • 1/3 of the world’s population is currently infected with TB • Today’s first-line TB drugs are over 47 years old • Diagnostics (chest x-rays & sputum microscopy) are over 100 years old) • Tuberculosis drugs are not particularly profitable…
  • The Biological Expression Language (BEL) is a language for representing scientific findings in the life sciences in a computable form. Open Source Drug Discovery aims to provide affordable healthcare for neglected diseases.
  • I'm doing a (free) green energy project (just a hobby, won't be big and professional like Linux) but I’d like to create more power than I consume. The Next Linus Torvalds? LinuxCon EU 2013 | We Won, What’s Next? by @mrhinkle
  • I'm doing a (free) clean water project (just a hobby, won't be big and professional like Linux) but I’d like to help develop a method to make drinking water in underdeveloped countries. The Next Linus Torvalds? LinuxCon EU 2013 | We Won, What’s Next? by @mrhinkle
  • I'm doing a (free) medical research project (just a hobby, won't be big and professional like Linux) but I’d like to help find a better treatment for rheumatoid arthritis. The Next Linus Torvalds? LinuxCon EU 2013 | We Won, What’s Next? by @mrhinkle
  • TOOLS LinuxCon EU 2013 | We Won, What’s Next? by @mrhinkle
  • CULTURE LinuxCon EU 2013 | We Won, What’s Next? by @mrhinkle
  • PLATFORM FOR INNOVATION LinuxCon EU 2013 | We Won, What’s Next? by @mrhinkle
  • {clean energy} OPEN GOVERNMENT NEW VACCINES {CURE CANCER} REDUCE FOSSIL FUEL DEPENDENCE <PREVENT AUTISM> END POVERTY REGROW LIMBS | RENEW FISHERIES | | REDUCE POLLUTION | WORLD PEACE IMPROVE ECONOMIC STABILITY END WORLD HUNGER CLEAN DRINKING WATER LinuxCon EU 2013 | We Won, What’s Next? by @mrhinkle STOP GLOBAL WARMING DRUG DISCOVERY
  • Thank You And I work on open source at Citrix. http://open.citrix.com LinuxCon EU 2013 | We Won, What’s Next? by @mrhinkle