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Making Open Source More Open (23 02-2012)

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My presentation on the trend towards more permissive licensing in open source at Itechlaw Asia 2012 on 23 February 2012 in Bangalore. My paper for the presentation can be downloaded at …

My presentation on the trend towards more permissive licensing in open source at Itechlaw Asia 2012 on 23 February 2012 in Bangalore. My paper for the presentation can be downloaded at http://cl.ly/282g0I0q450g2A2T1M1M

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  • 1. MakingOpen Source More “Open”
  • 2. “Closed” or“restrictive”OSS licenses
  • 3. GNU General Public License (GPL)
  • 4. “Open” or“Permissive”OSS licenses
  • 5. Viral effectof the GPL
  • 6. Open sourcemeans business
  • 7. “Why don’t youuse open source software?”
  • 8. GPL ⬇Apache MIT
  • 9. Legal complexity
  • 10. New open sourcebusiness models
  • 11. Open data and Open APIs
  • 12. GPL v2 isunintelligible!
  • 13. “Combined work” and “Distribution”
  • 14. GPL version 3
  • 15. Free Software Movement
  • 16. BusyBox
  • 17. Software Freedom Conservatory
  • 18. GPL enforcement
  • 19. Conditions for licensereinstatement
  • 20. Retroactivedisclosure
  • 21. GPL and open sourcebusiness models
  • 22. Dual licensing
  • 23. Copyleft deters competion
  • 24. SaaS
  • 25. MySQL
  • 26. Copyleft waiver
  • 27. New open sourcebusiness models
  • 28. Hadoop
  • 29. OpenStack
  • 30. Cassandra
  • 31. CloudFoundry
  • 32. Note.js
  • 33. FlockDB
  • 34. Palm webOS
  • 35. NASA
  • 36. Android
  • 37. Facebook, Google, Amazon
  • 38. IT-infrastructure applications
  • 39. Non-businessdifferentiating software
  • 40. Cost sharing
  • 41. Services
  • 42. Apache v2 MIT
  • 43. Maximum choice and flexibility
  • 44. No copyleft
  • 45. Less need for lawyers :-(
  • 46. Quality of the software
  • 47. Low cost of freeriders
  • 48. A final trend
  • 49. Jay Lyman of451Group
  • 50. “open APIs are the new open source.”
  • 51. “Openness trend”
  • 52. DevOps
  • 53. Polyglotprogramming
  • 54. “Open enough”
  • 55. Amazonweb service
  • 56. Conclusion
  • 57. Proprietary software more“open” through openAPIs
  • 58. Open source software isbecoming more “open”
  • 59. “Openness” is the real virus!
  • 60. Thank you!
  • 61. Martin von Haller Groenbaek partner, BvHD Law firm Copenhagen mhg@bvhd.dk www.bvhd.dk Blog: www.vonhaller.dk Twitter: @vonhaller

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