Fabienne Riener - Sourcefabric

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Fabienne Riener presents Sourcefabric, an open source publishing platform for print and digital books.

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Fabienne Riener - Sourcefabric

  1. 1. Hi, this is SourcefabricFabienne Riener / @sourcefabienne
  2. 2. Sourcefabric.......provides content creators with open source software,expertise and support to produce quality content anddeliver it through whatever channels.Create Once Publish Everywhere
  3. 3. Sourcefabric...Officially founded in 2010, but founders have beenactive since the beginning of timeStarted in the world of JournalismNon-profit status, registered in the Czech RepublicFor-profit sister company, being registered inGermany this month
  4. 4. In numbers... 60 Team members present in 12 Countries50,000 downloads annually from over 120 countries 7 Awards we speak 25 Languages 4 Projects / Products
  5. 5. Win ne• Lovie Awards, 2012 r Win• Guardian Digital Innovation Award, 2012 ne r Win• Future 10, Perugia International Journalism Festival, 2012 ner• African News Innovation Challenge, 2012 Win ne r• Knight-Batten Innovations in Journalism, 2011• Packt Open Source Media Awards, 2011 Fina list Fina list 7 Awards• Google Ashoka ChangeMakers Award, 2011 Fina list
  6. 6. 4 Projects / Products
  7. 7. Q: But how do we make money when it’s allopen source? A: SERVICES ...professional support & managed hosting ...custom developments, workflow integration ...consultation, concepts, design (multi-channel publishing, workflows, online/print products, business models etc.) ...workshops, training ... commercial spin-offs
  8. 8. Collaborative creation of books & ebooks in the browser
  9. 9. Who is Booktype for? Collaborative creation of books & ebooks in the browserAuthorsPublishersPrint on Demand ServicesUniversities / Academic PublishingCorporate Businesses
  10. 10. Who is Booktype for? Collaborative creation of books & ebooks in the browserAuthorsindividual books (alone or with others)hosting & support -- booktype.prostructure & design -- custom templates
  11. 11. Who is Booktype for? Collaborative creation of books & ebooks in the browserPublishersoptimise and speed up workflowworkflow integration (workflow, content archive, output etc.)costum feature developmentsarchive (for some)output specificsconsultancy, training, documentation
  12. 12. Who is Booktype for? Collaborative creation of books & ebooks in the browserSelf-Publishing & Print on Demand Servicesadd ‘write your book’ to ‘publish your book’workflow integrationcustom developments (templates, publishing wizards etc.)templates, design etc.
  13. 13. Who is Booktype for? Collaborative creation of books & ebooks in the browserUniversities / Academic Publishing1) collaborative content creation (thesis, teaching materials etc.)2) content archive (remix, reuse, editions)training, documentationcustom developments
  14. 14. Who is Booktype for? Collaborative creation of books & ebooks in the browserCorporate Businesses1) creation of corporate documentation (policies etc.)2) archive management (remix, reuse, editions, versions)custom developmentstemplates, designtraining, documentation
  15. 15. Q: What else is important? A: COMMUNITY => ECOSYSTEM ...other developers *speed up development* ...third party implementors *build up user base* ...b2b partners *access to markets* THE MORE PEOPLE LOVE OUR TOOLS, THE BETTER FOR US
  16. 16. Q: But how do we make money when it’s allopen source? A: SERVICES ...professional support & managed hosting ...custom developments, workflow integration ...consultation, concepts, design (multi-channel publishing, workflows, online/print products, business models etc.) ...workshops, training ... commercial spin-offs
  17. 17. Grazie! fabienne.riener@sourcefabric.org // @sourcefabienne

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