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OSCON 2013 - Keynote - Creating Communities of Inclusion

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Free and open source software is equal parts technology and humanity. Beyond the coding standards, development environments and essential parts of delivering free software the ideals that drive this movement are powerful. This is a reflection on the lessons gleaned from successful F/LOSS communities and a call to action to spread their ideals to other endeavors such as medicine and government.

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OSCON 2013 - Keynote - Creating Communities of Inclusion

  1. Mark Hinkle Senior Director Open Source Solutions http://open.citrix.com @mrhinkle
  2. OSCON 2013 | Building Communities of Inclusion by @mrhinkle
  3. Jim Jagielski Apache Software Foundation Dan Frye VP, Open Systems Development IBM Larry Augustin CEO , SugarCRM Robyn Bergeron Leader of the Fedora Project, Red Hat Jeff Bates Open Source IT Program Manager Google Jim Zemlin Executive Director, Linux Foundation OSCON 2013 | Building Communities of Inclusion by @mrhinkle Luke Kanies Founder and CEO , PuppetLabs Tarus Balog Founder and CEO, OpenNMS
  4. Adam Jacob Founder Opscode and the Chef project OSCON 2010 @adamhjk I want to build communities of inclusion and if people can’t participate that sucks. OSCON 2013 | Building Communities of Inclusion by @mrhinkle
  5. …there isn’t a one-size-fits-all model for successful open source projects. Governance models differ. Contribution and participation models differ. Naming and branding differs. What they do have in common is immense impact and huge success. Mårten Mickos Former CEO MySQL CEO of Eucalyptus @martenmickos You can have Cathedrals in the Bazaar OSCON 2013 | Building Communities of Inclusion by @mrhinkle
  6. …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 Former OSCON Program Chair @allisonrandal Open Source Isn’t a Zero-Sum Game OSCON 2013 | Building Communities of Inclusion by @mrhinkle
  7. If a new user has a problem, it’s a bug in the code or the documentation. End of story. Jordan Sissel Logstash Project @jordansissel Include Your Users in the Software Process OSCON 2013 | Building Communities of Inclusion by @mrhinkle
  8. It's time to update my 2005 book "Producing Open Source Software: How to Run a Successful Free Software Project". Help me do it right. Karl Fogel Author, Producing Open Source Software @kfogel Make it Easy for People to Help You OSCON 2013 | Building Communities of Inclusion by @mrhinkle
  9. Jonathan Kuniholm Open Prosthetic Project @kuniholm OSCON 2013 | Building Communities of Inclusion by @mrhinkle …so that we have skin in the game can actually determine what we might build and what it is we want. And I invite all of you in academia and industry to help me do it. We need this help… Open Shouldn’t End with Software
  10. DRUG DISCOVERY OPENGOVERNMENTOPENGOVERNMENT CLEAN DRINKING WATER OSCON 2013 | Building Communities of Inclusion by @mrhinkle {CURE CANCER} END WORLD HUNGER WORLD PEACE <PREVENT AUTISM><PREVENT AUTISM> STOPGLOBALWARMING NEW VACCINES {cleanenergy} END POVERTY | REDUCE POLLUTION | IMPROVE ECONOMIC STABILITY REGROW LIMBS REDUCE FOSSIL FUEL DEPENDENCE | RENEW FISHERIES |
  11. And I work on open source at Citrix.And I work on open source at Citrix. http://open.citrix.comhttp://open.citrix.com Thank You OSCON 2013 | Building Communities of Inclusion by @mrhinkle

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