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 http://cl.ly/282g0I0q450g2A2T1M1M

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Making Open Source More Open (23 02-2012)

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