Open source has grown well beyond “just the licenses” and so this series will be a forum for open source practitioners to discuss all the details of implementing open source. Sessions will focus on “nuts and bolts” knowledge that organizations of all sizes need whether they’re already using lots of open source or are just getting started on their open source journey.
The questions we hope to tackle include: How do you get engineering ready for open source? How do you help your lawyers learn about the current legal thinking around open source? What resources are available for open source users and designers? How do we move from casual user to pivotal open source citizen? How does a license choice affect the other aspects of your work?
Our audience for this series is companies, nonprofits and academic institutions that are interested in using more open source. By hearing from current practitioners, new adopters will be able to get up to speed more quickly and avoid some of the mistakes others have made. Our Call For Presentations is open now.
Some of the topics we’re interested in hearing about in our first event include:
How to become a more open source savvy lawyer
How to incorporate open source into your procurement processes
How to pitch the value of open source internally
What are the use cases for the newer licenses?
How to find solid open source legal advice
How to choose a license
How to keep your boss from writing a new license
How to bring people in different departments together
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