Schedule

Day 2 - At a glance

All tracks for today

CODE

EXPERIMENT

THINK

Time table

Room Auditorium
(350 seats)
Milan
(130 seats)
Paris
(80 seats)
Bruxelles
(50 seats)
Namur
(50 seats)
Berlin
(50 seats)
Luxembourg
(45 seats)
Amsterdam
(45 seats)
Dublin
(20 seats)
Londres
(20 seats)
08:30-09:00 Welcome / registration Welcome / registration Welcome / registration Welcome / registration Welcome / registration Welcome / registration Welcome / registration Welcome / registration Welcome / registration Welcome / registration
09:00-10:30
Big Data
Cloud Computing
Community Summit
Legal and licensing aspects of open source
DevOps / ALM
When Open Source Fosters Open Innovation
From commons to openness
Project and community driving
10:30-11:00 Coffee break Coffee break Coffee break Coffee break Coffee break Coffee break Coffee break Coffee break Coffee break Coffee break
11:00-12:30
Big Data
Cloud Computing
Community Summit
Legal and licensing aspects of open source
DevOps / ALM
When Open Source Fosters Open Innovation
Control Your Cloud
Project and community driving
E-administration
12:30-13:30 Lunch break Lunch break Lunch break Lunch break Lunch break Lunch break Lunch break Lunch break Lunch break Lunch break
13:30-15:35
From Open Data to Open Gov, the role of the Civil Society (workshop)
KIDEXPERIMENT
European Collaborative Innovation
Open Source & software supply chain
Internet of Things
Embedded
Security / SecDev
Open Business Models
Open Standards and Public Policy
15:35-16:00 Coffee break Coffee break Coffee break Coffee break Coffee break Coffee break Coffee break Coffee break Coffee break Coffee break
16:00-20:00
OWF Summary
Droit à l'oubli / Right to Oblivion
KIDEXPERIMENT
From Open Data to Open Gov, the role of the Civil Society (conference)
Afterlife: from Open Data and Open Source to Open Hardware
Web
Open sourcing research and development, is it Open Innovation?
Privacy
Open Access / FLOSS: Sharing views
RRLL

Tracks details


When Open Source Fosters Open Innovation

Theme: THINK

Room: Luxembourg

From: 09:00 to 12:20

Open Innovation disrupts the traditional conception of innovation by establishing the idea of a social innovation where the aim is no longer to create first but to have better designs and more inventions with the help of others.
Transposed to technologic industry, this brand new paradigm makes the explosive growth of open source software possible by being its economic support. Formerly limited to a handful of developers, Open Source is nowaday a wide ecosystem in which big Companies, SMEs, searchers and entrepreneurs work together to create a faster, stronger, safer and more collaborative innovation. While Open Source success stories are being revealed, in France and elsewhere, big players are adopting open, collective and collaborative innovation model. Moreover, the development of both vertical or horizontal partnerships helps create a virtuous collective dynamics for the profit of these common objectives, in the context of an ecosystem combining values from sharing & innovation. Through the testimonials of various stakeholders, the track "Innovation and Open Source" will provide an overview of these new synergies & collaborations made possible by the Open Source, either through alliances between startups, large accounts and research centers. Their experiences will convince everyone of the benefits gained from the Open Source model as a driver of technological innovation.

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Legal and licensing aspects of open source

Theme: THINK

Room: Namur

From: 09:00 to 12:20

Open source allows you to take back control. Open source licenses give you a lot of freedoms and powers, although they also come with some obligations. This track considers various legal and licensing aspects of open source, both from a community and a corporate perspective. The track is a great opportunity for you to discuss legal and licensing aspects of open source with lawyers, decision makers, open source developers and other people who are interested in legal aspects of open source. Come and discuss how open source licenses have helped you take back control and what legal issues you've encountered when adopting or contributing to open source.

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Community Summit

Theme: THINK

Room: Bruxelles

From: 09:00 to 12:20

The Open World Forum Community Summit is an annual open workshop focusing on the growth and management of open source communities. This year, leaders and practitioners from free and open source software communities will discuss the evolution of the technical tools made available to open source projects. Open source projects are collaborative by nature, they are always supported by some shared infrastructure. Open source developers today have access to a number of online tools they could not have imagined years ago. GitHub, Bitbucket, SourceForge, ohloh, Cloudbees, etc. they all offer valuable services to open source projects. While open source communities are not defined only by their technical infrastructures, the provision of tangible resources play a significant role in keeping them together. Is the growing supply of free tools changing the role of open source communities and the way they operate? What evolution are we witnessing in our day-to-day operations? What is happening to the community as the place where a collective governance is implemented. Is it disappearing? Are the community-less projects the future of open source collaboration? On the other hand, now that tools are freely available and in abundance, it may be that communities do not need to run technical infrastructures. If that is the case, what is the future of the ''infrastructure-less'' community?

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Cloud Computing

Theme: CODE

Room: Milan

From: 09:00 to 12:20

You think the cloud revolution is ending ? Only one way to reach on ? You're wrong, that's only the first step. In this sessions we will discuss about DataBase scaling, IaaS solutions and new community initiatives. Each day the cloud is more opening. Don't miss to update your knowledge and come to Open World Forum !

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DevOps / ALM

Theme: CODE

Room: Berlin

From: 09:00 to 12:20

Devops tries to close the gaps between development and operations, between marketing and security people, with one common goal, the business. The talk in this session will provide both an introduction to devops, and present methods, tools and tips to successfully apply these ideas to your organization.

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Project and community driving

Theme: CODE

Room: Dublin

From: 09:00 to 12:20

Tell me everything about your project, its infrastructure and its community !

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Big Data

Theme: CODE

Room: Auditorium

From: 09:00 to 15:35

Big ideas on Big Data.. data technologies are changing fast and changing the technology landscape in a big way and open source is a huge part of that. This track aims to give a broad overview on the current state of the art with big data infrastructures, analytics, search, machine learning and real time... and open future perspectives... how do you handle big data over a decade? If you have a big data strategy these talks may give you a new perspective, if you don't.. you might very well learn where you are supposed to start.

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From commons to openness

Theme: THINK

Room: Amsterdam

From: 09:55 to 10:30

Cette session présente les reflexions en matière de commun(s), les liens forts et évidents avec le courant du libre et de l'Open Source et pointera les convergences possibles entre les reflexions liées à ces deux modèles.

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Control Your Cloud

Theme: THINK

Room: Amsterdam

From: 11:00 to 12:20

In general interoperability is a generic way to express freedom of choice. For the software industry interoperability is drawing endless discussions and controversies where proprietary approaches are opposed to open standards and open source. What about the cloud computing industry? While interoperability is not a feature which can be implemented afterwards, nowadays none of the cloud market players is providing a built-in solution for neither interoperability nor portability. It is the objective of this session to clarify the situation and to present the existing variety of solutions which can help you to untangle the web of complexity.

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E-administration

Theme: THINK

Room: Londres

From: 11:00 to 12:20

Un portail citoyen ou entreprise est un site dans lequel l’usager (le citoyen dans le cas d’un portail citoyen) va pouvoir lire toute l’information en liaison avec sa collectivité le concernant : démarches en ligne, fils RSS, sites utiles, compte lecteur de la médiathèque, compte sur le site open data, paiements effectués…

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Embedded

Theme: CODE

Room: Luxembourg

From: 13:30 to 15:35

For few years, Open Source has gained traction and visibility in the industry, including in engineering teams in automotive, aerospace, railway, … This session presents sucess stories of Open Source projects and communities in such Embedded Systems domain.

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Open Business Models

Theme: THINK

Room: Dublin

From: 13:30 to 15:35

Openness is no longer restricted to the software industry and examples of opened initiatives are numerous in Arts & Culture, Data, Manufacturing, Science or Education. Industries and contexts are specific but a question remains topical : which business models are relevant to sustain and scale opened initiatives ?

Louis-David Benyayer will present the result of Open experience, a study led by Without Model of open business models in 6 industries and facilitate a discussion with 4 industry leaders and entrepreneurs who will bring their Testimony.

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Security / SecDev

Theme: CODE

Room: Amsterdam

From: 13:30 to 15:35

Someone said security problems located between chair and keyboard. This track will focus on simple and pragmatic solutions for developers to push security problems outside their perimeter

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Open Source & software supply chain

Theme: THINK

Room: Namur

From: 13:30 to 15:35

Industries at large are rapidly embracing Free & Open Source Software (FOSS) as a strategic instrument to accelerate innovation and reduce development cycles. However many FOSS users are not aware of the risks associated with deploying FOSS in their products. Even if FOSS is not deliberately used by the products developers, it can still enter the product unintentionally or via external suppliers. As a result, companies have a duty to understand that uncoordinated deployment of FOSS in products carries significant legal risks.

Today, FOSS is present at virtually all stages of the supply chain. Its participants already invest considerable efforts into determining and fulfilling the license obligations required for making deliveries license compliant. To make this process efficient, companies usually take for granted the license compliance information provided by their suppliers without verifying its completeness or correctness. But the belief in this widespread, good-faith approach, was recently destroyed by a German court of law. The court has determined that doing so is acting negligently and has made it very clear: not only is every supply chain participant fully responsible for the compliance of all parts of their deliveries, but they are also required to verify the data provided by their own suppliers, even though it requires additional time and expenditures.

While the established processes have to change, the duplication of the FOSS management efforts at every single stage of the supply chain is not a viable solution.

This workshop will demonstrate why today’s FOSS supply chain management practices are often inefficient and ineffective, thus leaving participants with high risks that are accruing at each stage of the supply chain.

We will then proceed to demonstrate how SPDX combined with the standardization and automation of FOSS Management activities can be leveraged to build a network of trusted suppliers. The license compliance information is jointly managed by the network, making it not only reliable but ensures it permeates though the code. An approach that can greatly reduce the FOSS Management effort for all the network participants.

This workshop is co-organized by Claus-Peter Wiedemann (BearingPoint GmbH) and Benjamin Jean (inno³) and will bring together European and American experts from representative FOSS organizations.

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Open Standards and Public Policy

Theme: THINK

Room: Londres

From: 13:30 to 14:05

A short track to give an overview of the adoption of Open Standards by European public administrations, focusing on document formats as a key challenge and implementation test for governmental policies. It will provide plenty of practical examples and a few in-depth case studies at different levels of government. It will also include an analytical review of both old (but still relevant) and new challenges faced by public administrations, and highlight some recent best practice examples.

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Internet of Things

Theme: CODE

Room: Berlin

From: 13:30 to 15:35

Everyone is connected. No one escapes the Internet today. Electronic manufacturer have in their catalogues products and projects for our cars, houses, clothes and even our health. With a growing number of captive platforms, standards and security leaks, Free Software becomes a necessity for our own safety. This track about IoT brings together a presentation of what can be done today technicaly, a roud table to discuss the state of the art and what are the directions of ongoing works and you'll be able to experiment Internet of Thing with your smartphone. Don't forget to bring it fully charged !

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From Open Data to Open Gov, the role of the Civil Society (workshop)

Theme: THINK

Room: Milan

From: 13:30 to 15:35

Directement conséquente du mouvement de l'Open Data, la notion de Gouvernement Ouvert étend les bénéfices attendus pour la société en impliquant étroitement la société civile. À cet égard, la France a récemment adopté un comportement exemplaire en se dotant d'un Chief Data Officer et en adhérant à l'Open Government Partnership. Entre ateliers et retours d'expériences, cette session est destinée à provoquer une discussion élargie entre les tenants de la politique française de l'OpenGov et la société civile (individus, organisations non lucratives, organisations locales, etc.). Elle est coanimée par Etalab et l'OGP.

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European Collaborative Innovation

Theme: THINK

Room: Bruxelles

From: 13:30 to 15:35

Through a selection of state-of-the-art project presentations, this session will illustrate how publicly-funded collaborative innovation programs leverage open source to help shape the future of the IT industry. Change in the IT industry is characterized by the raise of complex, highly capital-intensive systems and multi-year innovation programs. Many publicly-funded research and innovation projects adopt an open source approach from the implicit understanding that making the code of unfinished components freely available keeps open the opportunity for third-party stakeholders and contributors to complete the software. As we all know that publishing code is not enough to develop a community of developers and only a minority of open source projects actually make it to stardom. In this session we invite the leaders of publicly-funded collaborative projects to share their experience with the audience. With example drawing from the most state-of-the-art projects in cloud computing, big data, software engineering and breakthrough internet applications, they will explain what is the role of open source in their projects. We ask them to be candid and share with the audience their expectations, their successes and their difficulties.

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KIDEXPERIMENT

Theme: EXPERIMENT

Room: Paris

From: 14:00 to 19:00

Une après-midi de découverte pour toute la famille de la programmation et des objets open-source

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PLOSS

Theme: THINK

Room: Londres

From: 14:15 to 15:35

Cluster of Free Software companies in Paris Region

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Privacy

Theme: CODE

Room: Amsterdam

From: 16:10 to 18:15

If privacy begins with a good "Digital Hygiene", you also need some good alternative tools and frameworks to proprietary solutions to help protect your professional and personal data, one of the most valuable thing that a lot of people try to collect, with or without your agreement.

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RRLL

Theme: THINK

Room: Londres

From: 16:10 to 17:40

A l'heure où le logiciel libre est au coeœur des échanges publics, ces rencontres ont vocation à maintenir un dialogue avec les entreprises de la filière, sur la base de retours d'expériences d’'élus, de DSI et de Responsables Informatiques d'organismes publics ayant fait le choix de solutions TIC libres.

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Afterlife: from Open Data and Open Source to Open Hardware

Theme: THINK

Room: Namur

From: 16:10 to 18:15

The Open Data and Open Source are two trends which, despite many similarities, are slow to converge. What if the Open Hardware was precisely the ideal context to combine their strengths and overcome their challenges?

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Open Access / FLOSS: Sharing views

Theme: THINK

Room: Dublin

From: 16:10 to 18:15

While digital technologies are more and more facilitating the sharing of knowledge, its global access is far from being a reality. This is especially the case for the scientific literature. Reading a scientific article today indeed requires often to pay subscription, or an online access for a few hours. With an average price of thirty dollars, the access to knowledge has a high cost and a bitter taste. Open Source

The Open Access movement started in response to this situation. It advocates for an online and unrestricted access to scientific knowledge. Minor movement a decade ago, Open Access is now recognized as a necessity by most researchers, research institutions and national or international funding agencies. Despite an increased mobilization, there are still major challenges to tackle. Which economic models can support the Open Access publication?  How could we adapt the legal framework to facilitate access to scientific knowledge while ensuring recognition of the work done by the authors?

The Open World Forum offers the opportunity to bring together people involved in FLOSS with Open Access actors. During this session, speakers will share their thoughts and clues to answer to the challenges raised by the Open Access (business models, legal and organizational issues) . This session aims to be participative and you will be invited to share your own experience. We hope thus to clarify some issues of Open Access and its future development.This session will be in French after a short introdcution in English by Karsten Wade (Open Source Way)

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Open sourcing research and development, is it Open Innovation?

Theme: THINK

Room: Luxembourg

From: 16:10 to 16:45

Les centres de recherches sont les premiers producteurs et utilisateurs de logiciels libres. Contrairement aux acteurs privés qui ont dorénavant vaincu leurs réticences, ces centres de recherches semblent paradoxalement peiner à adopter une position claire et affichée en faveur de l'Open Source et l'intégrer dans leurs objectifs de valorisation.

L'objectif de cette session est de permettre aux différents centres de recherche de partager leur(s) position(s) et leurs comportements face à l'Open Source : la gestion de l'Open Source en interne, l'évaluation de la valorisation par l'Open Source, le rôle que peut jouer l'Open Source dans le cadre d'une innovation ouverte et partagée.

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Web

Theme: CODE

Room: Berlin

From: 16:10 to 18:15

Web was conceived as a large distributed collection of documents with hyperlinks between them. But year after year, it was used for more and more complex things and is now a platform for applications that is as powerful as native. There is no reason that this trend will stop in the next years and this track will show you what will arrive, from the low level technologies to the high level tools and usages.

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From Open Data to Open Gov, the role of the Civil Society (conference)

Theme: THINK

Room: Bruxelles

From: 16:10 to 17:30

Directement conséquente du mouvement de l'Open Data, la notion de Gouvernement Ouvert étend les bénéfices attendus pour la société en impliquant étroitement la société civile. À cet égard, la France a récemment adopté un comportement exemplaire en se dotant d'un Chief Data Officer et en adhérant à l'Open Government Partnership. Entre ateliers et retours d'expériences, cette session est destinée à provoquer une discussion élargie entre les tenants de la politique française de l'OpenGov et la société civile (individus, organisations non lucratives, organisations locales, etc.). Elle est coanimée par Etalab et l'OGP.

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Droit à l'oubli / Right to Oblivion

Theme: EXPERIMENT

Room: Milan

From: 16:10 to 17:40

Where do we stand regarding our privacy on the internet? How can we protect ourselves? How to take back control of our digital identity ? Professional datas, what remains personal? And What is « Digital Hygiene » ?

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OWF Summary

Theme: THINK

Room: Auditorium

From: 17:40 to 19:00

This Round Table will gather together the program team to draw conclusions to this 7th edition of the Open World Forum. Animated by Stefane Fermigier, The Round Table will start by a summary of the Open CIO Summit and will be concluded by a guest star keynote.

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