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  • Roberto Galoppini 1:03 pm on April 30, 2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , OpenLogic   

    Upcoming Open Source Webinars: SAP Open Source Strategy, OSS Discovery 

    Open Source as a Strategic Business Enabler: A Case Study with SAP – Black Duck Software and SAP will review the benefits open source holds for development organizations, the management challenges it presents, and approaches for addressing the challanges.

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  • Roberto Galoppini 10:22 pm on April 22, 2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Nuxeo, , OpenLogic, System76,   

    Open Source Webinars: Nuxeo, OpenLogic, System76 

    Making It Your Own: Enforcing Your Enterprise Policies with Nuxeo StudioNuxeo is doing well, and is about to deliver a webinar about Nuxeo Studio, a web-based customization service for Nuxeo Enterprise Platform available only to Nuxeo Connect – Developer subscribers.
    Live Demo with Q&A – April 27, 2010, 11 am ET.

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  • Roberto Galoppini 11:05 am on December 5, 2009 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Bluexml, , OpenLogic, SIDE   

    Open Source Webinars: Alfresco, MindTouch, OpenLogic 

    SIDE, graphical tools for Alfresco developers – The webinar will show how to use SIDE graphical environment to build an Alfresco application. SIDE, which stands for Sustainable IDE, is an open source project (GPL v3) founded by BlueXML, software publisher and technological Alfresco partner. You will find more information on Bluexml and SIDE on their websites.
    December 08 2009 12:00 AM EST

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  • Roberto Galoppini 11:02 am on December 9, 2008 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Application Servers, , OpenLogic, RodCope, , SpringSource dm server   

    Open Source Application Servers: How Application Servers Compare Webinar, by OpenLogic 

    OpenLogic keeps contributing open source knowledge through webinars as well as launching a website named Wazi – a word that means “open” in Swahili – an extension of OpenLogic Exchange comparing open source packages and licenses, sharing best practices and tips.

    Open Source Software Selection is getting more and more important, choosing among application servers like Geronimo, JBoss, SpringSource dm Server and Tomcat requires functional evaluations and technology decisions.

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  • Roberto Galoppini 2:08 pm on January 25, 2008 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , DougLevin, FLOSSBazaar, FLOSSology, , , OpenLogic, StevenGrandchamp,   

    Open Source Tools: HP launches FOSSology and FOSSBazaar 

    HP just announced the availability of FOSSology, an open source tool that can be used to track and monitor the use of Open Source software within an organization. The main functionality made available at the moment is license detection, more features will be added in the next future.

    At the Linux Meets Business conference held yesterday in Germany Christine Martino – Vice President Open Source and Linux Organization at HP – introduced also FOSSBazaar, a community platform to discuss best practices related to the governance of FOSS.

    I had the chance to learn more about HP open source plans just last week, when Martin Mychlmayr invited me to talk with him, Phil Robb – Engineering Section Manager in the Open Source and Linux Organization at HP – and Bernard Marclay, FOSS Marketing Manager at HP.

    HP wants to demonstrate its experience with FOSS Governance obtained in over 7 years for internal purposes, and it will be offering services related to FOSS Governance at large (e.g. defining open source policies, supporting the adoption process with its consulting division, etc).

    As a matter of fact they are partnering with many actors. Doug Levin – Black Duck software CEO – made some public statements welcoming FOSSology’s introduction. Steven Grandchamp – OpenLogic CEO – asked to comment the announcement told me:

    As a Strategic Sponsor of FOSSBazaar, OpenLogic is working with others to provide information and tools that help enterprises understand the issues around open source governance.  Sharing our open source expertise, along with tools like OpenLogic’s OSS Discovery (which produces an inventory of open source being used) and HP’s FOSSology (which uncovers licenses in open source), will help enterprises leverage the significant financial benefits of open source software.

    Also Stormy Peters is blogging on the matter, and others will come. While having dinner with HP people honestly I couldn’t come out with a firm’s name that they didn’t contact yet. We also spoke about the business side of the initiative, I will soon write on the matter.

    The man behind the FOSSBazar community

    Martin, a known Debian developer and fellow researcher, is the man behind the FOSSBazar community. He is the FOSSBazaar Community Manager, and he will be working with partners to define content, help members to conduct valuable and interesting discussions and debates, and he will be joining conferences all over the world to promote the FOSSBazaar community.

    I wish him all the best of luck!

    About Martin Michlmayr
    Martin Michlmayr has been involved in various free and open source software projects for well over 10 years. He acted as the leader of the Debian project for two years. In this role, he performed important organizational and coordination tasks within Debian. Martin works for HP as an Open Source Community Expert and acts as the community manager of FOSSBazaar. Martin holds Master degrees in Philosophy, Psychology and Software Engineering, and earned a PhD from the University of Cambridge.

    • Egor Grebnev 1:46 pm on January 28, 2008 Permalink

      You are doing a great job telling about the people who stand behind the projects, and not just the project themselves. Such information makes a very valuable supplement to the official websites and news articles as it makes everything much more ‘realistic’ and understandable.

      Having received your kind permission to translate some of your postings into Russian for INFO-FOSS.ru, we will be republishing this one in the international expert opinion section that we’re about to set up.

      I have a more general request, though. As you know, I am currently a member of two teams: ALT Linux, which is the largest Free Software development company in Russia and INFO-FOSS.ru, which is an information project on Free Software and Open Standards targeted primarily at government public.

      Both organisations are in need of cooperation with the international research community. As a member of ALT Linux, I would be happy to collaborate and share our experience on Free Software acquisition management in government contracts that we have gained in a series of research projects for the Ministry of Economy. As a member of INFO-FOSS.ru, I am interested in making the project part of the international research community and consequently move from borrowing information mostly from European publications to being involved in its production. There has been a number of FOSS-related developments in Russia recently, and I believe that such cooperation could become mutually beneficial.

      I will highly appreciate any help from you side as even partial implementation of these wishes will be a major step forward!

    • Roberto Galoppini 11:19 pm on January 28, 2008 Permalink


      I am glad and honored to be published on INFO-FOSS.ru, please link to the original for comments and suggestions.

      You might share your ALT Linux experiences with open source acquisition by public administrations with an international audience. If you wish so my blog is always open to your contributions, and you might get the attention of potential EC partners and eventually get info-foss.ru involved with FP7 and beyond.

    • Carlo Daffara 12:24 pm on January 29, 2008 Permalink

      Dear Egor,
      I share with Roberto the wish to help in strengthening the ties between Russia and Europe on FOSS technologies and approaches. I would be happy to help in bridging the work done in the past (in the COSPA, SPIRIT, OpenTTT and FLOSSMETRICS projects) if it may be helpful, and learning from you and your experiences.
      I am working on the new revision of our EU guide to OSS, and any addition and resource will be welcome.

    • Egor Grebnev 2:16 pm on January 29, 2008 Permalink

      Dear Carlo,

      Thanks for your message! Yes, sharing your experience on these projects will be very helpful. There is not a little information gathered already, and I often feel myself in need of someone to guide me through.

      I believe that it is the appropriate moment to make a summary of our achievements in an English presentation. Meanwhile, I will try to contact you via email.

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