Events

Elixir with Love" rel="bookmark">Elixir with Love

An Elixir conference driven by inclusion.

http://lanyrd.com/ctrrzm

WooCommerce Developers Conference" rel="bookmark">WooCommerce Developers Conference

Make the most of your WooCommerce development

http://lanyrd.com/cwmttf

SeaGL 2017" rel="bookmark">SeaGL 2017

Seattle GNU/Linux Conference

http://lanyrd.com/cwmptc

nopCommerce Days 2017" rel="bookmark">nopCommerce Days 2017

ecommerce, nopCommerce, ecommerce platform, shopping cart

http://lanyrd.com/ctpgxc

Drupal Government Days 2013" rel="bookmark">Drupal Government Days 2013

Drupal4Gov and Mil-OSS | DC are happy to be working together to host Drupal Government Days 2013. Come join us for a a few days of Government-oriented Open Source, Drupal, and more!

OSI Open Source License Clinic D.C." rel="bookmark">OSI Open Source License Clinic D.C.

osi-logoThe Open Source Initiative (OSI) will host a small open source license clinic as part of its non-profit educational mission, in collaboration with federal agency participants and the Washington D.C. technology community  The clinic is designed as a cross-industry, cross-community workshop for legal, contract, acquisition and program professionals who wish to deepen their understanding of open source software licenses, and raise their proficiency to better serve their organizations objectives as well as identify problems which may be unique to government.

Invited Expert Presenters and Panelist include:

  • Ms. Vicki Allums, General Counsel, Defense Information Systems Agency, Department of Defense
  • Mr. Jim Jagielski, OSI board director and President, Apache Foundation
  • Mr. Mike Milinkovich, OSI board director and Executive Director, Eclipse Foundation
  • Mr. Luis Villa, OSI board director and Deputy General Counsel, WIkimedia Foundation
  • Mr. David Wheeler, Analyst, Institute for Defense Analyses

What we’ll be talking about:

  • What are the most popular open source licenses, and how are they commonly used?
  • What are the common barriers – real or perceived – in government adoption of open source with regard to the licenses under which the software is distributed? What are the successful approaches to overcoming these? Where are the reference models in this regard?
  • What are the challenges for industry or open source community in working with federal agencies? Who has been successful in overcoming these?
  • How are government agencies distributing their own code under open source licenses? Include external shareholders in the process?
  • What is the rational behind license non-proliferation? Does government need special license? What are the case studies or history in this area?

Registration is free, advance sign-up is required.  More details at OpenSource.org and the registration site.

2013 Awards Submission Deadline" rel="bookmark">2013 Awards Submission Deadline

Open Source Award Submission Ends