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March 12-14, 2019 - Half Moon Bay, CA
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Wednesday, March 13 • 11:30am - 12:00pm
What’s Your Open Source Strategy? - James Vasile, Open Tech Strategies & Susy Struble, Mozilla

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Two years ago, Mozilla’s Open Innovation team took inspiration from a discussion at the OSLS around the need for companies invested in open source to be open by design: to ensure their entire open source approach for a project, from governance to tools, is thoughtfully designed to reach that project’s goals and impact.

To help with this challenge, in summer 2018, Mozilla together with Open Tech Strategies published a research report, a “field guide” into open source strategy and project design. This "Open Source Archetypes Report" identified 10 general types of open communities in their strategic contexts.

This presentation will not only share perspectives to encourage a more systematic approach to open source. It will also provide a sneak preview of the upcoming version two of the report, which takes into account industry feedback we collected in response to the original release.

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Susy Struble

Senior Manager Open Innovation, Mozilla
Susy Struble is Senior Manager Open Innovation at Mozilla. She brings her experience with industry collaborations around interoperability, standards, and open source to Mozilla's Open Innovation Leadership team, with the goal of harnessing the power and diversity of Mozilla's contributor... Read More →
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James Vasile

Partner, Open Tech Strategies
James Vasile has fifteen years of experience as a user, developer, advocate, and advisor in the free and open source software world. His expertise is in software licensing and community-building, as well as non-profit and small business startup. He focuses on free software and open source produ... Read More →


Wednesday March 13, 2019 11:30am - 12:00pm
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