13H30 à 17H00 - LAUSANNE

 
 COMMUNITY SUMMIT

Coordonné et modéré par OW2, le Community Summit est un atelier annuel de partage d'expérience entre les praticiens des grandes communautés du libre. Cette année les discussions...

Coordonné et modéré par OW2, le Community Summit est un atelier annuel de partage d'expérience entre les praticiens des grandes communautés du libre. Cette année les discussions vont porter sur les bonnes pratiques de gestion des projets open source.

Trackleader : Cédric Thomas


Best open source development practices, straight from the OpenStack trenches 
Thierry Carrez, OpenStack

Achieving impact with Open Source Software: from theory to practice 
Roberto Di Cosmo, IRILL

Lessons Learned: The Apache Way 
Jim Jagielski, Capital One

User Driven OSS Communities - Patterns of Collaboration 
Ralph Mueller, Eclipse

Easy-Hacks everywhere! 
Sophie Gautier, Document Foundation

Patterns and Practices for Open Source Software Project Success 
Stefan WALLI, Hewlett Packard

It's Time To Specify Software Freedom
Simon Phipps, OSI


Q&A - Open discussion 
 
 

09H00 à 10H30 - LAUSANNE

 
 OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE IN LARGE CITIES

The OSS in Big Cities session is an international meet-up of IT managers from local governments and large municipalities starting with the City of Paris. The session will...

The OSS in Big Cities session is an international meet-up of IT managers from local governments and large municipalities starting with the City of Paris. The session will showcase how they leverage open source technologies in their information systems. 

Trackleader : Cédric Thomas

Ville de Paris 
Open Source Software in Large Cities

Bologna City, Italy 
Osvaldo Panaro, Direttore / CIO, Comune di Bologna, Dipartimento Economia e Promozione della Città Settore Agenda Digitale e Tecnologie Informatiche

Aarhus, Denmark
Camilla TAEKKE 
Niels SCHMIDT PETERSEN, Open Source Project Managers, Municipality of Aarhus

Saragosse City, Spain 
Eduardo Romero, Tecnico Informatico en Ayuntamiento de Zaragoza

 

1H00 à 12H30 - LAUSANNE

 
 INVITED COUNTRY : CHINA

The Invited Country session is a wild card given to our China international partners for an overview of their commitments in support of free and open source software, whether in...

The Invited Country session is a wild card given to our China international partners for an overview of their commitments in support of free and open source software, whether in public administration, research or business. 

Trackleader : Cédric THOMAS, OW2

Software Crowdsourcing Practices and Research Directions 
Wenjun Wu, Professor, Computer Science, BeiHang University, Beijing, China

Software crowdsourcing has been a popular topic in software engineering, human computation, social computing, and economics. It is a grand challenge for enterprise to achieve repeatability and reliability for crowdsourcing software projects. This talk summarizes important lessons learned from industrial software crowdsourcing as well as key theoretical work related to software crowdsourcing. Based on the summary, it presents a game theoretical model to describe software crowdsourcing process and quality assurance mechanism.

Mining Micro-practices from Large-scale OSS Repositories 
Minghui Zhou, Peking University

Best practices in software engineering have always been the goal of practitioners and researchers striving to improve software productivity and quality. However, it is not always clear to what extent and how these practices affect individual behavior. Also, methodologies and processes are generally used as templates, but in practice they are implemented, customized, adapted, and evolved to suit a particular context. 
The publicly accessible data recorded in operational support tools of millions of Open-source Software (OSS) projects present a tantalizing possibility to discover fine-scale behaviors. We propose to utilize this data to study micro-practices (actual activity patterns used by individuals or projects to accomplish basic software development tasks, such as writing code, testing, triaging bugs, or mentoring newcomers) in a large-scale evidence-based approach. We accomplish this by first creating a mirror of the projects in the open source universe. We then introduce how to involve the inductive generalization from in-depth studies of specific projects from one side and the categorization of micro-practices in the entire universe from the other side. 

Trustie: Towards a Trustworthy Platform for Crowd-based Software Development 
Yin Gang, NUDT (National University of Defense Technology)

Internet provides a globally connected environment for software development, where developers and users can be easily involved in software development activities, consciously or unconsciously. Crowd-based software development is a methodology for software development teams to reuse, design, implement, evaluate and deploy software for crowds of Internet users. This report will introduce the motivation, concept, architecture and technology stack of Crowd-based software development, as well as an on-going practical platform aiming to implement and test it in real applications - Trustie. We will specially introduce the application of Trustie in college education of software engineering in China.

Huawei SoftCOM, Reshape the Future Way of Telco Industry Based on Open Standards 
Yin Gang, NUDT (National University of Defense Technology)
Robert FANNING, Senior Solution Marketing Manager, Huawei Technologies
 
 

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