Paris Open Source Summit





Business models & valuation
14H00 - 16H00 // SALLE LE MONTAGE

Within this track, we will explore the diversity of open source business models. We will discuss the different axes of valorisation that open source allows thanks to testimonies from professionals who will come to share their analyses and best practices. Are you planning to start an open source business? This track will give you a lot of useful information to define your strategy.

 14h00 -14h10 : Introduction : Amel Charleux, Université de Montpellier
14h10 -14h40 : Tuleap's open road map: an ideal model to finance the development of free software? Feedback on 5 years of experience : Laurent Charles, Enalean
14h40 -15h10 : How Open Source, by its nature, can generate business ? : Kevin Dejour, Oro Inc
15h10 -15h40 : How to promote your open-source project? :  Thomas Betous & Franck Abgrall
14h40 -15h10 : Behind the mirror : how we run an OpenSource company : Vincent Picavet, Oslandia


Open Source Community Summit
14H00 - 18H30 // SALLE MIXAGE

Trackleader : Cédric Thomas, OW2 

The 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 new challenges appearing as open source has reached industry maturity. The challenges which are going to be addressed include the control over re-use of components and the management of dependencies, the software assessment, the verticalisation of the market and the appearance of opportunistic foundations.

 14h00 - 14h20 : Open Source Community Summit introduction : Cédric Thomas, OW2
 14h20 - 14h40 : Open source under attack : Thierry Carrez, OpenStack Foundation (OSF)
 14h40 - 15h00 : OSS and Large Users: From Awareness to Sustainability/ : Frédéric Aatz, Microsoft
 15h00 - 15h20 : Open source sustainability Simon Phipps, Meshed Insights
 15h20 - 15h40 : Why do open source developers still live with their mothers? : Mirko Boehm, Endocode
 15h40 - 16h00 : No open source code without communities, Ensuring the future of open source communities Emmanuel Lecharny, Apache Foundation
 16h30 - 16h50 : Everything Old is New Again: Current Tensions and Future Opportunities for Open Source Leslie Hawthorn, Red Hat
 16h50 - 17h10 : The Political Challenge of Mainstreaming Open Source Astor Nummeling Carlberg, Open Forum Europe
 17h10 - 17h30 : L’empilement des tortues: peut-on gérer la complexité galopante des dependences sans devenir fou ? :  Zak Greant, ActiveState
 17h30 - 18h00 : Open Discussion


14H30 - 16H0 // PLATEAU 3

14h30 - 16h00 : Open Source : challenges and opportunities for women's entrepreneurshipMauna TRAIKIA, Conseillère territoriale développement numérique? Karine JACQ, Déléguée Générale, Katya LAINÉ, CEO , Véronique TORNER, CEO,  Frédérique CHABBERT, Co-fondatrice, Plaine Commune Grand Paris, Systematic Paris-Region, Kwalys, AlterWay, Effency

Implementation of Open Source strategies
16H30 - 18H30 // SALLE LE MONTAGE

Open source is now everywhere in IT projects of companies, administrations, associations, etc. No sector of activity escapes open source, which is strongly transforming the way we imagine digital technology for the benefit of all. A look back at some emblematic projects that have marked the ecosystem.

 16h30 -17h00 : From a government program... to real community development, VITAM's path : Jean-Séverin LAIR, DINSIC
17h00 -17h30 : The picaresque adventures of Open Source at INSEE: a changing picture of digital mores : Arnaud Degorre & Benoît Werquin, INSEE
17h30 -18h00 : Publishing Open Source code in a bank: an impossible mission? : Fabien Baligand et Damien Trouillet, Informatique CDC
  18h00 -18h30 : Société Générale's open source strategy and program : Nan Liang et Jyotiprasad Rath, Société Générale



European Collaborative Innovation
09H30 - 11H00 // SALLE MIXAGE

Trackleader : Catherine Nuel, OW2

The session focuses on European collaborative projects best practices. Through a series of publicly financed research projects presentations, we invite the leaders of collaborative projects to highlight success factors and the role of open source software in facilitating open innovation. This session is a showcase for international R&D projects in cloud computing, software engineering and breakthrough internet applications.

 09h30 - 09h45 : FASTEN: Intelligent Package Management : Giasemi Seisa, Endocode
 09h45 - 10h00 : DECODER, the Next Software Project Intelligence Platform : Virgile Prevosto, CEA
 10h00 - 10h15 : CROSSMINER Developer-Centric Knowledge Mining from Large Open-Source Software Repositories : Alessandra Bagnato, Softeam
 10h15 - 10h30 : ReachOut : Software Beta-Testing for Research Projects : Catherine Nuel, OW2
 10h30 - 10h45 : MELODIC: Enabling Cross-Cloud application management using open source : Geir Horn, Oslo University
 10h45 - 11h00 : Open Discussion


Governance & ecosystem animation
09H30 - 12H30 // SALLE LE MONTAGE 

Open Source is not only about technologies, it is also a strategy for differentiation, learning, knowledge transfer and innovation. Open Source projects have a unique way of working, centered around the community. We will cover topics as varied as project governance, contribution space management and neutrality, licensing and contracts, etc.

 09h30 - 10h00 : Understanding the open source governance : Gilles Gravier, Wipro Limited
10h00 - 10h30 : Sustaining Open Source Software  : Stephen Walli, Microsoft
10h30 - 11h00 : Interests conflicts & competition: the place of the publisher in ecosystem management : Bertrand Maugain, eZ Systems
11h00 - 12h00 : PANEL : Neutrality of contribution spaces? : Grégory Becue, Smile ; Thierry Carrez, OpenStack Foundation ; Bruno Cornec, HPE ; Bertrand Maugain, eZ Systems
12h00 - 12h30 : A Trademark-based contract for OSS maintainers : Benjamin Jean, Inno3
14h00 - 14h45 : Study and improve the maturity of your open source project, and make it more attractive and credible : Antoine Thomas, PrestaShop
14h45 - 15h30 : Best practices for organizational security in an open source project : Nina Cercy, Nextcloud

Sovereignty & Ethics
09H30 - 12H30 // SALLE LE CASTING

Make way for open discussions on the benefits of open source and free software. Open source carries a message and principles that infuse society as a whole. It is a whole movement that continues to actively contribute to the public debate. Computer freedoms, respect for personal data, copyright and patents, sovereignty,... We will discuss this without taboos with representatives of the ecosystem.

 09h30 - 10h00 : Towards a free, decentralized and above all federated Internet : Pierre-Yves Gosset, Framasoft
 10h00 - 10h30 : Telling the story of computer freedoms on the radio : Frédéric Couchet, April
 10h30 - 11h00 : Open source, renewal of Humanism : Jérôme Vieilledent,
 11h00 - 11h30 : Open Source, Standards Development and Patents in Europe : Mirko Boehm, Open Invention Network
 11h30 - 12h00 : Free Software : a political issue. Talk around April actions. : Etienne Gonnu, April
 12h00 - 12h30 : Development under license : Jérôme Debras, JDLaw
 14h00 - 14h30
Criminal law in the digital age: back to basicsMyriam Criquet,  API : Action of Public Interest
 14h30 - 15h00
The evolution of open source trends in the last 3 yearsPhilippe Lardy, OpenExpo Europe
 15h00 - 15h30 :
The evolution of Open Source since the 2000s from the point of view of a developer: Feedback : Christophe Champion, IOcean
 16h00 - 16h30 :
Open source software and GDPR compliance: who is accountable?Nina Cercy,  Nextcloud
 16h30 - 17h30
PANEL : Data sovereigntyJulien Peeters, Monkey Codex ; Christophe Villeneuve, Hello-Design ; Benoît Donnette, Theosis Sasu

Open Source Governance
11H00 - 12H30 // SALLE MIXAGE 

Trackleaders : Cédric Thomas, OW2 & Christian Paterson, Orange

Leveraging the momentum of the OW2 Open Source Governance initiative, this session aims at developing and promoting the usage and sharing of free and open source software governance best practices among large users and systems integrators. This session will play as a neutral, open ground for concerned executives to share their experience, difficulties, doubts, uncertainties, but also successes and best practices in steering their open source strategies.

 11h00 - 11h15 : How OSS governance benefits business : Christian Paterson, Orange
 11h15 - 11h30 : Measuring the OW2 projects market maturity  : Cédric Thomas, OW2
 11h30 - 11h45 : OSS governance and best practices: the MAIF example : François Desmier, MAIF
 11h45 - 12h00 : Riding the OSS Governance learning curveFranck Villaume, Microsoft
 12h00 - 12h15 : InnerSource and open source governance : Florent Zara, Henix
 12h15 - 12h30 : Open discussion


OSS in Big Cities
14H00 - 15H30 // SALLE LE MONTAGE 

Trackleader : Cédric Thomas, OW2

This session builds on the success of previous year's Open Source in Big Cities sessions, the "OW2 OSS in Big Cities initiative" at steered by City of Paris and the “The Open Source City Forum” organized by City of Paris, MOSSLAB (Baltimore) and OW2. The session is build as a public report where executives in charge of large municipal information systems will discuss the tenets of their open source strategies.

 14h00 - 14h20 : Lutece the Open City Service Platform/ : Philippe Bareille, Mairie de Paris
 14h20 - 14h40 : Managing an open source environment for Public Administration: the CSI-Piemonte's experience : Laura Garbati, Enterprise Architect at CSI-Piemonte
 14h40 - 15h00 : Why an open source city organization is needed : Esteve Almirall, City of Barcelona
 15h00 - 15h20 : Organizing Open Source for Cities : Jacob Green,
 15h20 - 15h30 : Open discussion


Implementation of Open Source strategies
16H00 - 17H30 // SALLE LE MIXAGE

Open source is now everywhere in IT projects of companies, administrations, associations, etc. No sector of activity escapes open source, which is strongly transforming the way we imagine digital technology for the benefit of all. A look back at some emblematic projects that have marked the ecosystem.

 16h00 - 16h45 : How to finance your Open Source project ? : Ludovic Dubost, Xwiki
 16h45 - 17h30 : Reliable Open Industry : Mathias Schrieber, TYPO3 Gmbh
 16h30 - 17h00 : Babylon.js, 3D from a garage project to a widely adopted engine in Enterprise products : David Rousset, Microsoft
 17h00 - 17h30 : Open Source at Amazon : Ricardo Sueiras, Amazon