Keynote: We're Building On Hollowed Foundations: Worrying Trends in Open Source and What We Can Do About It
Open source has won. As little as 5 years ago, the decision faced by many companies building software was whether or not to go with a proprietary database/language/operating system/etc or to choose the open source one. In 2017 we give this shift little thought; nowadays we simply reach for the open source compiler/database/operating system without even considering the closed source, proprietary choices. This is great! Or is it?
As we all happily jump on the open source bandwagon for project after project that we undertake, there are cracks beginning to form in some of the most important open source projects that we’ve all begun to depend on.
Open source is in fact in peril in many ways. In this talk, I’ll show you a view of open source that you may be completely unaware of, and I will show you some ways that you can jump in and help begin to build a better future for open source.
Thu 4 AprDisplayed time zone: Amsterdam, Berlin, Bern, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna change
09:30 - 10:30
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K: Heather Miller Carnegie Mellon UniversityFile Attached