Archive for May, 2010

Open Source SOA for Internet of Services: Spagic success story

Friday, May 28th, 2010

Spagic has contributed to the development of the MyFestival project, which enables the participants to organize their own participation in the Festival of Economics in Trento, thanks to an electronic agenda that is accessible by a web connection and a mobile phone. Festival of Economics in Trento is a key meeting in Italy, aiming to […]

Pure Open Source and Ecology of Value – Part II: keyfactor #1 – the organizational context

Monday, May 24th, 2010

In my previous post Pure Open Source and Ecology of Value Part II: the right approach, my conclusion focused on four key-factors. The first one is the organizational context. (I started this discussion with Pure Open Source and Ecology of Value Part I: A new strategy: the ecological approach to the value) Who is willing […]

Eclipse SOA/Interoperability Day 2010 in Italy

Thursday, May 20th, 2010

What about coming to Rome, Italy, to know what’s happening in the Eclipse Open Source SOA domain? Cool topics about OS SOA and Interoperability are coming! The agenda is under construction, but we are going to have speeches about Eclipse Foundation (Ralph Mueller), Eclipse SOA Initiative (Ricco Deustcher) and experiences/use cases concerning the adoption of […]

Pure Open Source and Ecology of Value – Part II: the right approach

Tuesday, May 18th, 2010

In my previous post Pure Open Source and Ecology of Value Part I: A new strategy: the ecological approach to the value I said that the new strategy hasn’t been planned a priori but it derives from the analysis of its results, growth and adaptation over time. Now, it’s time to talk over the right […]

About OSS adoption in Europe – An Italian point of view

Monday, May 10th, 2010

Some days ago, Geoffrey Mobisson posted his blog with Open Source Notes from the Left Bank: OSS Adoption in Europe. In particular, he said: “Europe has so clearly established itself as the most dominating “consumer” of open source enterprise applications”. Looking at his own reasons, I mostly agree with reason n.1 (i.e.: “The combination of […]

Pure Open Source and Ecology of Value – Part I: a new strategy for the ecological approach

Monday, May 3rd, 2010

Hi, in my latest post Open Core and Pure Open Source I said: “[ecology of value] could be a new answer to an old request: how to bring innovation and value into the market. It depends on what innovation and value are”. Now, I’m here again and I’d like to start from the beginning: SpagoWorld […]

Teaching Open Source

Sunday, May 2nd, 2010

Do you think it’s possible to teach Open Source? It seems so … Recently I’ve discovered the Teaching Open Source initiative which aims to teach next generations of software developers, analysts, system admin, etc. the ability to work eficently within Open Source communities. The concept of “Open Source in Education is extremely unclear”, as stated […]