Posts Tagged ‘economics’

Key values of Open Source Software: are they still relevant?

Tuesday, January 20th, 2015

I’m leaving for the U.S.A. and going there as a supporter of open source software and SpagoBI, with a focus on Industry and Federal Government. Would you like to meet me? You just have a few days left to register: do it now! Now, I’m going to advocate neither for the Open Source suite for […]

Radical Open Source – Economics

Friday, May 3rd, 2013

A long time ago I wrote my first post on Radical Openness. I promised to post something more about the Economics lying behind the Radical Openness approach, even though it is  quite a challenge for me. As both an industrial IT manager and a representative of open source communities, when dealing with open source projects […]

Radical Openness

Friday, October 14th, 2011

Next Ted Global 2012 is going to address Radical Openness. They say: “The world is becoming increasingly interconnected and open. Radically open — manifesting itself in open borders, open culture, open-source, open data, open science, open world, open minds. With the loss of privacy that it implies, openness carries its own dangers. But it breeds […]