Posts Tagged ‘qualipso’

Which relationship between enterprises and the free software community?

Monday, September 19th, 2011

Finally, the paper supporting my speech at the 5th Italian Conference on Free Software, June 2011,  is available. It includes many quotes coming from the Community track of fOSSa Conference 2010 – by the way, stay tuned with fOSSa 2011: registration will open soon! – and from the Open World Forum Paris, 2010 – come […]

SOS Open Source: Save Our Souls from Open Source assessments

Tuesday, January 18th, 2011

The inclusion of open source solutions and developments into software qualification and selection methodologies is not a new research topic. For many years different approaches have existed, including QSOS by Atos Origin, OSMM by B.Golden, OSMM by Cap Gemini, EOS by Optaros, OpenBRR, OSS Watch, IRCA by David Wheeler, ohloh recently acquired by Black Duck […]

OSCON experience part 2

Monday, August 9th, 2010

OSCON 2010 is ended few weeks ago … and I’m still organizing all the inputs, contacts and comments I’ve collected … During the exhibition days I had the opportunity to present what we are doing in QualiPSo (and if you’ve been there you know how much crowded our booth has been). Thanks to that I’ve […]

OSCON experience, part 1

Tuesday, July 20th, 2010

This week, and starting from yesterday, is taking place OSCON (Open Source Conference) in Portland, Oregon. A very big amount of attendees is expected and from what I see this wonderful convention center will be able to handle all that people. The first two day are mainly dedicated to the tutorial sessions but on Wednesday […]

Open Quality

Wednesday, March 17th, 2010

With this post I’m starting my new adventure in the SpagoWorld blog. I’m going to write, mainly, for the so called Open Quality category, which purpose is to collect the investigations about Quality and Open Source relationship. As directly involved on these two elements (Quality and Open Source) my personal aim is to make them […]