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  • A snippet of truth: Microsoft's lawyers on patent trolls « carlodaffara.conecta.itcarlodaffara.conecta.it
    began voir dire by asking the following question to the jury panel So an example might be that somebody has a patent that they re using not to protect a valuable product but someone s copying but because they are attacking somebody because they just want to try to get money out of them So it fits for example with the litigation question Mr Parker asked So if somebody felt that let s take this case for an example If somebody felt that the patents were being used in a wrong way not to protect a valuable product but a wrong way could you find that patent invalid or noninfringed and THE COURT I understand that you just told the jury if somebody was using the patent not to compete that that was the wrong way to use the patent MR POWERS No not to compete just to get money not to protect anything That s what I asked A good reason for software patent reform in my view if one of the largest patent holders Microsoft s portfolio continues to grow at a higher rate than most companies in the top 25 of patent issuers and was one of only five in the top 25 to receive more patents in 2007 than in 2006 from Microsoft PressPass warns against patent abuse open source software patents This entry was posted on Tuesday August 18th 2009 11 55 am and is filed under blog divertissements You can follow any responses to this entry through RSS 2 0 You can leave a response or trackback from your own site Comments 0 Trackbacks 1 No comments yet Cancel Reply Name required E Mail required will not be published Website Submit Comment A snippet of truth Microsoft s lawyers on patent trolls blog divertissements

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  • And now, for something totally different: EveryDesk! « carlodaffara.conecta.itcarlodaffara.conecta.it
    VirtualBox and allows for mounting the disk images remotely so the disk storage is remote and the execution is local This way VDI can be implemented by adding only storage that is cheap and easy to manage and avoiding all the virtualization infrastructure The seamless virtualization mode of VirtualBox allows for a quite good integration between Windows especially Windows 7 and the local environment Coupled with the fact that the desktop is small and runs in less than 100MB with both Firefox and OpenOffice org it takes only 150MB it makes for a good substitute of a traditional thin client is manageable through CIM and is commercially supported Among the extensions developed we have a complete ITIL compliant management infrastructure and digitally signed log storage for health care and law enforcement applications For more information our health care home page main site on twitter facebook and of course here open source OSS adoption OSS business models OSS migration public administrations This entry was posted on Monday June 21st 2010 5 03 pm and is filed under OSS adoption blog You can follow any responses to this entry through RSS 2 0 You can leave a response or trackback from your own site Comments 10 Trackbacks 6 1 by Herman Wagter June 21st 2010 at 21 06 Hello the sourceforge files need a password to decrypt Can you supply tjis pwd Thanks Quote 2 by Mike Chelen June 21st 2010 at 21 17 How is the SMB share mounted will system updates such as newly installed packages be saved online or to the flash drive Looks handy for users that move often between different computers Quote 3 by cdaffara June 22nd 2010 at 08 21 Wagter The file is not encrypted only compressed to guarantee the correct downloading I suggest a download manager like Wget since it is quite large Chelen The Share is automounted at login basically you need two things 1 to link authentication to the SMB server 2 to configure the automount feature For the first part the easiest approach is to use AD configuration is in the control panel after that user logins are mirrored to that of the Windows Server Then modify the user name and server IP in the file pam mount conf xml for automount to happen automatically at login There is no saved password reducing the security risk pam mount shares the token of the current successful login to perform the mount Quote 4 by Alexis June 25th 2010 at 12 56 Guys what is the command to install this baby on the USB drive EveryDesk is a binary image designed for 4GB USB keys easy to install with a single command both on Linux and Windows Quote 5 by Alexis June 25th 2010 at 13 00 EveryDesk is a binary image designed for 4GB USB keys easy to install with a single command both on Linux and Windows I think I found my answer Why not try unetbootin windows 248 exe I

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  • On open source competence centers « carlodaffara.conecta.itcarlodaffara.conecta.it
    this is the case it is because not properly reported 2 For sure there are a lot of local reality that work very well On the other side I do not know if at National level there are still something up and running 3 Does QUALOSS network of competence centers exist Probably you are referring to QualiPSo one Concerning all the other suggestions you raised in your post they all go in the direction of what the Competence Centre intends to do in the next months In particular 1 one of the goal of the centre is to create a software catalog using the QualiPSo methodologies and tools where we have heavily invested in 2 the Competence Center intends to become the aggregator of all the Italian initiatives on the Open Source working like a window toward the world thanks to the network of contacts it is involved in see below 3 Try to find expertise and competences to provide support on the identified solutions by offering consultancy services remotely and on site 4 We have a specific section set up that is called Provide us feedback whose goal is exactly to collect requirements from potential stakeholders to be able satisfy as much as possible their TR TO at the best of our possibilities In addition to this the QualiPSo network of Competente Centers and the Italian one is among this are part of an international network of competence centers supported by OSI and launched last year during the OWF www flosscc org This initiative goes exactly in your direction trying to collect the best practices experiences expertise and know how that each competence center can offer sharing this all together within this initiative In addition to this the participants to this initiative all signed a MANIFESTO that describe the principles ethics and motivations behind each actions undertaken by the competence centers Last but not least the CC is up and running since the 22nd of April and we are still on an adjustment phase Happy to receive constructive suggestions to improve Quote 4 by cdaffara April 29th 2010 at 09 28 Dear Matteo first of all thanks for participating and leaving your comments and sorry for the delay in approving them I am happy to hear that the initiative will be open to other realities I can provide two additional suggestions as you mention the activity on the catalog I would suggest that you check the one already developed in the past FLOSSMETRICS and OpenTTT ones available at http guide conecta it on the right side The catalog is already receiving contributions from the IOSN open source network of the United Nations in the south east of Asia and is mirrored there as well It is available under a very liberal CC license allowing also commercial use Or we can include what is developed in your network as before to try to reuse knowledge and enhance what is already there on networking with other centers I am well aware

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  • Why COMmunity+COMpany is a winning COMbination « carlodaffara.conecta.itcarlodaffara.conecta.it
    the monetization services may those be proprietary add ons paid services and so on Why Because the current structure is not the most efficient to enable participation from outside groups if you look at the various open core offerings the majority of the code is developed from in house developers while on community managed consortia the code may be originated by a single company but is taken up by more entities The best example is Eclipse as recently measured 25 of the committers work for IBM with individuals accounting for 22 and a large number of companies like Oracle Borland Actuate and many others with percentages that go from 1 to 7 in a collective non IBM collaboration Having then a pure proprietary company that sells services or add ons also removes any possibility of misunderstanding about what is offered to the customer and thus will make the need of a OSS checklist unnecessary Of course this means that the direction of the project is no longer in the hand of a single company and this may be a problem for investors that may want to have some form of exclusivity or guarantee of maintaining the control But my impression is that there is only the illusion of control because if there is a large enough payoff forks will make the point moot exactly like it happened with MySQL and by relieving control the company gets back a much enlarged community of developers and potential adopters FLOSS open source This entry was posted on Friday October 16th 2009 4 20 pm and is filed under OSS adoption OSS business models You can follow any responses to this entry through RSS 2 0 You can leave a response or trackback from your own site Comments 0 Trackbacks 3 No comments yet

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  • 2020 FLOSS Roadmap, 2009 Version published « carlodaffara.conecta.itcarlodaffara.conecta.it
    debates on this issue by freely publishing the various opinions and points of view 2009 s article questions about the impact of Cloud Computing on employment in IT Contradictory evolutions While significant progress was observed in line with 2020 FLOSS Roadmap the 2009 Synthesis highlights contradictory evolutions the penetration of FLOSS continues but at political level there is still some blocking In spite of recognition from intellectuals the alliance between security and proprietary has been reinforced and has delayed the evolution of lawful environments In terms of public policies progress is variable Except in Brazil United Kingdom and the Netherlands who have made notable moves no other major stimulus for FLOSS has appeared on the radar The 2009 Synthesis is questioning why governments are still reluctant to adopt a more voluntary FLOSS attitude Because FLOSS supports new concepts of society and supports the links between technology and solidarity it should be taken into account in public policies Two new issues Considering what has been published in 2008 two new issues have emerged which will need to be explored in the coming months proprietary hardware platforms which may slow the development of FLOSS and proprietary data which may create critical lock ins even when software is free The global economic crisis While the global crisis may have had a negative impact on services based businesses and services vendors specializing in FLOSS it has proved to be an opportunity for most FLOSS vendors who have seen their business grow significantly in 2009 When it comes to Cloud based businesses the facts tend to show a massive migration of applications in the coming months Impressive growth in terms of hosting is paving the way for these migrations Free software and financial system this new theme of the 2020 FLOSS Roadmap makes its appearance in the version 2009 in order to take into account the role which FLOSS can hold in a system which currently is the target of many reflexions Sun Oracle The acquisition of Sun by Oracle is seen by contributors to the 2009 Synthesis as a major event with the potential risk that it will significantly redefine the FLOSS landscape But while the number of major IT players is decreasing the number of small and medium size companies focused around FLOSS is growing rapidly This movement is structured around technology communities and business activities with some of the business models involved being hybrid ones FLOSS is like forests The 2009 Synthesis puts forward this analogy to make it easier to understand the complexity of FLOSS through the use of a simple and rich image Like forests and their canopies which play host to a rich bio diversity and diverse ecosystems FLOSS is diverse with multiple layers and branches both in term of technology and creation of wealth Like a forest FLOSS provides vital oxygen to industry Like forests which have brought both health and wealth throughout human history FLOSS plays an important role in the transformation of society Having accepted this

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  • OSS adoption « carlodaffara.conecta.itcarlodaffara.conecta.it
    of the results is What does it means That licensing issues are the main reason for publishing back but separated by very few percentage points other reasons appear the signaling advantage being good players the R D sharing and many others In this sense my view is that the GPL creates an initial context by forcing the publication of source code that creates a secondary effect reuse and quality improvement that appears after some time In fact our research shows that companies need quite some time to grasp the advantages of reuse and participation the GPL enforces participation for enough time that companies discovers the added benefits and start moving their motivations to economic reasons as compared to legal enforcing or legal risks FLOSS open source OSS adoption OSS business models 4 Comments The new form of Open Core or how everyone was right Posted by cdaffara in OSS adoption OSS business models OSS data on July 9th 2009 Right on the heels of the 451 group s CAOS 12 report I had the opportunity to perform a comparison between monetization modalities that we originally classified as open core in the first edition of our work with the more recent database of OSS companies and their adopted models such an analysis can be found in our guide as well An interesting observation was the shifting perspective on what open core actually is and to present some examples on why I believe that the original open core nearly disappeared while a new model was behind the more recent claims that this has become one of the preferred models for OSS companies In the beginning we used as a classification criteria the distinction of code bases an Open Core company was identified by the fact that the commercial product had a different source code base usually an extension of a totally OS one and the license to obtain the commercial was exclusive so as to distinguish this from the dual licensing model In the past open core was more or less a re enactment of shareware of old that is the open source edition was barely functional and usable only to perform some testing or evaluation but not for using in production The new open core is more a combination of services and some marginal extension that are usually targeted for integration with proprietary components or to simplify deployment and management In this sense the real part of open core that is the exclusive code is becoming less and less important three years ago we estimated that from a functional point of view the old open core model separated functions at approximately 70 the OS edition had from 60 to 70 of the functions of the proprietary product while now this split is around 90 or even higher but is complemented with assurance services like support documentation knowledge bases the certification of code and so on Just to show some examples DimDim We have synchronized this release to match the latest hosted version and released the complete source code tree Bear in mind that features which require the Dimdim meeting portal scheduling recording to note are not available in open source There is also no limit to the number of attendees and meetings that can be supported using the Open Source Community Edition If you compare the editions it is possible to see that the difference lies apart from the scheduling and recording in support and the availability of professional services like custom integration with external authentication sources Alfresco The difference in source code lies in the clustering and high availability support and the JMX management extensions all of which may be replicated with some effort by using pure OSS tools Those differences are clearly relevant for the largest and most complex installations from the point of view of services the editions are differentiated through availability of support certification both of binary releases and of external stacks like database and app server bug fixing documentation availability of upgrades and training options Cynapse an extremely interesting group collaboration system The code difference lies in LDAP integration and clustering the service difference lies in support availability of certified binaries knowledgebase access and official documentation OpenClinica a platform for the creation of Electronic Data Capture systems used in pharmaceutical trials and in data acquisition in health care from the web site OpenClinica Enterprise is fully supported version of the OpenClinica platform with a tailored set of Research Critical Services such as installation training validation upgrades help desk support customization systems integration and more During the compilation of the second FLOSSMETRICS database I found that the majority of open core models were actually moving from the original definition to an hybrid monetization model that brings together several separate models particularly the platform provider product specialist and the proper open core one to better address the needs of customers The fact that the actual percentage of code that is not available under an OSS license is shrinking is in my view a positive fact because it allows for the real OSS project to stand on its own and eventually be reused by others and because it shows that the proprietary code part is less and less important in an ecosystem where services are the real key to add value to a customer FLOSS open source OSS adoption OSS business models 4 Comments Conference announcement SITIS09 track Open Source Software Development and Solution Posted by cdaffara in OSS adoption OSS business models blog on July 3rd 2009 I am pleased to forward the conference announcement I believe that my readers may be interested in the OSSDS track on open source development and solutions The 5th International Conference on Signal Image Technology and Internet Based Systems SITIS 09 November 29 December 3 2009 Farah Kenzi Hotel Marrakech Morocco http www u bourgogne fr SITIS In cooperation with ACM SigApp fr IFIP TC 2 WG 2 13 IEEE pending The SITIS conference is dedicated to research on the technologies used to represent share and process information in various forms ranging multimedia data to traditional structured data and semi structured data found in the web SITIS spans two inter related research domains that increasingly play a key role in connecting systems across network centric environments to allow distributed computing and information sharing SITIS 2009 aims to provide a forum for high quality presentations on research activities centered on the following tracks The focus of the track Information Management Retrieval Technologies IMRT is on the emerging modeling representation and retrieval techniques that take into account the amount type and diversity of information accessible in distributed computing environment The topics include data semantics and ontologies spatial information systems Multimedia databases Information retrieval and search engine and applications The track Web Based Information Technologies Distributed Systems WITDS is devoted to emerging and novel concepts architectures and methodologies for creating an interconnected world in which information can be exchanged easily tasks can be processed collaboratively and communities of users with similarly interests can be formed while addressing security threats that are present more than ever before The topics include information system interoperability emergent semantics agent based systems distributed and parallel information management grid P2P web centric systems web security and integrity issues The track Open Source Software Development and Solution OSSDS focuses on new software engineering method in distributed and large scaled environments strategies for promoting adopting and using Open Source Solutions and case studies or success stories in specific domains The topics include software engineering methods users and communities interactions software development platforms open Source developments and project management applications domain case studies In addition to the above tracks SITIS 2009 includes workshops the final list of workshop will be provided later Submission and publication The conference will include keynote addresses tutorials and regular and workshop sessions SITIS 2009 invites submission of high quality and original papers on the topics of the major tracks described below All submitted papers will be peer reviewed by at least two reviewers for technical merit originality significance and relevance to track topics Papers must be up to 8 pages and follow IEEE double columns publication format Accepted papers will be included in the conference proceedings and published by IEEE Computer Society and referenced in IEEE explore and major indexes Submission site http www easychair org conferences conf sitis09 Important dates Paper Submission July 15th 2009 Acceptance Reject notification August 15th 2009 Camera ready Author registration September 1st 2009 Local organizing committee Cadi Ayyad University Morocco Aziz Elfaazzikii Chair El Hassan Abdelwahed Jahir Zahi Mohamed El Adnani Mohamed Sadgal Souad Chraibi Said El Bachari Track Open Source Software Development and Solutions OSSDS IFIP TC 2 WG 2 13 The focus of this track is on new software engineering method for Free Libre and Open Source Software FLOSS development in distributed and large scaled environments strategies for promoting adopting using FLOSS solutions and case studies or success stories in specific domains Software Engineering methods users and communities interactions software development platforms Architecture and patterns for FLOSS development Testing and reliability of FLOSS Software engineering methods in distributed collaborative environments Licencing and other legal issues Documentation of FLOSS projects CASE tool to support FLOSS development Agile principles and FLOSS development Mining in FLOSS projects Applications domain case studies success stories Geospatial software services and applications Bioinformatics FLOSS for e government and e administration FLOSS in public sector e g education healthcare FLOSS solutions for data intensive applications FLOSS and SOA middleware applications servers FLOSS for critical applications FLOSS in Grid and P2P environments Tools and infrastructures for FLOSS development Scientific computing Simulation tools Security tools Development and project management Ecology of FLOSS development FLOSS stability maintainability and scalability FLOSS evaluation mining FLOSS data FLOSS and innovation Experiments reports field studies and empirical analysis FLOSS for teaching software engineering Revenue models Security concerns in using FLOSS Users involvement in design and development of FLOSS Building sustainable communities Track Chairs Thierry Badard University of Laval Canada Eric Leclercq University of Bourgogne France Program Committee Abdallah Al Zain Heriot Watt University UK Claudio Ardagna Universita degli Studi di Milano Italy Carlo Daffara Conecta Italy Ernesto Damiani University of Milan Italy Mehmet Gokturk Gebze Institute of Technology Turkey Scott A Hissam Carnegie Mellon University USA Frédéric Hubert University of Laval Canada Puneet Kishor University of Wisconsin Madison and Open Source Geospatial Foundation USA Frank Van Der Linden Philips Netherlands Gregory Lopez Thales group France Sandro Morasca Universita degli Studi dell Insubria Italy Pascal Molli University of Nancy France Eric Piel University of Delft The Netherlands Eric Ramat University of Littoral France Sylvain Rampacek University of Bourgogne France Marinette Savonnet University of Bourgogne France Charles Schweik University of Massachussets Amherst USA Alberto Sillitti University of Bolzano Italy Megan Squire Elon University USA Marie Noelle Terrasse University of Bourgogne France Christelle Vangenot EPFL Switzerland Add new tag FLOSS open source OSS adoption OSS business models 3 Comments Just finished the final edition of the SME guide to open source Posted by cdaffara in OSS adoption OSS business models OSS data on July 2nd 2009 It has been an absolutely enjoyable activity to work in the context of the FLOSSMETRICS project with the overall idea of helping SMEs to adopt and migrate to open source and free software My proposed approach was to create an accessible and replicable guide designed to help both those interested in exploring what open source is and in helping companies in the process of offering services and products based on OSS now two years later I found references to the previous editions of the guide in websites across the world and was delighted in discovering that some OSS companies are using it as marketing material to help prospective customers So after a few more months of work I am really happy to present the fourth and final edition of the guide PDF link that will I hope improve in our previous efforts For those that already viewed the previous editions chapter 6 was entirely rewritten along with a new chapter 7 and a newly introduced evaluation method The catalogue has been expanded and corrected in several places also thanks to the individual companies and groups responsible for the packages themselves and the overall appearance of the PDF version should be much improved compared to the automatically generated version I will continue to work on it even after the end of the project and as before I welcome any contribution and suggestion FLOSS open source OSS adoption OSS business models OSS migration 8 Comments A new way to select among FLOSS packages the FLOSSMETRICS approach Posted by cdaffara in OSS adoption OSS business models on July 1st 2009 One of the hidden costs of the adoption or migration to FLOSS is the selection process deciding which packages to use and estimating the risk of use when a project is not mature or considered enterprise grade In the COSPA migration project we found that in many instances the selection and evaluation process was responsible for 20 of the total cost of migration including both the actual process and the cost incurred in selecting the wrong package and then re performing the assessment with a new one The problem of software selection is that there is a full spectrum of choices and a different attitude to risk a research experiment may be more interested in features while a mission critical adoption may be more interested in the long term survivability of the software they are adopting For this reason many different estimating methods were researched in the past including EU based research projects the QSOS method SQO OSS QUALOSS and business oriented systems like OpenBRR or the Open Source Maturity Model of CapGemini The biggest problem of those methods is related to the fact that the non functional assessment that is estimating the quality of the code and its community and liveness is a non trivial activity that involves the evaluation and understanding of many different aspects of how FLOSS is produced For this reason we have worked within the FLOSSMETRICS project on a new approach that is entirely automated and based on automated extraction of the quality parameters from the available information on the project its repository and mailing lists The first result is a set of significant variables that collectively give a set of quality indicators of the code and the community of developers around the project these indicators will be included in the public database of projects and will give a simple semaphore like indication of what aspects may be critical and what are the project strengths On the other hand we have worked on the integration of the functional aspects in the evaluation process that is how to weight in features vs the risk that the project may introduce For this reason we have added to our guide a new simplified evaluation schema that includes both aspects in a single graph Creating a graph for a product selection involves three easy steps starting from the list of features extract those considered to be indispensable from the optional ones all projects lacking in indispensable features are excluded from the list for every optional feature a 1 score is added to the project feature score obtaining a separate score for each project using the automated tools from FLOSSMETRICS a readiness score is computed using the following rule for every green in the liveness and quality parameters a 1 score is added 1 for every red This gives for each project a position in a two dimensional graph like this one The evaluator can then prioritize the selection according to the kind of adoption that is planned those that are mission critical and that requires a high project stability and a good probability that the project itself is successful and alive will prefer the project positioned on the right hand of the graph while those that are more experimental will favour the project placed in the top This approach integrates the advantage of automated estimation of quality and can be applied to the FLOSSMETRICS parameters or the previous QSOS ones with a visual approach that provides in a single image the risk or inherent suitability of a set of projects I hope that this may help in reducing that 20 of cost that is actually spent in deciding which package to use thus improving the economic effectiveness or freeing more resources for other practical activities FLOSS open source OSS adoption OSS migration 1 Comment Freeriding participation and another modest proposal Posted by cdaffara in OSS adoption OSS business models on June 10th 2009 There has been in the past several articles related to freeriding that is the use of OSS without any apparent form of reciprocal contribution be it in a monetary form or in terms of source code I am not sympathetic to this view in general because it masks an ill posed question that is if you use someone code are you required to give something back It is in my view an ill posed question because it mixes at the same level ethical and economic questions and because it clearly avoids all the potential non code contributions that are implicit in use even in absence of back contributions First of all about ethical participation open source code is available for all without any form of implicit additional moral burden the only rules that govern it are those that are laid out in the license itself So if the license for example allows for unconstrained use of a binary product derived from OSS code for example Eclipse than it should not be expected from the majority of use any incremental contribution of any kind it is simply not realistic to imagine that suddendly all the Eclipse users should start contributing back because they are feeling guilty It is different when we think in economic terms that is in terms of R D sharing in this frame of reference every user and potential contributors

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  • See you at OMAT Rome! « carlodaffara.conecta.itcarlodaffara.conecta.it
    context of Enterprise2 0 It is part of OMAT360 the oldest running conference on digital information management started in 1990 and representing a wonderful opportunity to present the last results from FLOSSMETRICS The conference is free with a registration page here and an english presentation here I would love to use the opportunity to meet anyone that may be interested in the topics or in OSS in general conference FLOSS open source This entry was posted on Monday November 9th 2009 10 38 am and is filed under blog You can follow any responses to this entry through RSS 2 0 You can leave a response or trackback from your own site Comments 0 Trackbacks 1 No comments yet Cancel Reply Name required E Mail required will not be published Website Submit Comment Tweets that mention See you at OMAT Rome carlodaffara conecta it Topsy com blog divertissements EveryDesk OSS adoption OSS business models OSS data Uncategorized April 2015 M T W T F S S Aug 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Archives August 2012

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  • conference « carlodaffara.conecta.itcarlodaffara.conecta.it
    The conference is free with a registration page here and an english presentation here I would love to use the opportunity to meet anyone that may be interested in the topics or in OSS in general conference FLOSS open source 1 Comment blog divertissements EveryDesk OSS adoption OSS business models OSS data Uncategorized April 2015 M T W T F S S Aug 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

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