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Sun, 08/01/2012

The 2012 Open Source World Conference (OSWC) is dedicating one of its most stimulating tables on the 13th of January to the presentation of four business “startups” projects based on open source. The projects have been selected from the proposals sent by their promoters in last December’s open call for the OSWC, which are WôÓS, Glob3, Xoowe and Servotic. Each project’s responsible team is going to present their business ideas to a panel of experts that will conduct a series of questions after the presentation and give them some advices and guidance as how to start the projects.

Sat, 07/01/2012

The practice based on some data being available for free for everybody, without copyright restrictions, patent or other forms of control, is otherwise known as OpenData, and is going to be the theme of one of the discussion tables of the 2012 Open Source World Conference (OSWC) held in Granada. The participants of this debate are going to be the company Atos; Guzmán Garmendia, managing director of the Open Government of the Government of Navarra; José Luis Marín, CEO of Euroalert, and José Antonio Recio, from Fundecyt - Junta de Extremadura.

Sat, 07/01/2012

The CENATIC’s National Open Source Software Observatory (ONSFA, in spanish Observatorio Nacional del Software de Fuentes Abiertas), has set in motion the Open Source Software Indicators Panel in Spain, a system that collects, analyses and spreads quantitative information related with free software in Spain. The data collected into this system offers useful information on getting to know in detail the current situation of the open source software’s market in Spain, from the perspective of the supply offered by the computer service sector, and also from the perspective of the demand, be it from Administrations, companies or from the general public. The data interpretation with serve as a guideline to one of the 2012 Open Source World Conference (OSWC) debate tables. The debate will have the participation of  Miguel Jaque, from CENATIC; Josep Figols, president of CatPL Catalunya, and Manuel Gutiérrez Herrera, president of Guadaltel.

Fri, 06/01/2012

The 2012 Open Source World Conference will devote one of its tables to approach several successful cases of international introduction and assimilation regarding open source. Deivi Lopes Kuhn, director of free software migration of the Federal Data Processing Service (Serpro), and Margarita Vargas, manager of the Paraguay’s ICT Director Plan, will present their projects.

Fri, 06/01/2012

We could give you more, but we’re giving you ten strong reasons why technological services supplier and user companies and professionals, Public Administrations and the ICT sector professionals can’t miss out on the the Open Source World Conference, included in another great event, Más Digital, organized by the Junta de Andalusia.