A new OSI for a new decade

A session at Open Rights Group Sheffield: June 2013 meet-up

Tuesday 11th June, 2013

8:30pm to 9:15pm (GMT)

When OSI was founded in 1998, the term "open source" was newly coined to provide a pragmatic face to software freedom, an idea that was already at least 15 years old. Today, open source is the default formost new software business activities. OSI is re-inventing itself as a member organisation to support that change - find out how and why.

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Simon Phipps

ORG board-member

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Time 8:30pm9:15pm GMT

Date Tue 11th June 2013

Where

Rutland Arms

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