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From Piergiorgio Lucidi <piergior...@apache.org>
Subject Re: OpenExpo 2019 Ebook collaboration
Date Sun, 18 Nov 2018 10:40:05 GMT
Hi Ignasi,

you can count on me!

Cheers,
PJ


Il giorno ven 16 nov 2018 alle ore 10:52 Ignasi Barrera <nacx@apache.org>
ha scritto:

> Hi!
>
> We have been invited to participate again in the OpenExpo Ebook. We had a
> bunch of people who participated in last year's edition and it would be
> great if we could make it again this year.
>
> If anyone is interested in participating and write a bit about the use and
> trends of open source, please let me know. You'll find the details attached
> below.
>
> Deadline is pretty tight, the texts should be submitted by *November 26th*.
> Apologies for the short notice, it's entirely my fault. I'm a bit
> overloaded recently and the email from the OpenExpo organizers got stuck in
> my reading queue for longer than I'd like.
>
>
> If anyone wants to participate let me know!
>
>
> Thanks,
>
> Ignasi
>
>
>
> ---
>
> We are preparing a new edition of the ebook on Trends - now 2019 - in the
> Open Source world and, of course, we want you to be part of it. We´d like
> you to participate and also to recommend profiles from the Foundation for
> us that you think could be interested in collaborating.
>
> I leave all the information for you to look at it and tell me something:
>
> This time, the ebook will gather the points of view of 100 professionals
> of the sector and we want to constitute it as a reference document.
>
> It is the third consecutive year in which this publication is made - with
> the status and trends in Free and Open Source. (You can -re-consult here
> the 2018 edition
> <https://drive.google.com/file/d/1cS8y5dzZPo4P0DD6-iKEo4lMng0Lp438/view>)
> Last year it reached more than 10,000 downloads and it is also promoted at
> the event.
>
> We would like very much to count on your participation this year.
>
> What do I need in particular?
>
>    - The texts - between 200 and 250 words - that reflect your point of
>    view on the use of Free and Open Source in your sector and three trends
>    that you think will mark the future of it in 2019. I leave you below a
>    capture of the index of the ebook with all the sections and sectors so you
>    can choose which one to participate in. We will recommend you to
>    participate in the Global Visions sector but anyway, if you prefer another
>    one, that's perfect too.
>    - Autor photo, with good resolution.
>    - Autor name, as you want it to appear in the publication.
>    - Position.
>    - Company.
>    - Twitter and LinkedIn user.
>
> I would need to have it all by the latest on *11/26*.
>
> These are the sections/sectors. In addition to the ones you will see in
> the image we will include two more you will see below:
> [image: IMG_8536.PNG]
>
>    - Global Visions of the future. With more global contributions that
>    talk about the future in the world of FOSS.
>    - OpenCompanies. For more transversal contributions on the use of FOSS
>    in the processes of digital transformation in companies.
>
> The initiative has two main objectives:
>
>    - Promote the use of FOSS and comment a little -by sectors- what uses
>    are being given and what are the main trends that mark the future.
>    - Constitute the document as a reference in the sector.
>
> Tell me what you think and if we count on you :)
>


-- 
Piergiorgio

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