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From jan i <j...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Apachecon EU 2015, track 'How visions of the ASF contributors and ASF Products can help building Open Source Communities
Date Mon, 06 Jul 2015 05:35:50 GMT
On Monday, July 6, 2015, Roman Shaposhnik <roman@shaposhnik.org> wrote:

> Question: is this track an appropriate place to talk about ASF
> Incubator and podling specifics vs. TLP communities?

it could be, but you have your own Incubator track, and I am sitting
waiting to hear
which talks you wants to go there.

Which talk did you think about for this track, I cannot see a talk that
compares podlings and TLP?

rgds
jan i

>
> Thanks,
> Roman.
>
> On Sun, Jul 5, 2015 at 2:08 PM, Pierre Smits <pierre.smits@gmail.com
> <javascript:;>> wrote:
> > HI All,
> >
> > Please find below the details and sequence of talks of above mentioned
> > potential track.
> >
> > *Introduction*
> >
> > The ASF is the single biggest non profit organisation involved in
> > supporting communities to develop open source solutions. Being on the
> fore
> > front of open source development its portfolio encompasses numerous
> > software products that support businesses, governments and NGOs in key
> > areas like presenting web pages, business processes, development and big
> > data.
> > The contributors of the ASF come from all continents and organisations
> that
> > utilise the ASF products. As such key contributors have insights that can
> > help open source communities to stay healthy and grow. And various
> products
> > of the ASF can support the operational aspects of those communities.
> >
> > This track brings together some of the elements of the ASF philosophies
> to
> > build healthy communities, consider the user and introduce some of the
> > Apache product that any open source community can apply to ease the day
> to
> > day operations.
> >
> > *Talks*
> > #1 Talk 6115 - Communities matter: Developing and Enforcing the Apache
> Code
> > of Conduct, By Joan Touzet, Canada link:
> > http://events.linuxfoundation.org/cfp/proposals/6115
> >
> > This talk addresses the issue of the diversity needed in and already
> > available in the communities of open source projects, how project
> > management committees can attract talents and keep the entire community
> > happy.
> >
> >
> > #2 Talk 6085 - Will The Apache Maturity Model save your project? By
> > Bertrand Delacrétraz, Switzerland
> > http://events.linuxfoundation.org/cfp/proposals/6085
> >
> > This talk is about how to an open source community can measure and guard
> > the healthiness of its project(s).
> >
> >
> > #3 Talk 6071 - Conferencing with Apache OpenMeetings, Maxim Solodovnik
> > http://events.linuxfoundation.org/cfp/proposals/6071
> >
> > This talks is about the Audio & Video Conferencing solution of the ASF
> that
> > can be used in the operational area of the open source project and/or its
> > supporting organisation.
> >
> >
> > #4 Talk - Leverage Community Management with Apache OFBiz. By Pierre
> Smits,
> > The Netherlands
> >
> > This talk is about how Apache OFBiz can be used to manage the contributor
> > base of the project(s) of an open source community and how delegation of
> > permissions management can ease the burden on those who make anything
> > happen. At the same time it can present various insights on who is part
> of
> > which project and in what kind of role.
> >
> > #5 Talk - 6029 - It's OK - Consensus Reached. We've agreed to disagree!
> By
> > Sharan Foga, Czech Republic
> > http://events.linuxfoundation.org/cfp/proposals/6029
> >
> > Consensus is paramount in Apache projects when it comes to code. Opposing
> > viewpoints of contributors need to come together in order to reach
> > consensus. It can not be said to often that in order to have a healthy
> > project, contributors need to work towards an acceptable compromise and
> > express their consent when it comes to code changes. However, it must
> also
> > be brought repeatedly to the front light that consensus is not required
> > when it comes to procedural issues. There it is a nice to have.
> >
> >
> > #6 Talk 6168 - The Apache Way Theory. By Nick Burch, United Kingdom
> > http://events.linuxfoundation.org/cfp/proposals/6168
> >
> > This talk explains how the biggest non profit proponent of open source
> > development came to its philosophies and brought contributors all over
> the
> > world together to build some of the greatest open source products in
> > existence today.
> >
> >
> > #7 Talk 6168 - The Apache Way Practice, By Nick Burch United Kingdom
> > http://events.linuxfoundation.org/cfp/proposals/6169
> >
> > Theory is relevant, but tales of experiences, lessons learned help to
> give
> > the theory that extra punch to get the message across.
> >
> > #8 Talk 6107 - Bridging the Gap Between Enterprise Users and Open Source.
> > By Mike Bates, USA http://events.linuxfoundation.org/cfp/proposals/6107
> >
> > I see this presentation as a potential driving force to increase the
> > adoption of Open Source solutions in general and of Apache products in
> > particular. After all, no open source project can exists without users.
> >
> >
> > Should you have questions and or remarks regarding this, feel free to
> post.
> >
> > Best regards,
> >
> > Pierre Smits
> >
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