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Become Rick and famous, thanks to Open Source

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...by Jérémie Fays, on 18 May 2018 at Geeks Anonymes Liège

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Become Rick and famous, thanks to Open Source

  1. 1. Become rich & famous thanks to open source Jérémie Fays University of Liege – Interface Entreprises (KTO)
  2. 2. 1. Become famous 2. Become rich Plan 8
  3. 3. 9 1. Become famous
  4. 4. There’s more to OS than this!
  5. 5. 3 prerequisites Use a version control system (Git…) Choose an OS distribution license Determine an Open Source Policy ▸ Authorized licenses ▸ Banned licenses 11
  6. 6. Attract users 1. Use a code repository (Github…), and package a first release 2. User documentation (english first) 3. Forum 4. Issue tracker 5. “How to contribute” 12
  7. 7. Attract developpers 1. Developper documentation 2. Code quality 3. Plugin structure / API 13
  8. 8. Spend energy ! …to communicate on your project …to answer users questions …to manage developpers contributions …to calm trolls 14
  9. 9. 2. Become rich
  10. 10. Open source has won !
  11. 11. RedHat Revenue 2017 : 3 billions $ Microsoft: 90 billions $ Adobe: 7 billions $
  12. 12. OS licenses Permissive Strong copyleft Super Strong copyleft MIT BSD Apache GPL AGPL @author Source code open Trigger: distribution Source code open Trigger: available
  13. 13. Business models
  14. 14. Services Installation Maintenance, support SLA’s
  15. 15. Services Cloud (SaaS)
  16. 16. Services Training, audit, consulting Tailored development Authorized partners
  17. 17. Alternative Sponsoring Download subscription Donation
  18. 18. Dual licensing Proprietary compatible Enhanced pro version
  19. 19. Added Value products Documentation Additional software Hardware
  20. 20. « Customer pooling » Propose specifications Pool customers to share costs
  21. 21. Transfer (Spin-offs...) Revenues for the licensor (lab) ? Transfer proprietary à dual-license Transfer TM àAuthorized partners Research collaborations
  22. 22. No license fees ! Frightening for most investors Risk to have competitors copying your software Energy for managing the community Risk of fork 3. Why choose Open Source ?
  23. 23. Social impact ! Call for tenders in public sector (France) Value for customers ▸ Try before you buy ▸ Audit code ▸ Avoid lock-in ▸ Possibility to develop custom features Mature “proprietary” market Attract talents Get help from the community 3. Why choose Open Source ?
  24. 24. Thanks for not sleeping too obviously ! 30 Jérémie Fays j.fays@uliege.be +32 4 349 85 21 www.linkedin.com/in/jeremiefays Interface Entreprises Espace Eurêka – LIEGE science park Avenue Pré-Aily, 4 • 4031 Liège +32 4 349 85 10 www.recherche.uliege.be Liège Arlon Gembloux

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