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Drupal Camp Balto 2015

My Keynote slides for the Baltimore Drupal Camp 2015.

All about Apache, Open Source and other goodness.

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Drupal Camp Balto 2015

  1. 1. Baltimore Drupal Camp 2015 Open Source is Open for Business Open Source is still crucial and Drupal is part of the success Jim Jagielski
  2. 2. Baltimore Drupal Camp 2015 Who am I? Jim Jagielski Co-founder of the ASF Member, Director and ExEVP, ExChairman, ExPresident Director: Outercurve; Previous Director: OSI Consulting Engineer with Red Hat Hacker
  3. 3. Baltimore Drupal Camp 2015 Apache The ASF: Apache Software Foundation Started in 1995 as the Apache Group Incorporated in 1999 as the ASF Volunteer run foundation: non-profit Hundreds of projects: started with 1 (httpd)
  4. 4. Baltimore Drupal Camp 2015 What is Open Source? There must be an OSI-approved LICENSE But there is really more than that required: Community Collaboration Continuation of the hacker culture AKA: FOSS (Free and Open Source Software)
  5. 5. Baltimore Drupal Camp 2015 Why is Apache Open Source? Open Protocols require Open Source People want to “own” those protocols Remove incentive for custom implementations of those protocols Innovation: Developers == Users
  6. 6. Baltimore Drupal Camp 2015 Open Source: Hacker Having a real impact in the development and direction of IT Personal satisfaction: I wrote that! Sense of membership in a community Sense of accomplishment - very quick turnaround times Developers and engineers love to tinker - huge opportunity to do so
  7. 7. Baltimore Drupal Camp 2015 Open Source: Business Having a real impact in the development and direction of IT Sense of membership in a community (most of the time) Save on expensive resources Ability to focus on what differentiates yourself Allows for nimbleness and agility Increased revenue and market share
  8. 8. Baltimore Drupal Camp 2015 Open Source: Users Access to the source code Avoid vendor lock-in (or worse!) Much better software Better security record (more eyes) Much more nimble development - frequent releases Direct user input Open Standards
  9. 9. Baltimore Drupal Camp 2015 Why does FOSS Matter? Innovation Power Faster Success Faster Fails Neutrality
  10. 10. Baltimore Drupal Camp 2015 Open Source is Everywhere !leveraging open source == ball & chain Skill sets are in demand! FOSS now well regarded (you can be proud of it) Easy to show one’s code portfolio
  11. 11. Baltimore Drupal Camp 2015 But there’s risks Desire for control stronger than ever! The Cloud Containers Software patents Even basic services (Email != Gmail)
  12. 12. Baltimore Drupal Camp 2015 But we need communities! Resist one-off forks: merge and pull Collaborate: make it easy Consensus: the great goal New blood: make it inviting/welcoming Share the Good News!
  13. 13. Baltimore Drupal Camp 2015 Q & A huh?
  14. 14. Baltimore Drupal Camp 2015 Thanks! Contact info: @jimjag https://www.youtube.com/c/JimJagielski www.jimjag.com http://www.slideshare.net/jimjag

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