Paris Open Source Summit 2017 with session on Sharing and Reuse
Paris Open Source Summit, the first European Free and Open source event, is the product of two emblematic events in this domain, the Solutions Linux event and the Open World Forum.
The ambition of this event is to exhibit the technological innovations, the reality and the economic dynamism of its solutions as well as the societal impacts of this digital sector. Paris Open Source Summit is a means to tell the international community about the numerous contributions of the Free and Open Source within the current digital revolutions and the future ones. This event will also present the success stories of various companies using free and open source technology, the different communities involved and the strong support of public authorities (State, Region, City…).
The 2017 edition will focus on the open innovation, associating a group of experts and a programme commitee chaired by Pierre Baudracco, President of Bluemind.
We are pleased to welcome the Legaltech booth for the 2nd year in a row, composed of 28 companies.
In this spirit, Paris Open Source Summit will open its doors on the 6th and 7th of December 2017, at Paris Docks.
The Docks layout makes it an ideal place to organise the Paris Open Source Summit. It includes a great exhibition space, a beautiful auditorium at the end of the hall and an access to the first floor, entirely dedicated to conferences.
Join us to debate, inform, present and expand your network during this unique event.
This session, co-organised by the European Commission, selects some of the best practices of comprehensive policies and pragmatic tools from public services across the European Union.
Georges LOBO (European Commission)
Gijs HILLENIUS (OSOR)
by Georges LOBO, Programme Officer in Interoperability Unit (ISA²), Directorate-General for Informatics, European Commission;
by Stefano GENTILE, Copyright and trademark law specialist, at the European Commission's Intellectual Property and Technology Transfer Unit, JRC.
- Sandra CHAKROUN, software engineer at France's state start-up incubator Beta.gouv.fr;
- Tsvetanka KIRILOVA, state expert, Information systems and interoperability Directorate at Bulgaria's State eGovernment agency SEGA;
- Patrice-Emmanuel SCHMITZ, legal adviser at the European Commission's Open Source Observatory (OSOR).