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LEOS community webinar #5 - key takeaways

Did you miss the fifth LEOS ( #Legislation Editing #OpenSoftware) community webinar but would like to know the key takeaways? Find out more from Fernando Nubla, Project Officer of LEOS, European Commission, who presents in his blog the key points and conclusions of the event.

LEOS at the ‘Algorithmic Law Design and Implementation’ conference

Did you know that LEOS was present at the conference on ‘Algorithmic Law Design and Implementation’ that took place on 28-29 April? Would you like to know more about this event and what we presented? You can find more information in the blog post of Willy Van Puymbroeck – (ASN) European Commission.

LEOS bug bounty experience

LEOS was part of a new set of bug bounties launched on 13 January 2022 by European Commission Open Source Programme Office (EC OSPO) using Intigriti bug bounty platform. The European Commission Open Source Programme Office (EC OSPO) was created in 2020 as the first concrete action of the latest Open Source Software Strategy for 2020-2023. If you want to find out more about this, the LEOS team has shared their bug bounty experience in a blog.

Developers for Ukrainians in Hungary

By providing essential information on a large array of topics, ranging from medical and legal aid to accommodation, education and pets crossing, this initiative aims to support Ukrainians entering Hungary and starting a new life in Europe.

Keeping in touch in Ukraine

Diverse Ukrainian organisations are transforming themselves to support their members as they navigate the difficult situation during the war. One of the ways for organisations to keep track and communicate with their employees is the Together App, an open source solution created to help organisations to communicate and ensure the physical safety of their members in a simple manner.

Case study on Cityvizor

The online platform Cityvizor is an open source tool for transparent municipal management, first developed in 2015 by the Ministry of Finance of the Czech Republic and later taken over by the NGO Otevřená Města (Open Cities). Through the platform, local governments are invited to share their financial data with additional details in the form of individual invoices.

Open Source developments in Bratislava

The City of Bratislava is currently building a whole new ecosystem of open source digital services under the leadership of its CIO Petra Dzurovčinová. These services will be tested in Bratislava and then ate planned to be expanded to other cities in Slovakia with a goal of limiting the existing vendor lock-in and improving public services for the residents.


Open source project management tool developed by French Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs and the French Development Agency. The solutions supports the decision-making of NGOs working on international aid projects, allowing the organisations to exchange information with agencies.