OFB 2016 - Effective FOSS adoption, compliance and governance is it really that hard? Matija Suklje





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Published on Nov 24, 2016

Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) is becoming more and more ubiquitous and navigating the plethora of licenses does come across daunting at first. But is it really? In the past years there has been much development in automating tasks needed for effective FOSS compliance and governance. This talk will provide an overview of relevant tools and initiatives to help you not just comply, but govern and cooperate with FOSS.

** Matija uklje is a lawyer, geek and GNU/Linux user since 1997. A long-standing active member of various communities in and around FOSS including, Cyberpipe hackerspace, Linux User Group of Slovenia, Free Software Foundation Europe (FSFE) and Internet Governance Forum Slovenia.

Matija has many years experience with companies, NGOs and governments on issues related to FOSS and open standards and spoke on these topics at several venues for the past 15 years, including LinuxCon Europe, FOSDEM, FOSScon Korea, Linux Business Conference, University of Potsdam.

For 5 years Matija served as FSFEs Legal Coordinator and finished his LL.M. thesis on the topic of copyright assignments in FOSS communities.


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