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The leading global forum bringing together decisions-makers, developers and users from all over the world to cross-fertilize Open technological, business and societal initiatives to shape the digital future.
THINK is focused on the fundamental issues at the heart of these questions, like Open Data, Internet neutrality, Cloud computing, Commons, Smart Nodes and the Internet of Things. Those involved in these areas will share their visions with delegates, to help our ‘knowledge society’ evolve.
EXPERIMENT will enable the general public to try out and assess both Open Source software and hardware, so they can find out more about the Internet of Things, ‘relearn’ the art of collective creation, meet ‘makers’ and ‘DIYers’, get a better understanding of natural interfaces and get much more from the Internet and Open Source.
Open World Forum is back for 2013 and presents its new edition with this year’s motto “Make It Happen !”
Discover all the innovations in terms of program and venue !
Check out the outcomes of the Open World Forum 2012.
We are proud of this edition: 2100 attendees, 200 speakers, an attendee satisfaction level of 90%.
The Open World Forum is the best place to meet and talk about the present and the future of open source forges, as seen back in 2010 at the first Open Forges Summit, and again in 2011 to talk about interoperability among forges.> View more
ALERT project consortium was present at the Open World Forum 2012 event held at Paris which is the leading global forum intended for decisions-makers, developers and users from all over the world to cross-fertilize Open technological, business and societal initiatives to shape the digital future. ALERT partners organized a showcase of the potential of the ALERT software system, highlighting special uses for the system on different scenarios and types of organizations such as Open Source Communities and Software development Companies, and also for small development teams and stand-alone developers as well.> View more
Short report from the Internet of Open Stuff, Paris, Open World Forum, October 11. Organized and moderated by Natacha Roussel and Rob van Kranenburg. Presenters: Alex Bassi, Hans Jürgen Kugler, Konstantin Schmölzer, and Stefan Ferber.
The 5th edition of the Open World Forum ended and we thank all the participants and people who followed us online via the WebTV. It was a great pleasure for us to enjoy the event with you !> View more
Seven open source projects competed live during the Open World Forum in Paris during the Demo Cup, a competition organized each year by the Free & Open Source Software Working Group of the Systematic Cluster whose purpose is both to highlight innovative open source projects and to entertain the public of the Open World Forum.> View more
OSDC.fr is proud to welcome Harald Welte, who positively answered our invitation.> View more
Pour la première fois depuis sa création l’Open World Forum propose un aux enfants et aux jeunes des conférences et ateliers pratiques pour découvrir l’open source sous toutes ses formes !> View more
Les projets présentés à EXPERIMENT samedi 13 octobre 2012 de 11h à 19h> View more
The agenda for this track, aimed at ordinary software developers and users, is now published and includes contributions from Richard Fontana of Red Hat and Bradley Kuhn, a Director of the Free Software Foundation.> View more
La journée EXPERIMENT proposera des animations, ateliers et conférences autour des usages du libre au grand public.> View more
The EOLE project celebrates the fifth anniversary on the 12th October at the OWF !> View more
BeMyApp organise avec Orange, un WeekEnd BeMyApp Android spécial NFC du 5 au 7 octobre.> View more
PirateBox is a self-contained mobile communication and file sharing device.> View more