Slides and video of my CLS and Oscon talks 2015

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A month ago I did an exciting journey to Portland, to present two talks in the field of Open Source business strategy. One at OSCON, and the other was a keynote session at the Community Leadership Summit.

O'Reilly does an awesome job recording all the talks in Oscon, and they let the speakers download and share a copy of their own talk. Thank you O'Reilly! The CLS talk was also recorded, but I haven't seen it published yet. The Kaltura guys do all of the filming and post production on the side of their day jobs, which is a respectable amount of work to do for the community. I'll update this post when the video does become available.

Some months ago I finally gave up on LibreOffice to create presentations, and after searching for alternatives, fell in love with Impress.js. Both of these presentations are done with Impress.js, and are therefore 100% HTML5+CSS3+JavaScript! (As a side-effect I cannot upload them to SlideShare, but have launched my own sub-site to host HTML5 presentations. Follow the links below to check them out!)

CLS 2015: Open Source Governance Models revisited

Impress.js Slides

Video to be published soon...

OSCON 2015: Selling Open Source 101

Impress.js Slides

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[...] Henrik Ingo did a great bit of analysis five years ago, which demonstrated that the nine most vibrant open source communities had foundations supporting them. The tenth most vibrant was an order of magnitude smaller. He’s a good engineer, and as well as laying out his data and assumptions, he was careful to not claim causality. Henrik continues to update the work [1][2][3]. [...]

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