Digital sustainability - why it matters to create a just and green internet for all
Newly adopted Transatlantic Data Privacy Framework
Nextcloud announcement: Hub 6
Frank Karlitschek and the teamDone
Nextcloud shares: user testing and their benefits for User Experience
Reporting with the Analyics app
One year of contribution to Nextcloud: Some feedback for us as a community
Nextcloud All-in-One – an introduction
Nextcloud for Content Creators
Why the public sector sponsors the Nextcloud-OpenProject integration
Simon Phipps is known for his time at Sun Microsystems, where he took over leadership of Sun’s open source program and ran one of the first OSPOs. During this time in the 2000s, most of Sun’s core software was released under open source licenses, including Solaris and Java (which he had previously worked on co-establishing IBM’s Java business in the 1990s). When Sun was broken up in 2010, he was freed to focus purely on open source and dedicated time to re-imagining the Open Source Initiative (OSI) – the non-profit organization that acts as a steward of the canonical list of open source licenses and the Open Source Definition. Today Simon leads OSI’s work educating European policymakers about the needs of the open source community.
Keynote speech: The Fourth Sector
On Sunday, September 17th, Simon will be giving a keynote speech about The Fourth Sector: an often overlooked and misunderstood sector in the European worldview. To get a better idea about this insightful topic, check out Simon’s work on the Voices of Open Source blog.