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Many Ways to Move the Needle on Open Source

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Nithya Ruff
SanDisk Inc. - Director of the Open Source Strategy Office
Guy Martin
Autodesk - Director of Open Source Strategy
Monday, Oct 19th
2:30 pm - Case Study

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Many Ways to Move the Needle on Open Source

  1. 1. Many Ways to Move the Needle on Open Source Nithya Ruff Director, Open Source Strategy @nithyaruff Guy Martin Director, Open Source Strategy @guyma
  2. 2. Talking Points • Sharing our experiences & perspectives • Where is open source today? • Why are more companies involved? • Balancing corporate & open source interests • Contribution is not just code • Explore next frontier for moving the needle • Propose ideas for getting involved
  3. 3. Something About Nithya Open Source Work: SGI, Tripwire, Avaya, Intel
  4. 4. Something About Guy
  5. 5. Where is Open Source Software Today? SanDiskConfidential 0 200,000 400,000 600,000 800,000 1,000,000 1,200,000 1,400,000 1,600,000 1,800,000 2,000,000 2007 2009 2011 2013 2015 OPEN SOURCE PROJECTS 1 BLACK DUCK KNOWLEDGEBASE 100B lines of code 10M people SanDiskConfidential More Standards Setting Happening in Open Source 5 SW and HW standards are being set through open source usage and adoption SanDiskConfidential Companies are Moving to a Strategic Use of OSS 6 Better use of R&D Dollars and TTM
  6. 6. Ecosystem Collaboration in Foundations
  7. 7. Open Source and Companies • Companies are: – Using open source tools & software – Developing products with open source – Hiring developers – Sponsoring projects, consortia, events • Are we being run over by corporate interests?
  8. 8. Corporate Benefits to OSS • Pay for open source developers • Sponsor & advocate open source projects • Adopt open source code & methodologies • Showcase OSS value/safety for other companies • Create better communities & collaboration
  9. 9. Balance is Critical • Transparent project governance • Shared control & responsibility • Doing the right thing for the project & users • User groups & their input balance direction
  10. 10. Contribution Often Seen As ONLY Code Code = influence Code = solving a problem Code = project growth
  11. 11. But OSS Projects Also Need…
  12. 12. Next Contribution Frontier Inside Companies Open Source Strategy Offices Inner Source
  13. 13. Why Open Source Strategy Offices? Companies can move their OSS needle by: Stumbling along tactically, making mistakes OR Making a focused and cohesive investment
  14. 14. Open Source Strategy Office Culture Communication Collaboration Competency Contribution Compliance Role of the OSS Strategy Office
  15. 15. Corporate Benefits From OSS • Faster time to market • Long-term reduction in cost • Standard solutions for hard problems • New perspectives & diverse experiences/skills • Distribution of control/shared responsibilities
  16. 16. Inner Source to Move the Needle The application of best practices, processes, culture and methodologies taken from the open source world and applied to internal software development and innovation efforts.
  17. 17. Why Inner-Source? • Increased velocity • Improved code • Reduced costs • Increased innovation • Enhanced employee results No context-shift when working with open source
  18. 18. Getting Your Company Started • Educate internal stakeholders on OSS • Build a solid compliance process • Coordinate engagement with OSS • Advocate for OSS in product & tool decisions • Champion developer productivity
  19. 19. How to Get Involved • Attend – Technical conferences – Meetups – IRC/Slack/etc.
  20. 20. How to Get Involved • Participate – Pick an interesting project and dive in – Volunteer for the unglamorous jobs – Submit bug reports
  21. 21. How to Get Involved • Educate – Write documentation/FAQs – Answer forum questions – Offer to mentor others
  22. 22. How to Get Involved • Evangelize – Design a t-shirt – Write a blog or grant – Present at a conference
  23. 23. Things to Remember • OSS leadership is earned, not granted • Bring technical expertise to the table • Sustained value maintains leadership status Humble Bold Leadership != Control Metrics != Leadership
  24. 24. Thank You! Nithya Ruff Director, Open Source Strategy @nithyaruff Guy Martin Director, Open Source Strategy @guyma
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