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Open Source World Conference Malaga 2008

by Eneko Astigarraga — última modificación 20/10/2008 09:30

We are taking part in the Open Source World Conference that will be held at the Malaga's Trade Fairs and Congress Center on 20-22 October.  A great Conference, more than 8,000 people are expected to attend to the conference, the exhibition and complementary activities area is to extend to over 6500 m² and with world-level open source software communities participation.

I hope to attend to some events in which we participate.


OSOR, Open Source Observatory

Observatorio Software Libre OSOR

On Monday is the OSOR, Open Source Observatory and Repository for European Public Administrations  Launch Event at the Open Source World Conference.

The OSOR is a platform actively supporting the sharing of OSS-based eGovernment applications and experiences across Europe, and PloneGov project is a best practice example in the area. Xavier Heymans, ZEA Partners, presents the PloneGov initiative.


Morfeo project

Morfeo project and community is collaborating with a stand and 8 Morfeo-related taMorfeolks and workshops.

Morfeo community is a well open innovation model, and tomorrow you have a interesting speech about  "MORFEO: the development of open source software as part of the strategy for materializing the future Internet of Services" or the Miguel Ángel Cañas and Marcos Reyes speech about EzWeb platform: "EzWeb: an open source application mashup web platform for the next-generation SOA and the future Internet of Services"


Morfeo Project Malaga


Plone everywhere

Btw, I'm talking about  PloneGov , our e-government solution, but Plone is everywhere present in Malaga: for example, the Open Source World Conference site (1) and the OSOR open source observatory (2) are developped  on Plone, our main CMS choice, based on Zope and Python, That's a great choice! 

Welcome Plone Conference 2008

by Mikel Larreategi — última modificación 08/10/2008 20:31

We landed in the USA yesterday afternoon, after a long-long trip from Eibar. Now we are waiting for the afternoon talks to be started. Welcome !

We managed to come to the Ronald Reagan Center at 9:00 more or less, got our registration badges and switched on the laptop... but the wifi was down in the main hall... That's the only bug we found in the Conference.

The Conference has started with the logistics information and the Keynote by Alex Limi and Alan Runyan.

Well, we are just recovering from the lunch (mmm, excellent sandwitch!) and waiting for the next talk about Plone 3.1 product migration to start.

More to come later... with photos if we get a stable net conection and upload some photos to Flickr.