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Why the auto industry is in desperate need for open source technologies. The current system is a stagnant method that has been around and used for probably the last 20 years. Lean manufacturing helped reduce the cost of manufacturing, but has reached a plateau. I believe open source technologies could once again help revolutionize the industry.
John McKerrell - A whistlestop tour of the Open Source world covering software and projects that everyone should know about and may already be using without knowing it!
Presenters share their personal and professional passions, using 20 slides that auto-advance every 15 seconds.
Imagine travelling 'round the world In search of new ideas. Try things you've never done before And face up to your fears. Now let's mix in some open source; Its great community. You'll have the most amazing time From folk who value free. So gather round, and hear a tale Of lessons that I know And maybe give your own ideas Of living 2.0
Jay Freeman at Foo Ignite 2010
Ignite Bangkok วันที่ 3-4 มีนาคม 2553 ณ ศูนย์สร้างสรรค์งานออกแบบ (TCDC) ห้อง Auditorium ตั้งแต่เวลา 18.00-21.00 น.
Red Hat Sr. Community Architect, Karsten Wade, introduces a new upstream community-written handbook, "The Open Source Way: Creating and nurturing communities of contributors". The handbook is for community members and leaders to share practices within their domains that help them grow happy and successful contributors and projects. Red Hat's community team has 20 years of experience enabling communities of contributors to turn ideas in to innovations. The methods that make these type of communities successful are gathered in the new handbook.
In this video, Karsten Wade introduces the team's work in compiling, writing, and now releasing the handbook as an upstream collaboration project. It's a community book, for community members and leaders, written by the community itself.
The Open Source Way:
West Coast Community Leadership Summit:
What is Ignite? It's a fun, high-energy evening of a dozen or so "speed presentations" given by people like you to their hometown crowd. Ignite presenters get 5 minutes to talk about whatever lights them up, using 20 slides that auto-advance every 15 seconds--whether they're ready or not. It has a geek culture bent, though folks have talked about everything from "The Best Way to Buy a Car" to "Hacking Chocolate" to "19th Century Pneumatic Tubes." For more information about Ignite and how to start an event in your community, see: http://ignite.oreilly.com