OSPOlogy.live Share & Learn | Netherlands 🇳🇱

Amsterdam Basisweg - Kantoor Basisweg 10, 1043 AP Amsterdam, 164 83 - View Map OSPOlogy European Chapter
Jan 23 - 24, 9:00 AM (CET)

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About this event

Join the second OSPO Share & Learn (part presentations, part roundtable sessions) to help organizations effectively implement Open Source Program Offices (OSPOs) based on specific regional needs in Europe. January's OSPOlogy Live is hosted by OSPO at Alliander and co-organized with TODO, LF Energy, OpenChain, SPDX, CHAOSS and OpenSSF projects (additional projects are still to be confirmed).

As seats are limited to 50 people, we recommend attendants to RSVP in advance


📝 AGENDA - January 23


[9:00 - 9:20] Registration and Hallway Track

[9:20 - 9:30] Welcome

General Open Source 🧭


[9:30 - 10:00] The OSPO Trail Map: How to build an Open Source strategy | Ana Jiménez Santamaría, OSPO Program Manager at TODO Group

[10:10 - 10:40]  Improving Open Source Security for a Sustainable Open Source Ecosystem | Georg Kunz, OSPO at Ericsson and OpenSSF Member


[10:50 - 11:20] Coffee Break & Hallway Track


Open Source for Public Organisations & Energy Sector 🏛 ⚡️


[11:20 - 11:50] Building an OSPO in the energy sector: The Alliander experiences | Nico Rikken & Jonas van den Bogaard, Open Source Advocates at Alliander

[12:00 - 12:30] Open Source at Association of Dutch Municipalities | Jacco Brouwer, Association of Dutch Municipalities


[12:40 - 13:30] Lunch


[13:30 - 14:00] OSPO at the Dutch Tax Officer | Karel Rietveld, Open Source specialist for Dutch Tax Office


Move Into Roundtables Day 1 ⭐️


[14:10 - 14:30] Icebreaking

[14:30 - 16:00] Roundtable (multiple parallel sessions)

[16:00 - 16:30] Share learnings / Input from the Roundtable session



Final Breakout Room Sessions

  • OSPOs in Public Sector & Increasing adoption of open source in the public sector
  • Best Practices for supporting developers to contribute to open source and/or InnerSource
  • Best Practices for creating and implementing an OS Strategy
  • Common ingredients for a minimum viable OSPO
  • Best Practices for measuring the success and impact of your OSPO
  • Open Breakout Room


[16:30] Depart for evening social


📝 AGENDA - January 24


[9:00 - 9:30] Hallway Track

Open Source Offices Means and Tools ⚙️


[9:30 - 10:00] Automating License Scanning and Reporting | Thomas Steenbergen, OpenChain Reference Tooling co-founder and SPDX specification contributor

[10:10 - 10:40] CHAOSS Tooling for OSPOs: how to build OSPO metrics in GrimoreLab | Luis Cañas-Díaz, CHAOSS Maintainer and Bitergia co-founder


[10:50 - 11:20] Coffee Break & Hallway Track


[11:30 - 12:00] Adopting InnerSource as a Step on the Path to Open Source | Clare Dillon, Executive Director at InnerSource Commons


[12:00 - 13:00] Lunch


Move Into Roundtables Day 2 ⭐️⭐️


[13:00 - 14:00] Roundtable (multiple parallel sessions)

[14:00 - 14:30] Share learnings / Input from the Roundtable session


Final Breakout Room Sessions


  • OSPOs in Public Sector & Increasing adoption of open source in the public sector
  • Best Practices for supporting developers to contribute to open source and/or InnerSource
  • Best Practices for creating and implementing an OS Strategy
  • Common ingredients for a minimum viable OSPO
  • Best Practices for measuring the success and impact of your OSPO
  • Open Breakout Room


[14:30] Adjourn


🙋‍♀️ ROUNDTABLE MODERATORS


Open source experts highly involved in open source projects, communities, and /or foundations. Below is a list of official moderators that will be assisting with breakout conversations:


Clare Dillon

  • Areas of expertise: InnerSource Commons, ISPOs

Ana Jiménez

  • Areas of expertise: TODO Group, OSPOs, DevRel

Ulrike Fempel

  • Areas of expertise: Open Source Strategy, enterprise OSPOs

Jonas van den Bogaard

  • Areas of expertise: Open Source in the Energy Sector, OSPOs

Thomas Steenbergen

  • Areas of expertise: SPDX Specification, License compliance, TODO Group, OSPOs

Georg Kunz

  • Areas of expertise: OpenSSF & Security, TODO Group, OSPOs

Astor Nummelin

  • Areas of expertise: Open Source in the Public Sector, OpenForum Europe

Jacob Green

  • Areas of expertise: OSPOs in Public Sector & Academia, OSPO++

Luis Cañas-Díaz

  • Areas of expertise: OSPO metrics, Measuring OSPO success, open source community health metrics and tools


✈️ VENUE & TRAVEL


Venue information


Amsterdam Basisweg

  • Limited to a group size of maximum 50 (including speakers and organization)


Hotel information

Please note, rooms will most likely sell out in advance of the room block close dates listed below. We encourage you to book early to secure a room. The TODOgroup has not contracted rooms at these properties and cannot guarantee rates or availability.

Important: The TODO group will never reach out to attendees by phone to make hotel reservations for our conferences. Please be advised that the most secure way to book in our discounted room block is by using the direct booking link provided below or by calling the hotel directly. If you receive a phone call or email from someone claiming to be with TODOgroup or the hotel and they attempt to sell you a hotel room, please email us at OSPO@Alliander.com


Lodging close to the venue

Urban Logde Hotel ★★★★

Walking distance: 14 minutes

Reviews on booking.com: 8.1


Hotel2Stay ★★★

Walking distance: 14 minutes

Reviews on booking.com: 8.6


Amsterdam ID ApartHotel ★★★

Walking distance: 12 minutes

Reviews on booking.com: 8.7


Alternative lodging in central Amsterdam

Room Mate Aitana ★★★★

Reviews on booking.com: 8.7

Travel by public transportation: 30 minutes


Hotel Mai Amsterdam ★★★★

Reviews on booking.com: 8.6

Travel by public transportation: 30 minutes


Getting there information

Alliander’s office at Basisweg is a 10-minute walk from Sloterdijk Station. We advise everyone to travel by public transport as much as possible.


By public transport

By car

  • Limited parking is available onsite: Registration for parking space via OSPO@alliander.com no later than Thursday 19 January. Address: Basisweg 10, 1043 AP, Amsterdam. Google maps directions
  • Alternative parking is available P+R Sloterdijk. Address: Piarcoplein 1, 1043 DW Amsterdam. Google maps directions


* Please note that all session times are in Central European Time (UTC+01:00)

➡️ OSPOlogy Live is under Chatham House Rules  and Linux Foundation policies and code of conduct

When

January 23 - 24
9:00 AM (CET)

Where

Amsterdam Basisweg
Kantoor Basisweg 10, 1043 AP Amsterdam164 83

Hosts

  • Alliander

    Alliander

  • Jonas Van den Bogaard

    Jonas Van den Bogaard

    Alliander

    Solution Architect & Open Source Advocate

  • Nico Rikken

    Nico Rikken

    Alliander

    Solution Architect and OSPO Member

Organizers

  • Ana Jimenez

    Ana Jimenez

    Organizer

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  • Thomas Steenbergen

    Thomas Steenbergen

    Organizer

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  • Dawn Foster

    Dawn Foster

    OSPOlogy.live Organizer | CHAOSS

  • Shane Coughlan

    Shane Coughlan

    OSPOlogy.live Organizer | OpenChain

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  • Sean Goggins

    Sean Goggins

    OSPOlogy.live Organizer | CHAOSS

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  • Clare Dillon

    Clare Dillon

    OSPOlogy.live Organizer | InnerSource Commons

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