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Organizing Open Source for Cities

Organizing Open Source for Cities

Presented at AllThingsOpen Oct 15, 2019 @ Opensource.com - Lighting Talks

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Jacob Green

October 15, 2019
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  1. Organizing Open Source for Cities ATO Lighting Talk - Oct

    15, 2019 Jacob Green - Mosslabs.io @jacoblyopen @Moss4Cities
  2. Scaling Technology into cities? • Security • Openness • Ethics

    • Transparency • Social and Regional Feedback Mechanisms • Non-Bias • Privacy • Community • Participation Access • Human Centered ~18,000 Cities in US Alone @jacoblyopen @Moss4Cities
  3. Open Standards Open Data Open Source !!!! • Community •

    Structured Collaboration • Innovation Engine @Moss4Cities
  4. As Artists, Let’s think about Open Source Broadly @Moss4Cities

  5. Comprehensive Open Source Institutions for Cities OSPO Open Source Program

    Office @Moss4Cities
  6. Vision for Civic OSPO+ • Start with OSPO • Flexible

    Base Construct • Collaboration Network & Pilots • Engage All Things Open • Comprehensive Regional Open Source • Innovation & Art • People / Process / Product Expands Existing OS Institutional Engagement @Moss4Cities Open / Inner / Municipal Source
  7. @Moss4Cities

  8. @Moss4Cities Baltimore - City of Neighborhoods

  9. Tip Tell the audience about the problem through a story,

    ideally a person. @Moss4Cities
  10. @todogroup - TODO @eSayeed - JHU @StFrancisBmore @LuteceNews www.innersourcecommons.org Jacob

    Green Mosslabs.io @jacoblyopen @Moss4Cities