"Sustainable Services: Solidity based on Openness?"
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"Sustainable Services: Solidity based on Openness?".
Sustainable Services: Solidity based on Openness?
- Ross Gardler, OSS Watch, University of Oxford and Andrew Savory, Managing Director, Sourcesense UK
- What makes a service usable and sustainable? Is it one that offers you a service level agreement (SLA)? Or is it one that has sufficient clients that it is likely to survive long-term? And can a service that is principally a "social" service be sustainable? And how might communities of practice relate to the sustainability of an open service?
- Learning Objectives:
- Participants will:
- explore the underlining conditions of sustainability for services
- share experiences of services which either were or were not sustainable
- explore openness as a condition of sustainability
- gain a greater understanding of role openness might play in sustainable services
- Hands on:
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- Room Requirements:
- PC and data projector.
- Monday 16th July 2007 from 15:30-17:00
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