Open Source 101 (English)

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Every 1st Thursday of the month Snow organizes a lecture on an IT-related topic. The lecture starts at 4 p.m. and lasts approximately one hour. Afterwards it’s time for chats, snacks and drinks!

Upcoming Thursday is planned for an introduction into the Open Source world: ‘Open Source 101’. We will give you some information about what Open Source is and how it got started. We'll also be introducing you to the different types of Open Source licenses, telling you some models companies use to make money on Open Source and how to be a good citizen in the Open Source world.

Sylvia van Os is Linux Engineer at Snow. She spends a lot of her spare time on GitHub where she contributes to various Open Source projects and also manages an Open Source project of her own. She has had some of her patches merged into various larger and smaller projects (including but not limited to Nextcloud, SaltStack and Home Assistant) and considers Open Source to be one of the best ways to work together to make the world a better place.

Curious? Reserve your place by a RSVP (full = full).
Please let us know right away if you want to join us for dinner :-)

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