How to improve and accelerate open source development
Fr. 2015-06-12 12h - 21h
Sa. 2015-06-13 10h - 19h
The sessions will be in english, german or mixed-mode. The outcome will be a report in english.
The hackathon will be organized by Leopold Zyka, the founder of OpenLandLAB www.openlandlab.org
The successfull open source software movement is broadcastet to other areas like open source hardware development and open design. Open Source Ecology http://opensourceecology.org/ , Collective Furniture http://collectivefurniture.at/, Apertus https://www.apertus.org/axiom and a lot of other ambituous open source projects are opening a new open source aera. Nevertheless we are aspecially in Europe at the beginning.We need better networking, better documentation, more efficiency, better tools new business models and so on.
At the 2 day hackathon we want make a sprint like brainstorming with a documented output which can be internationally discussed.
- List item
- Business models
- National differantiations
Please look at the OSE Leadership Development Webinars:http://opensourceecology.org/wiki/OSE_Webinars.
It will be the base for our discussions.
I have prepared a basic structure on Trello, where I will invite everybody who sends me the email.Also I am loking into https://realtimeboard.com the next days.
At the Sector5 will be WLAN and a video beamer.Videostreaming by skype or google hangout might be possible.If you bring your own notebook it is great but not necessary.
All makers and creators from Austria should be prepared for theMaker Space Convention http://viennaopen.net/programm-2015/The OpenLandLAB will be part of the convention.
See you @ Sektor 5,
Conceptual Hackathon @ OSCE Days Vienna hc
Initial Structure of our Exploration
Team @ hackathon:
Friday: Leopold (email@example.com) Ion Intonation (SebastianHornstein@A1.net) Walter (firstname.lastname@example.org) Harald Pichler (IoT) Franz Irnberger (Software Development) Michi Schreiber Gerhard Jereb (Metrics, Standards) Leopold: Leopold Ion Franz Nahrada (GIVE) Online Michi Schreiber
We discussed the machine Index of OSE (50 machines).
For us it looks a little bit arbitrary and there are different priorities in non US countries.
Discussed what we would like to have in Europe additionally to the 50 OSE machines:
OS Smartphone (already a project)
Automatic Lawnmower | Vacuum Cleaner
DIY Glass Manufactoring
Cutting Machines (water, sand, …)
Database for plants and seeds
Open Source Secure Box
Definition of OSHW ? -> OSHWA
Is cc creative commons usefull for OSHWA
Is it allowed to build a house in Europe with briggs from the OSE CBP Press ?
CAT or CAD?
Encyclopedic Open Source Hardware Repository
Construction Plans & Protocols
no such Project in Europ
CNC Cutter & Laser Cutter
better Online Structure
What we need:
Information Flow & Clearance
Save Human Rights
Events on a regular basis
Crowdfunding Construction Projects
Save Infrastructure for WorkLog and Status Data
Demand in Teams:
We need Software to distribute Hardware
Unit of Measurements:
Metric System / Imperial System (We need all Plans in both Measurement Systems)
USA, UK Imperial System
Übergreifende Normen ?
Manuelle Anpassungen von Maschinenbauer !?
Commisioning (einzelne Anlage) Betriebsgenehmigung
Type rating (Ziegel) Typisierung
Viele Infos in Herstellerkatalogen
Dubbel Alles über Maschinen
Missing in OSE
Sensoring - Monitoring - Control ?
Encyclopedic Open Source Hardware Repository Cloning
successfull open source software movement is broadcastet to other areas
like open source hardware development and open design. Open Source
Ecology http://opensourceecology.org/ Collective Furniture http://collectivefurniture.at/, Apertus https://www.apertus.org/axiom and a lot of other ambituous open source projects are opening a new open source aera.
Nevertheless we are especially in Europe at the beginning.
We need better networking, better documentation, more efficiency, better tools new business models and so on.
At the 2 day hackathon we want make a sprint like brainstorming with a
documented output which can be internationally discussed.
Please look at the OSE Leadership Development Webinars:
It will be the base for our discussions.
I have prepared a basic structure on Trello, where I will invite everybody who sends me the email.
Also I am looking into https://realtimeboard.com the next days.
At the Sector5 will be WLAN and a video beamer.
Videostreaming by skype or google hangout might be possible.
If you bring your own notebook it is great but not necessary.
All makers and creators from Austria should be prepared for the
Maker Space Convention http://viennaopen.net/programm-2015/
The OpenLandLAB will be part of the convention.
Some stuff for discussions:
Milestones - Roadmaps
Do we need other milestones and roadmaps ?
Which organisations besides in the US are alive ?
Is there anything in India, China, Africa ?
Is essantial for progress
Sensors and monitoring is completely missing at OSE
Lawyers for Open Source ?
registered commons vs. patents ?
What do the users (farmers, creatives, …) want ?
What do we want from Open Source Software products ?
Which Tools do we have ?
Which Tools we want to use ?
Which tools we would need ?
Extreme Manufactoring ?
Which (national) business models are possible ?
How to make money with open source ?
Ideas & Visions
Open Encyclopedia & Sructured Repositories
Differences to the USA ?
How things work in Europe
How things work in India ?
How things work in China ?
How things work in Africa ?
Learning from China ?
Distributed hackathon: mapping the resources of an OSCE
WebRTC via Serverproxy
portable linked profiles
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