2017 is the year of OSPOs!
In late 2020, the European Commission set the scene by publishing its open source strategy and creating its OSPO.
OSPOs are not a new thing, but the interest in setting up dedicated teams that can help adopt, contribute and lead in open source, in collaboration with the larger community, is growing as open source is getting more and more dominant as a reuse and collaboration pattern.
In this session, we invite leaders from the OSPO Alliance and the OSPO ++ network to share their insights about how to help all kinds of organisations, public and private succeed with open source.
OSPO as a catalyser of good open source governance