Open source compliance BKMs and WKMs - Andrew Wilson, Intel
My talk is a practical and candid look at corporate open source compliance. I cover both the BKMs (best known methods) and the WKMs (worst known methods) I have seen from companies over two decades of work in this field. The goal is to share with companies who may be new to free/open source development how to get good results and how to stay out of trouble. Audience is management, legal, project and engineering leads, software QA, and leaders of industry consortia such as GENIVI. This is not a deep dive on open source licensing, but some familiarity with basic software licensing is desirable.
Open Source Compliance Director, Intel
Andrew is chief open source compliance officer for Intel Corporation. He has spoken about free/open source licensing and business strategy at numerous events, including OReilly OSCON, the FSF-Europe Legal Summit, China Open Source Summit, and the Linux Foundation MeeGo and Moblin developer conferences. He has been involved in free/open source SW since 1990 and was chair of the Carrier Grade Linux working group 2002-2005. Andrew was a contributor to GPL version 3.
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