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Managing Open Source in Your Supply Chain. O’Reilly Open Source Conference Andy Wilson Chief open source compliance officer, Intel andrew.wilson@intel.com 22-July-2010. agenda. intro “the big picture” things that make a difference lots of time for discussion.

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    1. Managing Open Source in Your Supply Chain O’Reilly Open Source Conference Andy Wilson Chief open source compliance officer, Intel andrew.wilson@intel.com 22-July-2010

    2. agenda

    3. intro “the big picture” things that make a difference lots of time for discussion

    4. IANAL, TINLA, personal intro

    5. the SW world is not flat…

    6. … the SW world is systolic

    7. in a systolic economy, vendors provide direct, immediate value-add

    8. and pass through to the next stage

    9. the product cycle is continuous

    10. pipelines are deep

    11. development is highly parallel

    12. Each processing node runs on its own pulse

    13. as “wavefronts” of code flow through

    14. lub dub

    15. The beat goes on.

    16. The enemy of a systolic world is friction.

    17. proprietary standards, undocumented HW, restricted software cause friction

    18. Open standards, documented HW, open source reduce friction

    19. open source is not zero friction

    20. it is not public domain

    21. open source has rules

    22. not following the rules is a mistake

    23. mistakes can clog your pipeline

    24. mistakes can even land you in court

    25. don’t make mistakes

    26. to avoid mistakes

    27. it is in your interest to pass good information downstream

    28. information loss is friction

    29. friction is bad

    30. getting good information from upstream can be hard

    31. be clear with your downstream you need all their information

    32. (and a “no open source at all” policy from your vendors is so 1995)

    33. You need confidence in your vendor’s information

    34. you need to know where SW came from and how it is licensed

    35. you need downstream info in an understandable format

    36. and you need to document what you add in an understandable format

    37. pass on all your vendors’ information plus your information

    38. you will be asked for the info at some point

    39. if you can’t find the info, it’s a fire drill. fire drills are bad

    40. recap

    41. think systolically

    42. know exactly what you take in

    43. know exactly what you add

    44. always pass your information through; destroying information causes friction

    45. things that can help (1): have a GPL policy

    46. GPL is a high friction open source license

    47. not a criticism

    48. just a fact

    49. GPL is long

    50. it has never been litigated in the US