Open Source Peer Production
Workshop: The Future of Open Source Peer Production Models: Business and Legal Frontiers, Austin, 2 May 2006
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Date: Tue, 18 Apr 2006 12:31:07 -0400
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On May 2 2006, in conjunction with the historic World Congress on Information Technology 2006, the University of Texas at Austin will host an open source workshop, “The Future of Open Source Peer Production Models: Business and Legal Frontiers”. The workshop will cover topics essential to the future of technological development and its impact on business and culture. Panelists will discuss “business value creation”, peer-based production models for cultural content products, peer-based production models for research & development and marketing, the “Creative Commons” and the challenges of leadership and management in organizations using open source.
For the program, go to www.mccombs.utexas.edu/events/osworkshop
The event will take place at the UT School of Law in the Connally Center for Justice Building (CCJ) in the Sheffield Room on Tuesday May 2, 2006. The event is free but will require registration. Go to www.mccombs.utexas.edu/events/osworkshop Opening remarks begin at 8:30 am. The fifth and final panel discussion ends at 5:30 pm
Distinguished speakers include business executives, professors from Business Schools, Law Schools, Music Schools, School of Communications, School of Information, practicing attorneys, an ethnomusicologist, etc.
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