This is a Gitlab for NZOSS Members

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<p>Ngā mihi o te ata<br />
Tēnā koutou, tēnā koutou, tēnā tatou katoa<br />
Ko Dave Lane au</p>
Ko Dave Lane aho</p>
<p>I'm the president of the New Zealand Open Source Society, and I'd like to welcome you to our Free and Open Source Stream at this year's ITx conference.</p>
<p>Free and open source software is a global community, but it seems especially natural and resonant here in Aotearoa because our of indigenous culture's strong focus on community responsibility and the Māori concept of Kaitiakitanga or guardianship or protection of the Commons. http://www.teara.govt.nz/en/kaitiakitanga-guardianship-and-conservation</p>
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<p>We are a community of communities
emerged in the era of Digital Abundance
who have emerged in the era of Digital Abundance
who share a common aesthetic...</p>
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<p>The NZ Open Source Society is a community of technically and digitally minded people who recognise that humanity has entered the information age, the era of Digital Abundance, brought about by the ever increasing distribution of connected computing across the globe.</p>
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<p class="fragment">Self-determination > Dependence</p>
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<p class="fragment">Principle > Expedience</p>
<p class="fragment">Communities > Corporations</p>
<p class="fragment">Truth > Comfort</p>
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<p>We're largely united around a common aesthetic - a collection of affinities and principles:</p>
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<p>Correctness > Convenience</p>
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<p class="fragment">Do it yourself > Outsource</p>
<p class="fragment">Understanding > Ignoring</p>
<p class="fragment">Diverse > Homogenous</p>
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<p>Self reliant > Hostage situation</p>
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<p class="fragment">Ecosystem > Monoculture</p>
<p class="fragment">Distributed > Centralised</p>
<p class="fragment">Bottom up > Top down</p>
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<p>2003: Open vs. Closed</p>
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<p class="fragment">But Closed still dominates.</p>
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Yesterday's champions of Closed now trumpet Open, but remain mostly closed.</p>
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<p>Today, with regard to general sentiment, Open has won. The tide has turned. But Closed has huge inertia. What's more Open is just a word. Anyone can use it, and because the status quo of technology is still largely closed, someone can call themselves open to cash in on the kudos that brings, while still being effectively closed, often just a proprietary verneer.</p>
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<h1>2018: Open vs. Fauxpen</h1>
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<p>The NZOSS needs to recalibrate - We need to hold those claiming to be open to account when they're not.</p>
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<p>Can't suddenly shift from Closed to Open.</p>
<p>We can't suddenly shift from Closed to Open.</p>
<p class="fragment">Instead "Open" should be an active intention:</p>
<p class="fragment">Relentless progression from Closed to Open at any opportunity.</p>
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<p>The Keys:<br/>
<span class="fragment">Be Open by default.</span><br/>
<span class="fragment">Never give up Open ground.</span></p>
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<p>Today's Stream:<br/>
FOSS contributors presenting their work,<br/>
insights into how open works,<br/>
glimpses of what it looks like in practice.</p>
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<p>Remember: FOSS contribution is far more than just code.
<span class="fragment">Use whatever medium best represents your creative passion.</span></p>
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<p>Remember, contribution isn't just code. It can be things like advocacy, sponsorship, writing blog posts, submitting bug reports, simply telling others what FOSS is all about - whatever medium best represents your creative passion!</p>
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<p>FOSS requires you to do only two things:</p>
<p class="fragment">Participate and Share.</p>
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<p>Contributing to FOSS doesn't require a lot from you that you wouldn't be doing naturally anyway...</p>
<p>Remember, we're competing with the world's biggest corporations, with marketing budgets to match. We are the grass roots - only our passionate community members will get the word out in a way that encourages other to take notice!</p>
<p>All it takes to be a valuable open contributor is for you decide you want to. Then find or start a community doing something you can be passionate about and contribute your energy to it. That's it! You're in.</p>
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<p>Mighty FOSS Contributor: Carl Klitscher - NZOSS Treasurer and primary organiser of this NZOSS day, and the CIO Panel.</p>
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<p>I'd like to give props to a prodigious FOSS contributor who has assured me that he hasn't cut a single line of code in preparation for this event! Many thanks for your heroic efforts, Carl!</p>
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<p>Enjoy the day!</p>
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<h1>Credits</h1>
<p>This presentation uses open source browser-based presentation software, <a href="http://lab.hakim.se/reveal-js/">Reveal.js</a>, created by <a href="http://hakim.se">Hakim el Hattab</a>.</p>
<p>This talk: <a href="http://pres.lane.net.nz/itx2018/intro">http://pres.lane.net.nz/itx2018/intro</a>.</p>
<p class="fineprint">For my speaker's notes, type "s" in a modern open standards compliant browser.</p>
<p>This talk can be copied and remixed under the terms of the Creative Commons "By Attribution" license <a rel="license" href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/"><img alt="Creative Commons License" style="border-width:0" src="img/CC-By-88x31.png" /></a>
<p style="font-size: 50%">For my speaker's notes, type "s" in a modern open standards compliant browser.</p>
<p style="font-size: 50%">This talk can be copied and remixed under the terms of the Creative Commons "By Attribution" license</p> <a rel="license" href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/"><img alt="Creative Commons License" style="border-width:0" src="img/CC-By-88x31.png" /></a>
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