Presented by:

Hans de Raad

from OpenNovations

Independent consultant, open-source enthusiast (openSUSE, Drupal, etc). Also a big classical music lover (artistic manager of the Huygensfestival in Voorburg, supporter of several international chamber music festivals in/around The Hague, The Netherlands). One of my companies basic philosophies is, if open-source provides you with a stable revenue (thank you, 10x), you should do something in return. So my company donates 10% of its annual profit to one of the projects we've been using that year. This contribution can also be by providing help, i.e. in 2015 I was project lead and organizer for openSUSE conference in The Hague!

Brenno de Winter is a well known Dutch research journalist and a firm believer in open source/free software. He will talk about his personal experiences on the importance of being able to freely communicate in a world that has become increasingly non-free.

Since 1993 de Winter has developed software for commercial applications. Since 1995 he focuses on projects with open source software as a basis. From late nineties he gives lectures and trainings on this and advises organizations on their IT security. Journalism

Since 2000 de Winter has been a professional journalist. The articles written by him focus on the business side of the IT industry and the technical aspects of open source software and IT security. In his work as an investigative journalist, he makes frequent use of the WOB. This has in the past led to controversies.

2015 May 2 - 13:30
30 min
Main hall
openSUSE Conference
Community, collaboration and Cooperation