The European Open Source & Free Software Law Event (EOLE) aims to promote the sharing and dissemination of legal knowledge related to free software, as well as the development and promotion of good practices. In light of the COVID-19 public health crisis, the usual one-day conference has been divided into seven webinars. The final session takes place on 2 June at 11.30 - 13.00 CET.
What is the EOLE?
The EOLE aims to promote the sharing and dissemination of legal knowledge related to free and open source software (FOSS) licences, as well as the development and promotion of good practices in the field. The event is organized by a group of lawyers from different European countries, and each year is dedicated to the study of a particular legal aspect of the use and development of free and open source software (FOSS). The upcoming session will celebrate the conclusion of the 13th edition of the EOLE and summarise the previous six sessions that focused on:
- Free software acquisition by public administrations
- Public sector collaborations around FOSS projects
- Open source governance within public administrations
- Open science and open source
- Tools for public administrations
- Open Source Programme Office (OSPO)
For those of you who missed out, the recordings and exchanges of these six sessions are available online.
Registration is compulsory and free of charge