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Open Sourcing the Green Deal: Decarbonisation of Energy Grids

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References contained in the Guidelines

Methodological note [1] Available at: https://www.linuxfoundation.org/resources/open-source-guides/ [2] Available at: https://opensource.guide/ [3] The Sharing and Reuse Action is part of the European...
Last update: 01/12/2021

5. Methodological Note

4. Long-term sustainability References contained in the Guidelines Several research methods were employed to produce the Guidelines for Sustainable Open Source Communities in the Public Sector. More...
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4. Long-term sustainability

3. Building your own public sector OSS community 5. Methodological Note If there is one thing that you should take away from these Guidelines, it is that the sustainability of OSS communities is not a...
Last update: 02/12/2021

3. Building your own public sector OSS community

2. Joining an existing community 4. Long-term sustainability If you have decided to create a new open source community, this section will explore the key issues that you may encounter and how to...
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2. Joining an existing community

1. Setting the foundation for sustainable open source engagements 3. Building your own public sector OSS community After assessing your needs and IT capabilities and evaluating the open source...
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1. Setting the foundation for sustainable open source engagements

Terms and Definitions 2. Joining an existing community When considering starting an open source engagement, public administrations are faced with two key choices: join an existing community or create...
Last update: 01/12/2021

Terms and Definitions

Introduction 1. Setting the foundation for sustainable open source engagements Term Definition Fork Creating a “fork” is producing a personal copy of someone else’s project. Forks act as a bridge...
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Introduction to the Guidelines

Terms and Definitions Open source software (OSS) can be highly beneficial to those who choose to harness it. One of the key strengths of OSS is its adaptability: anyone can reuse or modify it to best...
Last update: 01/12/2021

Guidelines for Sustainable Open Source Communities in the Public Sector [Online]

Despite its benefits, the adoption of open source by public administrations across Europe has not historically been a sustainable journey. This has led the European Commission’s Open Source...
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FOSDEM 2021 online

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