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Chair: [http://sunset.usc.edu/~mattmann/ Chris A. Mattmann]
 
Chair: [http://sunset.usc.edu/~mattmann/ Chris A. Mattmann]
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The ESIP Open Source Cluster is an effort to study the effects of open source software, its licenses, process, governance, architectural and implementation level implications, community models, IP and legal strategies and other relevant dimensions within the context of organizations and individuals participating within ESIP. We will explore processes, help to offer guidance and advice to those interested in open source software and serve as an outreach and dissemination point on Open Source to the community.
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=== Winter ESIP 2013 Meeting ===
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* [[ClusterBreakoutNotes-OSS-ESIPW-13|Notes from Winter ESIP 2013 Open Source Cluster Breakout]]
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* [http://commons.esipfed.org/node/752 Open Source Cluster Breakout - Winter ESIP 2013 Tuesday, January 8, 2013 - 2:00 to 3:30]
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=== Meeting Notes ===
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* [[OSS-Cluster-Sep12-12|Wednesday September 12, 2012]]
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* [[Wed-Oct10-12|Wednesday October 10, 2012]]
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* [[Wed-Dec12-12|Wednesday December 12, 2012]]
  
 
=== Resources ===
 
=== Resources ===
  
* [[Media:ESIP-IT-RantRave-OSSr.pdf|ESIP I&T Rant and Rave promoting Open Source Cluster - Thursday September 6, 2012]]
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* [[Media:ESIP-IT-RantRave-OSS.pdf|ESIP I&T Rant and Rave promoting Open Source Cluster - Thursday September 6, 2012]]
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* [[Media:NASA-OSS-process.png|NASA Open Source Process diagram - Chris Mattmann - October 10, 2012]]

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[edit] ESIP Open Source Cluster

Chair: Chris A. Mattmann

The ESIP Open Source Cluster is an effort to study the effects of open source software, its licenses, process, governance, architectural and implementation level implications, community models, IP and legal strategies and other relevant dimensions within the context of organizations and individuals participating within ESIP. We will explore processes, help to offer guidance and advice to those interested in open source software and serve as an outreach and dissemination point on Open Source to the community.

[edit] Winter ESIP 2013 Meeting

[edit] Meeting Notes

[edit] Resources

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