MSU WebDev CAFE 2012 Summer Forum
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What MSU developers need to know about licensing and open source applications?
The summer forum will explore a variety of related topics/questions related to licensing, including:
* What should MSU developers know regarding using open source code in developing sites for MSU?
* What kinds of licensing agreements can they enter into, and what kinds can they not?
* Can they share code they write with other MSU developers?
* Who in the University is permitted to write and release programming as open source?
* If a developer has produced web programming or an app that she/he thinks might be commercially viable for the University, with whom can she/he work to determine next steps (if any)?
* What are some examples of MSU projects that have been developed through both commercial and open source licenses, and what lessons have been learned from them?
2:30 - 2:35pm Welcome
Burt Bargerstock, University Outreach and Engagement
2:35 - 3:25pm Open Licenses and Web/Code Development at MSU
Brendan Guenther, IT Services - Teaching and Learning Support
Kari Haldenwanger, MSU Technologies
3:25 - 3:45pm Networking Break
3:45 - 4:10pm Commercial Application Developed at MSU: The Eli Writing and Reviewing Platform (http://www.elireview.com)
Jeff Grabill, Writing in Digital Environments (WIDE) Research Center
4:10 - 4:35pm Open Source Application Developed at MSU: The Kora Digital Repository and Publishing Platform (http://kora.matrix.msu.edu)
Dean Rehberger, MATRIX Center for Humane Arts, Letters, & Social Sciences Online
4:35 - 5:00pm Comparing Support Practices of Open-Source and Proprietary Software
Felicia Berryman, IT Services - Content and Collaboration Support
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