May 28 09:00:00-11:55:00
Producer: Maggie Cheung
Host: Jiansheng Li
"Our local enterprises are all very strong, not only making significant contributions but also releasing many open-source projects. However, there is still room for improvement in terms of cooperation between enterprises in the field of open source," said Keith Chan, CNCF China Director during a live event. The logic of collaboration and competition in the digital world is completely different from that of our past industrial age. For large software engineering or production projects with longer supply chains, their engineering costs, maintenance costs, and innovation progress cannot be completed independently by any commercial company alone; instead they require more enterprise collaboration to build together. This means that information technology-related companies need to learn how to cooperate. In many cases there may be business competition but infrastructure cooperation is necessary which undoubtedly places higher demands on enterprises. Leveraging the momentum of GOTC 2023, we would like to invite OSPO professionals from local enterprises to discuss this huge challenge together aiming at an important step forward for local open source promotion.
We will focus on the following topics:
What role does OSPO play in enterprise cooperation on open-source projects?
How should OSPOs interact with each other?
How should interests be calculated?
How can OSPO convince decision-makers and business departments internally?
What are the requirements and expectations of enterprises for neutral organizations and institutions?