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Four Steps to Creating an Effective Open Source Policy

Authored on: Feb 1, 2012 by Greg Olson

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Creating an open source policy is not a trivial matter. OSS management spans multiple areas of responsibility, and the requirements and points-of-view of each of these areas must be included and reconciled if the policy is to be successful. As such, Olliance has identified four specific steps to creating an effective open source policy:

  • Identify key stakeholders
  • Obtain an organizational commitment
  • Draft the policy
  • Review and approve the policy

Read this white paper to learn more about creating and implementing an open source policy.
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Bibliofan Posted Mar 31, 2012

This one is a very good white paper about policies. They must be short. What do you hope anytime the word "policies" comes up? A hundred nonsense pages to read !!! Thank you Mr Olson

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