Asay: "Community Capitalism" presentation online

I recently keynoted the JA-SIG Conference in Denver, CO. For those who don't know (as I didn't), JA-SIG is a Java organization focused on the Higher Education industry, with a strong open source bent (Sakai, uPortal, etc.). As such, I talked about "Community Capitalism," focusing on how non-profit organizations can get involved in open source, both corporate and community open source. I firmly believe that non-p

I recently keynoted the JA-SIG Conference in Denver, CO. For those who don't know (as I didn't), JA-SIG is a Java organization focused on the Higher Education industry, with a strong open source bent (Sakai, uPortal, etc.).

As such, I talked about "Community Capitalism," focusing on how non-profit organizations can get involved in open source, both corporate and community open source. I firmly believe that non-profits are particularly valuable to open source, because their motivations and needs differ from the corporate world. In short, they can contribute somewhat less selfishly.

You can download the ODF file here . Yes, I'm being intentionally difficult by only providing it in ODF format. ;-)

Jason Shao

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