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Our participants are specialists in open source software, hardware and data, “Open”. They benefit from our organisation to meet, learn and pursue collaborative projects.
We work with the public and private sectors, industry organisations, NGO’s and the Government within the UK and internationally, creating a single voice for the UK Open communities.
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OpenUK Amicus Brief in Google v Oracle copyright law suit
Open Source Attorney, Van Lindberg discusses the filing with the U.S. Supreme Court of an amicus brief including OpenUK. An amicus brief is filed in...Read more
Karen Sandler talks “Digital Autonomy” in advance of her OpenUK Healthcare keynote in London on 6 February
Digital autonomy – our ability to choose and control how technology integrates in our live- has never been more important. It also has never been...Read more
How open source can live up to its name in a post-Brexit world
Amanda Brock, CEO at OpenUK and keynote speaker at Tech Leaders Summit, explores how open source can thrive in a post-Brexit worldRead more
“Some people have all the luck” Neil McGovern, Executive Director, Gnome Foundation
Some people have all the luck – by Neil McGovern.Read more
DG Connect: Open Source 2020 and Beyond
The European Commission is taking Open Source, Open Hardware and Open Data seriously and recognising the need to take real and defined steps to move...Read more
Dominic Cummings and Number 10 need you!
It’s the start of a new decade and with Brexit on January 31, inevitably a new era for the UK.Read more
Ethical Open Source Licence dilemma Andrew Katz, Pro Bono GC OpenUK
Coraline Ada Ehmke (where.coraline.codes) has just stirred up a minor hornets’ nest in the world of Free and Open Source Software by re leasing a...Read more