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Osmii – Building a Pro Bono Exec Team for Open UK
Building and supporting communities is an integral pillar of Osmii With our latest website we dedicate an entire page to our efforts within Diversity and...Read more
OpenUK Awards and Kids Competition Update
You may have noticed we have been busy recognising UK Leadership of Open Technology in the OpenUK Awards and building future leadership not only with...Read more
European Commission’s new Digital Services Act consultation
Change is afoot in Europe which has the potential to help or hinder the use of Open technologies. The European Commission has set out its...Read more
Announcing a special Awards Partnership with FINOS
“OpenUK 2020 FINOS Award” – Outstanding Contribution to Accelerating Open Source in Finance “We’re really excited to announce we are partnering with FINOS to be...Read more
Gnome settles Patent litigation: Amanda Brock, CEO OpenUK interviews Neil McGovern, ED of Gnome Foundation and Board Director at OpenUK
“Firstly, Congratulations Neil and very well done. This is probably the best possible result Gnome could have had right? “I believe so, yes. We have...Read more
An updated OpenUK Kids Competition for 2020
OpenUK, the advocate organisation for Open Technology (open source software, open hardware and open data) in the UK, has revamped its Kids Competition due to...Read more
Driving better outcomes with an open approach to data, Sonia Cooper, Microsoft
Microsoft’s mission to empower every organization on the planet to achieve more, aims to put the tools for building and using AI into the hands...Read more
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
Mindwave, how one open-source company built a successful business in the NHS?
The NHS states that open-source is a core strategy for creating better technology, which directly leads to better outcomes in the NHS and social care...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
Open Data in the age of PropTech – who is in control?
As real estate’s interest in venture capital investments grows, you may have heard that PropTech is the new (albeit smaller) cousin of FinTech. PropTech, defined...Read more
Bishop’s Stortford College’s Amy tells us about winning “AWS GetIT”
As kids head home from a last day of school in uncertain times, we are pleased to hear from Amy of Bishop’s Stortford College. As...Read more