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The EU Open Source Policy Summit 2024
SAVE THE DATE: 10 years of the EU Open Source Policy Summit | 2 February 2024
The EU Open Source Policy Summit is the main European forum for Open Source policy discussions at the highest level.
2024 is the 10th Summit, marking the importance of open technologies and open source and making this edition a special one. A decade of connecting Open Source stakeholders with policymakers proves the need for a space for these exchanges.
What started as a 10-person meeting of the minds on the then-niche subject of Open Source policy has steadily grown every year. Our 2023 edition gathered almost 200 high-level participants in Brussels from the public and private sector.
The online edition united over 1,000 people from all over the world, bringing a new, global dimension to the Summit. Participants joined from Europe, the US, India, Japan, Brazil and beyond.
While waiting for the speaker announcements, the venue, topics discussed and other information about 2024 Summit, take a look at the recordings of the 2023 edition.
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Participants: Policymakers from EU institutions and MS, Open Source businesses, community members, developers, foundations and digital policy experts.
Speakers at the previous editions included:
Thierry Breton, European Commissioner for Internal Market • Johannes Hahn, European Commissioner for Budget and Administration • Amélie de Montchalin, Minister of Public Sector Transformation and Civil Service, France • Alexandra van Huffelen, Minister for Digitalisation, the Netherlands • Ivan Bartoš, Deputy Prime Minister for Digitalisation and Minister of Regional Development of the Czech Republic • Thomas Dohmke, CEO, Github • Mike Milinkovich, Executive Director, Eclipse Foundation • Mario Campolargo, Director-General, DG DIGIT, European Commission • Jim Zemlin, Executive Director, Linux Foundation • Todd Moore, Vice President of Open Technology, IBM • Gerald Pfeifer, CTO, SUSE • Sophie Proust, EVP and CTO, ATOS • Maria de Fátima Fonseca, Secretary of State for Innovation and Administrative Modernisation, Government of Portugal • and many more…