Last night I was invited by the Düsseldorf local section of the German Gesellschaft für Informatik (think ACM) to talk about Open Source Software.

I figured I should talk about the parts of the Open Source universe I actually know and so it became a "what is the ASF, how are we different from others, how do we work" kind of talk. The audience was very interested and we had some good questions and discussion during and after the talk. I enjoyed it and hope it has been the same for the audience.

This marked the first time I've been presenting to people that neither are customers nor coworkers and judging from the feedback I received it went pretty well - or people have just been nice.

The German slides are here and if anybody knows of an easy way to turn an S5 presentation into a slide-by-slide PDF I might put it up at Slideshare as well.

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