Open Source and innovation: Open Source as a development methodology - programme
The IN'Tech technology watch club, led by Inria and the association Grenoble Isère Logiciel (GRILOG), is organising a half-day of forums between researchers and industrial operators on development methodologies and experiments based on open source, on Tuesday, 12 January 2010 from 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., at the Inria centre in Montbonnot.
- Date : 12/01/2010
- Place : Inria Grenoble - Rhône-Alpes, Montbonnot
Introduction and opening
2:00 p.m. - 2:15 p.m.
By Philippe Broun, Inria, and James Crowley, Grenoble INP
2:15 p.m. Open source: a proven process for production of innovation in software
François Letellier, Independent consultant
2:45 p.m. Inria and Open Source Software
Presentation of the computer science innovation and research centre on open source software
Patrick Moreau, Inria
3:15 p.m. From proprietary to Open Source:
experience in development of directory products at Sun.
Ludovic Poitou, Sun Microsystems
3:45 p.m. - 4:45 p.m.: Presentation and demonstrations of tools for developing open-source software and applications based on free components
Marcos Serrano - IIHM team - LIG
OpenInterface is an open-source framework developed by the OpenInterface European consortium, FP6-35182. The framework is downloadable at: www.oi-project.org
The OpenInterface framework is made of an underlying platform, namely OpenInterface platform, and the OpenInterface Interaction Development Environment (OIDE). The OIDE is a component-based system built on top of a run-time kernel, the OpenInterface platform. The platform is able to handle distributed heterogeneous components based on different technologies (Java, C++, Matlab, Python, .NET). The OIDE allows the designer to define a multimodal interaction by assembling components.
The demonstration will showcase a selection of components from the OIDE component repository, both developed "in-house" (e.g., cubtile-based gesture, accelerometer-based gesture, two-handed interaction) and also accessible via proxies to other component sets (e.g., Phidgets, ARToolkit). Our components include device drivers, interaction techniques, multimodal fusion facilities, development services and developer-defined combinations. The OI components and interaction techniques are downloadable at http://dolak.dcs.gla.ac.uk:8080/OIRepository/ (OI repository).
Loris Bouzonnet - PhD student at Université de Grenoble (SARDES project-team, Inria Grenoble Rhone Alpes Research Centre) & (JEM team, Bull S.A.S.)
Java EE cluster administration with JASMINe.
- François Aubriot - DotRiver
- Nicolas Guerin - Xerox Codendi
- Ludovic Poitou - Sun
4:45 p.m. Use of open-source "forges" in an industrial context.
Nicolas Guerin, Xerox
Thierry Jacquin, Xerox
5:15 p.m. Feedback on collaborative development tools inspired by open source
Laurent Charles, STMicroelectronics
Closing of the seminar
5:45 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
By Philippe Broun