Technical training module (Basic & Advanced)

The basic module is designed to introduce participants to the basic technological aspects of open source software. Participants will learn the fundamentals of open source development, version control, and collaboration. The advanced module is designed to provide a comprehensive understanding of the technological aspects of open source software and its ecosystem. Participants will explore advanced topics related to open source development, deployment, and management.

1. Basic Introduction to Technological Aspects of Open Source

Subtitle

How does open source work?

Instructor

Ivo Emanuilov, KU Leuven Centre for IT & IP Law – imec

Target

This course is designed for beginners who are curious about the way open source software, open hardware and open data are built and used. Relevant stakeholders include PATLIBs, Digital Innovation Hubs, Technology Transfer Offices, individual developers and knowledge creators.

Relevance

This training is relevant to participants who may wish to know more about the way open source development works in practice, ie, what tools and environments are used, what facilitates collaboration, and how the free and open source licensing model supports the collaborative development model.

Introduction (Description of Module’s content)

This module is designed to introduce participants to the basic technological aspects of open source development. Participants will learn the fundamentals of open source as a development model, concepts like collaborative development.

Topics

  • Open source as a development model
  • Free and open source software
  • Decentralised collaboration

Presentation

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2. Advanced Introduction to Technological Aspects of Open Source

Subtitle

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Instructor

Ivo Emanuilov, KU Leuven Centre for IT & IP Law – imec

Target

This course is designed for beginners who are curious about the way open-source software, open hardware and open data projects work. Participants who may wish to know more about the way open source development works in practice, ie, what tools and environments are used, what facilitates collaboration, and how the licensing model supports the development model. Well-suited for PATLIBs, Digital Innovation Hubs, Technology Transfer Offices, and individual developers and knowledge creators.

Relevance

This training is relevant to participants who may wish to know more about the way open source development works in practice, ie, what tools and environments are used, what facilitates collaboration, and how the free and open source licensing model supports the collaborative development model.

Introduction (Description of Module’s content)

This module is designed to introduce participants to certain more advanced technological aspects of open source development, such as principles and tips for building and deployment of open source projects across the three “Os”, that is software, hardware and data.

Topics

  • Building and deploying open-source projects
  • Contributing to open-source projects
  • Specifics of open hardware and open data projects

Presentation

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