Track 5 - Legal

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  1. This must be the most interesting talk ever done by lawyers to a software audience. Great stuff!
  2. Welcome to the Track 5: "Legal" If you have any questions for the speaker, please post it while the speaker is talking, so we can to make it at the end of his talk (in case there is still time). For more questions and discussion you can also use St. Virtual our digital village. Enjoy the talks and the conference!
  3. Carlo Piana has also a table in S. Virtual: https://virtual.noi.bz.it/users.html#group=kulturhaus-casacultura If you want to continue the discussion there, please feel free to do so!
  4. We like to remind you, if you have any questions for the speaker, please post it while the speaker is talking, so we can to make it at the end of his talk (in case there is still time), thanks!
  5. Elisa, we did a nice Scratch project, called Tacitus, in the University of Bolzano some years ago with kids from primary and elementary schools. Please have a look at http://tacitus.mystrikingly.com/.
  6. How to develop critical thinking on students against marketing strategies from big corps against Open Source?
  7. I agree with Alex that schools should be speaking more about the GAFA(M) firms. It is a pity that this hadn't been done till now.
  8. Interesting conversation. Left with some mixed feelings. Hope we can have such an IRL conversation on-stage next year at SFScon!
  9. If you have any questions for the speaker, please post it while the speaker is talking, so we can to make it at the end of the talk (in case there is still time), thanks!
  10. Hi Lukas, are there brands of routers / (and fc modems) on the market featuring free software OS (not proprietary blackbox firmware) ?
  11. Henrik: the study is at https://github.com/clearlydefined/license-score/raw/master/ClearlyDefined%20-%20ClearlyLicensed%20clarity%20report-2019.pdf
  12. Mattia: re: > If a package is LGPL, doesn't that mean that all it's dependencies are compatible with it? It would be great if it would be true, but the fact a package is LGPL does not mean that the author of this package did check the license of all its direct and indirect dependencies.
  13. Hi Philippe, as we use ScanCode to feed our market readiness index, we could be interested in integrating the license score you just mentioned. Pls keep us posted.
  14. Cédric: I will drop you a note for sure. The latest version of scancode has a this --license-score option to compute the license clarity score https://scancode-toolkit.readthedocs.io/en/latest/cli-reference/scan-options-post.html#license-clarity-score-option
  15. @Giammi: the howdyadoc demo we presented this morning is available (as a gitlab repo) at https://gitlab.justice4all.it/howdyadoc-demo/apache20 The toolchain is available at https://gitlab.com/howdyadoc/toolchain/
  16. How would the output (e.g. some machine learning model derived from some data) of an AI/ML tool be different (legally) from the output of a compiler like GNU GCC (e.g. some binary derived from some source code?)

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