Can Open Source bring about your next Innovation Breakthrough? - Gen Kanai, Mozilla Asia


Can Open Source bring about your next Innovation Breakthrough? - Gen Kanai, Mozilla Asia

MSC Malaysia Open Source Conference 2009
Community Track 1 June 2009

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Can Open Source bring about your next Innovation Breakthrough? - Gen Kanai, Mozilla Asia - Presentation Transcript

1. How to innovate with open source: Lessons from Mozilla
2. Gen Kanai Director, Asia Business Development http://blog.mozilla.com/gen/ gen at mozilla dot com
3. Mozilla’s Mission:
4. Mozilla’s Mission: To promote choice, innovation and participation on the Internet
5. Mozilla’s Mission: To promote choice, innovation and participation on the Internet
6. How?
7. People, Having Fun, Building a Better Internet
8. What’s a Better Internet?
9. What’s a Better Internet? There are a few key characteristics:
10. What’s a Better Internet? There are a few key characteristics: transparent vs. unknowable
11. What’s a Better Internet? There are a few key characteristics: transparent vs. unknowable hackable vs. immutable
12. What’s a Better Internet? There are a few key characteristics: transparent vs. unknowable hackable vs. immutable shared control vs. central control
13. What’s a Better Internet? There are a few key characteristics: transparent vs. unknowable hackable vs. immutable shared control vs. central control international vs. internationalized
14. What’s a Better Internet? There are a few key characteristics: transparent vs. unknowable hackable vs. immutable shared control vs. central control international vs. internationalized participatory vs. passive
15. What’s a Better Internet? There are a few key characteristics: transparent vs. unknowable hackable vs. immutable shared control vs. central control international vs. internationalized participatory vs. passive open vs. closed
16. Our open Internet is made by all of us, you and me and everyone else: Wikipedia Wordpress Creative Commons Flickr Personal weblogs etc.
17. The closed Internet is made up of plugins: ActiveX Flash Silverlight etc.
18. Broswer plugins are: Closed source Centrally controlled Not hackable Opaque Often buggy... etc.
19. Do you remember 2003?
20. Do you remember 2003? Second Iraq war Human genome completed Last flight of Concorde and...
21. Do you remember 2003? Second Iraq war Human genome completed Last flight of Concorde Microsoft IE: over 95% share of browsers
22. In 2009, another country has over 95% share of Microsoft IE...
23. South Korea 98.66% Microsoft IE Source: logger.co.kr (Sept. 2008)
24. Visit South Korea to understand the dangers of browser plugins. Only Microsoft IE for secure transactions in Korea. http://blog.mozilla.com/gen/2007/02/27/the-cost-of-monoculture/
25. How does Mozilla innovate True open source project
26. How does Mozilla innovate True open source project Not all OSS projects are truly open Undocumented APIs Unscheduled code dumps Only some portions OSS; other parts proprietary
27. How does Mozilla innovate True open source project Only open standards
28. How does Mozilla innovate True open source project Only open standards W3C ECMA IETF
29. How does Mozilla innovate True open source project Only open standards HTML 5, CSS, JavaScript
30. How does Mozilla innovate True open source project Only open standards HTML 5, CSS, JavaScript, and Canvas Mozilla Labs Bespin https://bespin.mozilla.com
31. How does Mozilla innovate True open source project Only open standards HTML 5, CSS, JavaScript, and Canvas First to natively support HTML 5

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