As one of the biggest open source communities in the world, we have the opportunity and even some responsibility for the future of open source and the open web.
Drupal has emerged as a powerful platform to help governments successfully manage open data initiatives. DKAN is an open source Drupal distribution that allows users anywhere on Earth to build a community-based open data portal with a full suite of data cataloguing, publishing, and visualization features.
In my session I'll show the most common vulnerabilities that our Drupal code can have and how we should be prepared to avoid such an unsecure code to be released. The presentation covers trends in vulnerabilities, starting in general aspects then showing Drupal specific ones. I'll also speak about what we should do if we find any vulnerabilities in contributed solutions.
This talk will present the use of open source software at the European Commission as well as dive into the EU-FOSSA initiative.
Last year we made a huge step and open-sourced all the code that runs our production environment for everyone to see and contribute. But tech, that’s not what I’ll mainly talk about (ok a bit because it’s to see how we run Docker in Production).
In order to spread the word that it is possible to get large enterprises to support Open Source software I will present a case study on how leadership within the company I work for was swayed to support the Drupal Association and get more involved in the Open Source communities in which they live and work.