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BCS Open Source Presentation

I don’t build up illusion ’til it makes me sick,
I ain’t afraid of confusion no matter how thick.
- MOST OF THE TIME

As I write this, we’re kicking off the BCS Event – Public Funds in the UK: Open Source for Document and Content Management? I’ll write more about the event afterwards, but I thought I’d share my presentation.

I assumed I’d be stoned if I used PowerPoint at an Open Source event, so I did this using Prezi, which I really enjoyed. First time I’ve used it – apologies if it makes you feel sick. And it probably doesn’t make any sense without me talking over it. Probably doesn’t make sense then either, but anyway.

You can see the presentation online here: http://prezi.com/rmga5cq2iplv/

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13 comments to BCS Open Source Presentation

  • Rory

    Like the BCC example and the guardian article – good reporting.

    Why do so few people concentrate on the implementation cost and the relationship with the implementation partner rather than the software?

  • It certainly seems software is much more sexy than anything implementation related

  • As I mentioned last night, the video to Subterranean Homesick Blues was filmed (for the documentary Dont Look Back) in the alley behind the Savoy Hotel, just 100 yards from the BCS.

    I thought this was a rather good intentional historical reference…

    Wikipedia article on the album.

  • Rory and Janus, I think that is a great theme to explore more.

    There are a lot of aspects – a lot of experience tends to be required to implement a CMS well. The software does affect the cost and quality of the implementation too though; but that may not be related to whether it is open source, more the architectural decisions. Code quality of the system matters a lot though, as bugs increase implementation cost and time, and open source may be less buggy than closed source software. And of course implementation quality may depend on the client and their relationship with the implementation company.

    Lots to explore…

  • Rory Bernard

    Put it this way :-

    A great implementation partner using a rubbish system will get you a decent site

    A great system with a useless implementation partner will get a big bill, no site and a search for someone to fix it.

    Of course a great implementation partner would never get themselves into a situation where they have to use a rubbish system and therefore it’s hypothetical.

    Rory

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