"Open Source" tag

Open Technology Foundation: Sharing knowledge, standards and code

The Open Technology Foundation is a new Australian-based organisation that is a hub for technology and people networks in government to share, reuse and co-invest in open technology initiatives across the public sector.


Open-Sourcing Government Web

OpenPublic: Jeff Walpole, CEO and co-founder of Phase2 Technology, joins Gov 2.0 Radio for a discussion of Drupal and open-source Web development for government. Wapole’s company has worked on high-profile site launches like…


Open Source in Government

Open Source Websites in Government: Dries Buytaert and Tim Bertrand of Acquia join Gov 2.0 Radio’s Adriel Hampton and Steve Ressler for a discussion of open source software and open government. Dries, who…

San Francisco

Building Gov 2.0 Community in San Francisco

CityCampSF, OpenSF, Code for America, oh my!: Some of San Francisco’s top social media, tech and civic innovators discuss the use of new communications technologies in the Egyptian revolution, and how to build…

Chris Vein - WEGO

The new World e-Governments Organization

San Francisco CIO Chris Vein and Allison Hornery of CivicTEC join us for a wrap of the Inaugural General Assembly of the World e-Governments Organization of Cities and Local Governments, held early September…


From DrupalCon – Open Source and Open Gov

A conversation about how open source technologies benefit government, with Michael Walsh (Forum One Communications) and Andrew Hoppin (NY Senate), live from DrupalCon. We discuss how government agencies, including the White House, are…

Gov 2.0 Radio 2017 - Share, Remix, Reuse