Session: Open Source Software Policy Issues for High Performance Computing
  Title: Open Source Software Policy Issues for High Performance Computing
  Chair: Rod Oldehoeft (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
  Time: Friday, November 21, 10:30AM - 12:00PM
  Rm #: 40-41
  Speaker(s)/Author(s):  
  Chair: Rod Oldehoeft (Los Alamos National Laboratory); Panelists: Paul Gottlieb (DOE), Terry Bollinger (MITRE), Tony Stanco (The Center of Open Source and Government), Tim Witham (Open Source Development Lab), Dennis Gannon (Indiana University), Todd Needham (Microsoft Research)
   
  Description:
  Each of the panelists has experience with open-source software, as a government or industrial policy-m,aker, or as an implementor, distributor, or consumer of open-source software products. Panelists will summarize their experiences, and address issues of how open-source software can best be harnessed to advance high-performance computing. The collective experience of panelists will be valuable to those in industry and government as they formulate policies about open-source software for their organizations.
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