Wednesday, November 19, 20032. Venue:
"Magnolia Hall", 2nd Floor, Tokyo Prince Hotel3. Application Form "Registration Form"(on the Web)
3-1, Shibakoen 3-chome, Minato-ku, Tokyo 105-8560, Japan
Phone: 81-3-3432-1111 Facsimile: 81-3-3432-5551
How to register:
Please fill in the "Registration Form"(on the Web) and send a copy of receipt for the fee remittance to SOFTIC by facsimile.The charge for remitting the fee and any other bank charge shall be borne by the participant. Please make the remittance through a bank to thefollowing account:
Bank: Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation
Your registration is completed when SOFTIC receives the on-line registration and the facsimile copy of receipt for the fee remittance and the payment of registration fee is confirmed.
When your registration is completed, SOFTIC will send you the Confirmation Letter by e-mail. Please be sure to bring the Confirmation Letter and show it at the Registration Desk.
Please note that the registration fee is non-refundable.If
the registered participant is unable to attend, a substitute is allowed to participate
in the symposium.
Katsuro Yamaji, Executive Director, SOFTIC
Prof. Toyohiro Nomura, Professor, Gakushuin University
- Open Source Software and the TRON Project
Prof. Hiroaki Takada, Professor, Nagoya University
|9:50||1. Lectures: Open Source Software in Business
1) From the Viewpoint of an Application Developer
Tadayoshi Ohkuma, President, Omoikane, Inc.
|10:30 - 10:50 Break|
|2) From the Viewpoint of a Linux Distributor
Jason B. Wacha,
Vice President Corporate Affairs, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary, MontaVista Software, Inc.
|3) From the Viewpoint of a Proprietary Software Vendor
Susumu Furukawa, Vice President, Microsoft Corp.
|13:40||2. Panel Discussion: Legal Issues of the GPL
Moderator:1) Introduction to the GPL and its Legal Problems
Hisamichi Okamura, Attorney at Law
|14:10||2) Contract Issues and Applicable Law/Jurisdiction Issues
|15:40||3) Coverage of The GPL
Technological Introduction -Static/Dynamic Link, Library and Drivers, etc.
Prof. Tatsuo Nakajima, Waseda University
- Derivative Works Issues
|17:30||End of session|