6 & 7
December 2023
Palais des congrès - Paris
Same dates and place as Sido Paris
Meeting with the european open source community

An event proposed by

Systematic (header)

and organized by

Infopro Digital Trade Shows

Meet the first members of the 2022 Program Committee


Discover the first members of the 2022 program committee! Their role is to define the orientation of the conferences’ contents by proposing relevant and impactful themes, topics and interventions. The program committee is also in charge of promoting the conference call to the Open Source ecosystem and evaluating the proposals that will come from it. This year, each of the 5 members presented below will be responsible for a particular theme and for the development of its content.


  Ludovic Duvost – PDG – XWiki

A graduate of Ecole Polytechnique (X90) and Telecom Paris (95), Ludovic Dubost started his career as a software architect for Netscape Communications Europe. He then joined NetValue as CTO, a company doing online usage analysis. He left NetValue after the company was purchased by Nielsen/NetRatings, before creating the XWiki Open Source software and launching XWiki SAS in 2004. Ludovic has been a speaker at various events including OSXP / Paris Open Source Summit, FOSDEM, OW2 Conference, RMLL, Capitole du Libre, speaking about Collaboration Software, Financing FLOSS software and Privacy Solutions. He is also a member of the Systematic Paris Region Open Source Hub committee and the OpenFoodFacts board.



Paula Grzegorzewska

Paula Grzegorzewska is a Strategic Partnerships Director at OFE. She is engaged in topics such as open source, ethical and trustworthy AI and most recently, Open Source Hardware and blockchain. She co-authored the study on the impact of open source for the European Commission where she focused on the analysis of open source policies in Europe. Before, Paula supported women in closing the gender gap in ICT and entrepreneurship with an NGO in Luxembourg.



Richard Hanna – Chargé mission interministérielle Num. écoresponsable – DINUM

Work for the general interest and the environment, for accessible, ethical and sustainable digital technology in awareness of planetary limits. Co-host of techologie.net, the podcast that tries to link technology and ecology when everything opposes them. Carbonalyser volunteer developer for The Shift Project, an open source extension for Firefox and Chrome that estimates the environmental impact of web browsing.



Yann Lechelle – PDG – Scaleway

Managing Director of Scaleway, Yann Lechelle is an entrepreneur and a digital innovator. He participated in the creation, growth or sale of several startups. He was previously COO at Snips, a company specialized in voice assistants AI, until its acquisition by Sonos at the end of 2019. Yann is also a co-founding member of the France Digitale association, a co-founding member and member of the administration committee of the HUB France IA, and a graduate of INSEAD.



Anne-Sophie Taillandier – Directrice de TeraLab – Institut Mines-Télécom

Anne-Sophie Taillandier is at the head of TeraLab at IMT since 2015. She has been appointed to the “Académie des technologies” since 2022. Her objective is to support companies in the adoption of new technologies in data and AI by implementing an ecosystem of researchers, innovative companies and startups and by providing sovereign, neutral and secure technologies. Previously, she had a diverse professional experience in software companies at Dassault Systèmes, CTO of LTU Technologies. Anne-Sophie Taillandier graduated from Supélec (CentraleSupelec) in 1992 and has a PhD in applied mathematics (machine learning) from ENS Paris Saclay in 1998. She has been involved in the creation of Gaia-X, of which IMT is a founding member. She is in charge of the coordination of the Gaia-X Federated Services Development (GXFS) in France. The open source code is at the heart of TeraLab or the GXFS.


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