You'll now find our guide “Get started with developing OSLC applications” at its new home at Github.
We're pleased to announce an upcoming presentation with the latest updates about OASIS, ALM Forum, and PROMCODE on Wednesday, February 19 at 9 AM Eastern.
The first OSLC Connect event, an event for community members to brag and try to boost membership in the community too, will be held at the ALM Forum in Seattle, April 1-3, 2014. To make OSLC Connect a success, the OSLC community needs to submit high quality session proposals, and, now, there’s a web form for that.
OSLC Connect, an event first discussed by the OSLC User Group for Communications and recently approved as as a partnership event by the OSLC Steering Committee, will happen for the first time at the ALM Forum in Seattle April 1-3, 2014. Call for presentations is open, and we encourage the OSLC community to submit across all four tracks.
Then you won’t want to let the registration deadline (November 8) for the 2nd European Conference on Interoperability for Embedded Systems Development Environments pass you by.
(Oh, one more thing, if you’re looking for an intro to linked data and OSLC, you shouldn’t miss the “Facilitating Collaboration and Interaction across the Enterprise with OSLC” hands-on workshop on November 20.)
The first OSLC Member Section affiliated OASIS Technical Committee is to have its first meeting on November 12. Join it by November 5 to be eligible to vote in that meeting.
Systems engineers don't always meet in New Jersey, but when they do, they talk OSLC.
The first iteration of a developer's page on open-services.net is up. It's a great place to start for those looking to create an OSLC-based integration, and even for those who already have. Check it out and let us know what you think.