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.
Consider expanding your horizons at a number of different conferences that feature some OSLC content.
With the smell of Fall in the air and the kids back at school, at least in Toronto, there's a sense of new beginnings. For OSLC this means creating the OSLC Core TC at OASIS, new work for the Communications and Mobility User Groups, presentations by community leaders at industry events, and interesting developer discussions.
If you're going to be at the Innovate 2013 conference, you'll be hearing about OSLC.
On May 1 the OASIS Board unanimously accepted the mission to see OSLC specifications standardized at OASIS. This mission will be carried out by a new OSLC Member Section at OASIS that includes 22 organizations as founders.
There are more than enough hurdles to achieving enterprise mobility … What if integration came standard?
A brief trip report from the EclipseCon 2013 conference held in Boston March 25th-28th, 2013.
EclipseCon 2013 is right around the corner (March 26-28) in Boston, MA. In attendance will be Eclipse Lyo project leads and committers Michael Fiedler and Steve Speicher (we also do some OSLC specification writing). Be sure to track us down to discuss all things integrations.
If you’re going to the IBM Pulse conference, you’ll certainly be hearing about OSLC.
I’ve posted an updated version of our “Integrating Products with OSLC” tutorial.
We're pleased to announce the availability of the OSLC4Net project, a toolkit to help you develop OSLC applications for .NET environments.
The call for speakers for the IBM Innovate 2013 conference closes on 14 January 2013.
A recording is now available for the December 17 webcast: W3C Linked Data Platform and OSLC V3.
The OSLC Steering Committee has voted to pursue a proposal to transition specification development to OASIS.
The call for papers for Innovate 2013 is open. Let’s once again make OSLC the toast of Orlando.
The latest presentation, “W3C Linked Data Platform and OSLC V3”, is coming up Monday, 17 December at noon EST.
Have you submitted your OSLC and Eclipse Lyo proposals for EclipseCon 2013?
The video for this week's presentation about Eclipse Lyo 1.0 is available on YouTube.
I've posted the videos for last week's presentation about the Perl modules in Eclipse Lyo to YouTube.
Apologies for the pun, but it was too much fun. And the bad rhyme. Really, this blog is worth your time. Oh, sorry again … Truly, you don’t want to miss this great interview.
What resources would you recommend for end-users wanting to integrate a homegrown tool with an OSLC-enabled COTS tool?
Join us on Wednesday, October 31 at 11AM Eastern (8am Pacific / 3pm GMT / 4pm CET) for the latest in the OSLC Community Webcast series, “One Month of Eclipse Lyo 1.0”. Register in advance here.
Mike Loeffler of General Motors provides answers questions about the IBM Rational Team Concert – Siemens Teamcenter integration presented as an OSLC webcast on September 18.
We are *so* excited about the Eclipse Lyo 1.0 Official Release; we made a podcast!
Please join us for a presentation about Perl Modules for Eclipse Lyo.
There has been a lot of interest in Eclipse Lyo and the upcoming 1.0 official release. Don’t miss the chance to see how GM built a Proof of Concept (PoC) integration between IBM CLM and Siemens Teamcenter based on Lyo’s Reference Implementations for OSLC (RIOs).
Eclipse Lyo contributors and committers are busy pulling together the final touches on the 1.0 upcoming release!
We've been able to cut the recording into smaller parts and create a youtube playlist.
By popular demand, the recording of this webcast has been made available ASAP!
Please join us on August 21 at 11AM Eastern for our latest presentation, "OSLC access and debugging using your browser".
The OSLC Steering Committee had its first meeting on June 3rd, the minutes of that meeting are now available. If you have feedback, post it on the Forums.
The IBM Innovate 2012 conference was a great capstone event for OSLC, and everything OSLC-related. It was a chance to celebrate all the hard work completed in the first half of 2012 and get energized to deliver what's next.
The new OSLC software page makes it easier to find what products can be integrated using OSLC; it makes it easier to see the value you can derive from OSLC today, and the opportunities to capture value in the future.
OSLC was mentioned in a several presentations at the ARTEMIS Technology Conference, the CESAR project has put together a good resource page.
The video for the presentation about Eclipse Lyo M1 is now available.
Join us on March 22 at 11am Eastern for the sixth in the OSLC Community Webcast series, “Highlights of Eclipse Lyo Milestone 1”.
Ian Skerrett has posted an article on his blog about integrating lifecycle tools with OSLC and Eclipse Lyo.
We’re pleased to announce the first in a series of OSLC community webcasts, titled “Making ALM work across multi-vendor and open source solutions with OSLC” from Robert Elves of Tasktop.