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.
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.
Systems engineers don't always meet in New Jersey, but when they do, they talk OSLC.
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.
Learn how to save time and money when integrating applications with OSLC and data federation on 01 Aug 2013 at 11am EDST.
One more on 27 June: Addressing Integration Challenges in the cloud.
Two presentations coming up soon: a discussion of using OSLC for requirements management and testing, and our Steering Committee kicks off our participation at OASIS.
Please join us on Wednesday, June 19 at 11am Eastern (8am Pacific / 4pm GMT / 5pm CET) for a presentation by Mats Berglund of Ericsson called “Should I Link, or Should I Sync?”.
If you’re going to the IBM Pulse conference, you’ll certainly be hearing about OSLC.
Our latest presentation, an update from the Steering Committee, will be on 20 February at 11am eastern.
A recording is now available for the December 17 webcast: W3C Linked Data Platform and OSLC V3.
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.
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.
Please join us for a presentation about Perl Modules for Eclipse Lyo.
I've posted the video to Tuesday's presentation about ALM-PLM interoperability on YouTube.
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).
Here's a list of the ongoing changes to this community and this site.
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!
We've got a new webcast about ALM-PLM interoperability with General Motors on September 18. Sign up!
I've posted the video for our presentation about the connector SAP Solution Manager and IBM CLM.
Please join us on August 17 at 11AM Eastern for an update on the changes to the governance model for our community.
Please join us on August 21 at 11AM Eastern for our latest presentation, "OSLC access and debugging using your browser".
Please join us on July 24 at noon Eastern for the latest in the OSLC Community Webcast series, entitled “SAP Connector: Join SAP Solution Manager and IBM CLM using OSLC”.
The video for today’s presentation “Any Record, Any Where, Any Time: OSLC-enabled Applications System Development” is now available on YouTube.
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.
Please join us on June 26 at 11am Eastern for the latest in the OSLC Community Webcast series, entitled “Any Record, Any Where, Any Time: OSLC-enabled Applications System Development”.
We want to improve how this community is governed at a high level.
There are two great OSLC sessions at Siemens PLM Connection 2012 - don't miss out!
The video for the presentation about Kovair’s experiences in creating OSLC-based integrations is now available on Kovair’s site.
Join us on May 8 at 11am Eastern for the latest in the OSLC Community Webcast series, entitled “OSLC Governance Updates”
A paper by Arnaud Le Hors, Martin Nally, and Steve Speicher about a Basic Profile for Linked Data was presented at the Linked Data on the Web 2012 workshop.
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 April 20 at 11am Eastern for the seventh in the OSLC Community Webcast series.
The video is now available for the webcast "Announcing the Rational OSLC Adapter for Atlassian JIRA".
Join us on March 22 at 11am Eastern for the sixth in the OSLC Community Webcast series, “Highlights of Eclipse Lyo Milestone 1”.
Due to some technical issues, we unfortunately could not record the webcast “Using OSLC in the context of Strategic Planning for IT”. In its place we’re posting some notes from the presentation.
The recording for the presentation “Introduction to and demonstration of W3C Community Groups tools” is now available on YouTube.
Join us on March 1 at 11am Eastern for the fifth in the OSLC Community Webcast series, entitled "Announcing the Rational OSLC Adapter for Atlassian JIRA".
The recording of Robert Elves’ presentation “Making ALM work across multi-vendor and open source solutions with OSLC” is now available.
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.
The Communications workgroup is organizing a series of online presentations about OSLC, and you can sign up to be notified about them as they come together.
Rational User Groups has possted two free webcasts featuring members of the OSLC community. First, Andy Gurd presents “What is OSLC and why should you care about it?”. Second, Steve Speicher present “Fostering innovation and efficiency through collaborative change management”.