OSLC news for the ALM Forum onsite newsletter for April 1 - no joke!
Two new OSLC Technical Committees, both addressing critical themes for today's delivery organizations, but from very different perspectives, have their first meetings.
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 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.
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.
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?”.
Someone suggested I should write a blog about the Open Lifecycle Summit … I made a selection of my “live tweets” and call it a “blog”.
With the creation of the OSLC Member Section at OASIS, we’re a little bit closer to that question being answered.
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.
A brief trip report from the EclipseCon 2013 conference held in Boston March 25th-28th, 2013.
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.
There's a short new video that explains how OSLC-enabled software can help you manage complex projects.
Review W3C Linked Data Platform WG meetings in Lyon, France in November 2012.
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.
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.
I’ve posted a video playlist if you want to learn more about the semantic web, linked data, and RDF.
We've posted a new version of our “Getting started on implementing OSLC” video with better graphics.
Need a quick overview of linked data and OSLC? We've got an 8-minute video that'll do nicely.
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.
The Core concepts of OSLC are just a little bit closer to standardization.
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!
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!
Please join us on August 17 at 11AM Eastern for an update on the changes to the governance model for our community.
I've posted revised drafts of the IP Policy and Workgroup Participation Agreement; I've also made a minor change to the site bylaws.
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 W3C Linked Data Platform Working Group kicks off on June 18th!
We want to improve how this community is governed at a high level.
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.
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.
In a video on YouTube, watch Steve Speicher of IBM walk you through the planning and tasks to integrate two change management applications.
We’re looking for your input in changing the “S” in OSLC from Services to Specifications.
We are happy to announce the second in the OSLC Community Webcast series, entitled “Systems Engineering Tools Integration and Interoperability using OSLC in the SPRINT project” on February 2 at 11am Eastern (8am Pacific / 4pm GMT / 5pm CET).
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.
developerWorks has published an article by Steve Speicher and Martin Nally that proposes a Basic Profile for Linked Data.
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”.