July 2011 Newsletter[OW2 Newsletter - August 2011 - From the OW2 Management Office]
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>New ProjectsAt the time of writing, three submitted projects are currently being discussed by the Technology Council and will be announced in the September newsletter.
OSCONIt was great to be at OSCON again; intense discussions on open source cloud computing around the CompatibleOne poster. See the pictures. .
OW2 Programming ContestThere are now 17 teams registered to take part in the 2011 OW2 programming contest. Contestants are now busy working on their projects. .
Open Source Week in BeijingAt OSCON, we announced our event Beijing Open Source Week, October 10-17, 2011. Please check out the agenda and press release .
OW2conAt OSCON, we also announced 2001, the third edition of the OW2 annual conference. Please check out the .
OW2 SQuAT programme updateAfter completing the FOSSology license analysis software on mature OW2 projects, we are now running pilots on Antelink Release Cooker and QualiPSo Open Maturity Model.
OW2 Management OfficeRecruitment opportunity. The OW2 Management Office is now actively seeking an experienced administrative assistant. .
Open World ForumSave the date: September 22-24, 2011. Check out the Community Summit lead by OW2. Details .
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