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Make a date to attend the first OW2 Annual Conference!

annual-conference-blanc-small.png OW2 Annual Conference - April 1-2, 2009, in Paris, in conjunction with the Solutions Linux event. The final programme is on this page. Save the date!
Attendance to the conference sessions is entirely free but we still need you to register here.

Election of the Board of Directors- The elections for Corporate Members Individual Members representatives are now open. Please see this page for a reminder of the process.

OW2 Quarterly Meeting- The next Quarterly Meeting will take place in Paris on March 30-31, 2009. Details posted here.


Explore the OW2 code base of open source middleware solutions and platforms:


Are you ready to use open source middleware for your IT infrastructures and solutions?


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Joining the OW2 Consortium

The OW2 Consortium is an open source community committed to making available to everyone the best and most reliable middleware technology. OW2 mission is to develop open source code middleware and to foster a vibrant community and business ecosystem.

The OW2 Consortium was initiated on January 1, 2007 through the merger of ObjectWeb and Orientware, two leading open source middleware communities of renown industry players, innovative start-ups, prominent academic organizations and individuals from across the world.

As an organization or an individual, you must first download and read the Bylaws and the Intellectual Property Rights from the Legal Resources page.

Then, go to the Online Registration page, complete the form and send your filled Membership Agreement to he address shown on the document. Former ObjectWeb and Orientware members should note that membership is not automatically transferred from either ObjectWeb or Orientware to OW2.

Created by Administrator on 2006/12/13 11:02

Join OW2

Join industry leaders, academics and individuals and help shape the future of middleware
  • Clément Oudot & David Coutadeur, Linagora

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