This page contains information on how OW2 manages projects. Please read until the end.
In 2008, the OW2 community launched a long-term effort to develop seamless interoperability between the different software components which comprise its code base. This long-term, bottom-up, peer-to-peer (and on-and-off!) endeavour strives to enhance technical relationship between projects. Some projects with natural complementarities will group together to create what we call interoperability clusters. These clusters will then connect to form a comprehensive range; hence the name of the program.
In 2011, this effort will be resumed based on selected pivotal projects. Stay tuned.
Many OW2 projects already come as ready-to-use packages. They are provided as complete archives which only require downloading and installation in order to be used.
You can access the OW2 code base organized in several functional categories here.
Other OW2 projects are not listed here because no stable version is packaged so far. To download them, you need to use the Forge. As developments move forward, more projects will be made available for downloading, so this list is going to expand. Stay tuned and come back to check for new packages.
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