OW2 on Social Media and Collaboration Tools


Twitter is a great way to keep up with all that's going on in the OW2 community in real-time.

Discover information on upcoming events, new project features, and the issues that OW2 members feel are important and relevant for the community to follow.

We use the #ow2 hashtag for OW2 related posts as well as manage a dedicated account for primary alerts & updates from the management office. 

Re-tweeting policy: OW2 will be happy to retweet its members tweets as long as we are technically able to attach the #ow2 hashtag; this means the original tweet must already point to either an OW2 website page or a page that clearly highlights OW2.

For a preview of what's going on take a look at our Twitter bar at the bottom of this page.
It goes without saying that we are a community - you are welcome to make use of these networks to reach out to OW2 project teams and engage with OW2 members.

OW2 Social Network Policy: social networks are great tools to help foster communities. However, they also have their inherent risks. Please see our social network policy.

If you'd like to collaborate with us directly we already use XWiki, Sympa mailing lists, and several Instant Messaging systems to comply with multiple workgroups. For more information please get in touch via email.


OW2 has an organisation profile at LinkedIn, feel free to follow us and keep your finger on the pulse of OW2.


OW2 RSS feeds allow you to grab several of our web contents in order to read them in your feed aggregator, at your own pace.