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  • From: Jonathan Robie <jonathan@texcel.no>
  • To: xml-dev@ic.ac.uk
  • Date: Mon, 29 Mar 1999 08:41:34 -0500

ExoLab is hosting open source software development sessions for Java and
XML technologies. This description arrived in my inbox, and I thought it
might be interesting to some people here.


Sender: root@hermes.oceanet.fr
Date: Mon, 29 Mar 1999 14:26:28 +0200
From: "IsmaŽl Ghalimi" <ghalimi@exoffice.com>
Organization: ExOffice, Inc.
Subject: Java(TM)/XML(TM) Open Source Development Session


We are pleased to announce the ExoLab, first Open Source Development
Session dedicated to Java(TM) & XML (TM) technologies. The ExoLab will
host Open Source software development sessions during periods ranging
from one week to one month. These sessions will be open to consulting
and software companies aiming at collaboratively work on the development
of Open Source software. ExoLab Sessions will help consulting and
software companies to share their knowledge about cutting-edge Open
Source technologies thus allowing powerful technology transfers between
companies having an Open Source business model. The first ExoLab Session
will take place in Nantes (Loire-Atlantique, FRANCE) during May 1999 and
will be mainly targeted at the development of the ExoGen Framework, an
Open Source Java(TM)-based application & document server. More
information about this initiative can be found on the ExoLab Home Page:


The following developers will be present:

* One engineer from Lutris Technologies

* Two engineers from SMB, the author of the Open Source Ozone OODBMS

* The author of SPFC

* The author of OpenXML

* Three core developers from the Java Apache Project

* The author of XSL:P

* The architect of ejboss

All the developments done during these sessions will be licensed under
the LGPL, the ALL, or a BSD-like license. It will allow the integration
of these developments into commercial binaries without having to
redistribute under any Open source license any modification done on it.

Please contact me at ghalimi@exoffice.com for more information.

Best regards

IsmaŽl Ghalimi, CEO
ExOffice, Inc.

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