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OSLC Community Survey

OSLC (Open Services for Lifecycle Collaboration) is an open integration framework, allowing software development tools from a variety of vendors to seamlessly operate and integrate, sharing data resources, and providing information to each other.  I follow the OSLC community because it is key to the most robust integrations that involve the Jazz based tools.

I just saw an announcement for the OSLC Community Survey, and thought that I should pass it along.  Submit your feedback and help the OSLC Community grow and strengthen.


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