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Open Object Directory Services (OODS) Meeting Agenda for 11.20.2000

Nov 20, 2000, 00:58 (0 Talkback[s])
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This week we will continue the discussion on why ontologies in a separate space are useful for the components as well as the core Directory Logic.

The Open Object Directory Services (OODS) project aims to make full-fledged open source object-based directory services into reality. The project is a result of over a year of development time invested in the Linux Knowledge Base Project (LKB) in which pseudo directory services were attempted using PHP and MySQL. It became apparent over time that the desired functionality simply could not be achieved using the technology chosen at the time the project was born. Although OODS is being spearheaded by members of the LKB team, it is a very different project entirely and we welcome anyone wishing to support an open source directory service initiative.

The meeting is schedule:
Day of week : Monday
Time of day : 7:30 PM EST
Server : cran.seul.org
Port : 7776
Channel : #oods

Additional information can be found at the OODS Website.