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  Open Applications Group - News
Other Open Applications Group projects underway include the development of specifications for the integration of enterprise systems with other applications outside the enterprise, and for the integration of specialized applications and enterprise business applications within the enterprise.
The Open Applications Group, Inc. is a non-profit consortium of enterprise application software developers, formed in February 1995 to create common standards and to integrate business applications.
Open Applications Group standards are complementary to interoperability work currently underway by other standards organizations such as the Object Management Group (OMG) and X/Open.
www.openapplications.org /news/pr-info/950912.htm   (490 words)

  
 Inside The Open Group
The open systems world is made even more political by the number of companies and organizations competing to put forward their solutions or standards.
Now more open systems customers must participate in these relatively low-cost programs and "put their money where their mouth is when it's time to make purchases," says Brown.
The OGCC intends to reach out--to other industry groups, to other vendors and to more enterprises, both large and small--to foster greater cooperation and collaboration among all the players in the open systems marketplace.
www.uniforum.org /news/html/publications/ufm/may96/opengroup.html   (747 words)

  
 open.itworld.com - Open Group urges developer independence
Open standards and interoperability consortium The Open Group is calling on software developers and the IT industry at large to declare their independence from proprietary technology, in what the group is touting as a virtual call to arms against closed standards.
While the debate surrounding the development of proprietary and open standards has raged for some time, IBM and The Open Group say that this campaign is particularly important because it seeks to facilitate multivendor integration through open standards at a time when most IT environments are heterogenous.
IBM officials characterized The Open Group initiative as a public stance in favor of open technologies and against proprietary lock-in, casting Microsoft Corp. as a vendor with a lock-in strategy.
open.itworld.com /4907/040720ogind/page_1.html   (644 words)

  
 Open Group goes open source | CNET News.com
The group, goaded by open-source advocates and those within its own ranks, is looking to improve its street cred in the world of open source and open standards.
The Open Group, goaded by open-source advocates and from within its ranks, has begun a drive to improve its street cred in the world of open source and open standards.
Those frosty relations are the result of the Open Group's management of Motif, which stayed proprietary for so long, according to Perens, that it spurred the creation of GNOME (GNU Object Model Environment) and KDE (the K Desktop Environment), alternate open-source systems with graphical interfaces for use with Unix and its popular open-source variant, Linux.
news.com.com /2100-1013_3-5056121.html   (638 words)

  
 The Open Group - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Open Group is most famous as the certifying body for the UNIX trademark, in the past the group was bestknown for its publication of the Single UNIX Specification paper, which extends the POSIX standards and is the official definition of UNIX.
The Open Group provides a platform for its members to discuss their requirements, and work jointly on development and adoption of industry standards, to facilitate enterprise integration.
The Open Group was formed from a merger of the Open Software Foundation (OSF) and X/Open, essentially US and European versions of standards bodies that hoped to create a reasonable commercial response to UNIX System V, then under development by ATandT and Sun Microsystems.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Open_Group   (612 words)

  
 Cover Pages: Open Applications Group
The Open Applications Group, Inc. "is a nonprofit consortium of enterprise application software developers, formed in February 1995 to create common standards for the integration of enterprise business applications.
Open Applications Group specifications are complementary to interoperability work currently underway by other standards organizations such as Object Management Group (OMG), the Open Group, and ebXML.
The Open Applications Group is releasing an XML Schema version of OAGIS that utilizes a minimum number of the ambiguous areas of the XML Schema specification.
www.oasis-open.org /cover/oag.html   (11406 words)

  
 About The Open Group: Boundaryless Information Flow through interoperability
The Open Group is a vendor- and technology-neutral consortium, whose vision of Boundaryless Information Flow™ will enable access to integrated information within and between enterprises based on open standards and global interoperability.
The Open Group's Governing Board consists of Representatives of Platinum Members, Elected Representatives, and the President and CEO of The Open Group.
The Open Group set up a new UDEF Forum, which aims to establish the Universal Data Element Framework (UDEF) as the universally-used classification system for data element concepts.
www.opengroup.org /overview/index.htm   (539 words)

  
 Open Rights Group - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Open Rights Group (ORG) is a UK-based organisation that hopes to preserve digital rights and freedoms by serving as a hub for other cyber-rights groups campaigning on similar digital rights issues.
The organisation was started by Danny O'Brien, Cory Doctorow, Ian Brown, Rufus Pollock, James Cronin, Stefan Magdalinski and Suw Charman after a panel discussion at UKUUG and the BBC's Open Tech 2005 [1] illustrated that there was both interest and support for a UK-based digital rights organisation.
The group made a submission to the All Party Internet Group (APIG) inquiry[6] into Digital rights management and also a submission to the Gowers Review[7] into intellectual property.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Open_Rights_Group   (361 words)

  
 Open Creative Group Honored with 13 Creative Awards   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
B&A Warehouse, Birmingham, AL, January 28, 2006—Open Creative Group was honored for creative excellence at the Birmingham Advertising Federation ADDY Awards.
The advertising group received a total of seven awards, including three of only thirty-one coveted Gold ADDY Awards.
Open Creative Group is an innovative “anti-agency” concept which utilizes premium creative talent from around the nation to produce high-quality work for clients who prefer not to deal with the expense and waste often associated with traditional advertising agencies.
www.opencreativegroup.com   (272 words)

  
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The Open Group is the owner of the UNIX trademark which it holds on behalf of the industry.
Both the specification and the UNIX trade mark are managed and held in trust for the industry by The Open Group.
In short, use the ® symbol on the trademark, use the ownership acknowledgement 'UNIX is a registered trademark of The Open Group in the United States and other countries.' in all printed materials, get it on your web site, and educate your colleagues and friends to do the same.
www.unix.org /backgrounder.html   (906 words)

  
 The Open Group: Government Programs
The Open Group provides program management and consortia management services to government agencies, their suppliers, and integrators, assisting them to meet their business or mission needs based on the use of open systems components or practices.
The Open Group is aggressively supporting the development of open standards for portability and interoperability in critical applications.
The Open Group has a long track record and extensive experience in developing and operating certification programs that provide assurance of compliance with standards, show vendors’ commitment to their products, and allow buyers to procure with confidence.
www.db.opengroup.org /RI   (705 words)

  
 Wikinfo | The Open Group
The Open Group is a industry consortium sponsored by IBM, Sun Microsystems, Hitachi, Hewlett-Packard and Fujitsu for forming de facto-standards in the field of software engineering, in particular APIs.
The group is most known for their publication of the Single UNIX Specification paper, which (in the eyes of many OS developers) is quickly superseding the POSIX standards.
For a time, The Open Group maintained and developed the X Window System.
www.wikinfo.org /wiki.php?title=The_Open_Group   (253 words)

  
 Open Group (Linktionary term)
The Open Group is an international consortium of vendors, government agencies, and educational institutions that develops standards for open systems.
It was formed in 1996 as the holding company for OSF (Open Software Foundation) and X/Open Company, Ltd. Under the Open Group umbrella, the two organizations work together to deliver technology innovations and widespread adoption of open systems specifications.
TOGAF (The Open Group Architectural Framework) is an architectural framework that provides a tool for developing a broad range of different IT architectures.
www.linktionary.com /o/opengroup.html   (270 words)

  
 Open Group...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Opens a measurement, text or plot file in new measurement group window.
Open GroupÂ… will open a new window using the settings in the current plot window while Insert in Active GroupÂ… will insert the data in the active plot.
Plot chart file type (*.tee) may only be selected from Open Group...
www.winmls.com /hjelpfiler/opengroup1.htm   (69 words)

  
 The Open Group Conference, April 2002
This major Open Group Initiative arose when meetings with CIOs of major companies concluded that there is a common concern about the need to provide integrated information to an increasingly flexible and mobile workforce.
A common theme of the week's activities was the extent to which the Forums within The Open Group are working together - an approach which means that the work of The Open Group as a whole is much greater than the sum of its various parts.
The second half of the week consisted of a meeting of the Joint Open Group/DMTF Application Management Working Group, at which significant progress was made in the development of the CIM Applications Schema.
archive.opengroup.org /public/member/q202/documentation   (1716 words)

  
 SPEC Open System Group
The OSG is governed by the policies and principles described in the SPEC Open Systems Group Policies and Procedures Document.
The Open Systems Steering Committee (OSSC) provides oversight and management for a number of technical subcommittees that investigate and develop the benchmarks, metrics, run and reporting rules, and so on.
This is the group responsible for the processor metrics SPECint2006 and SPECfp2006 (and their predecessors in 2000, 1995, 1992 and the original SPECmarks from 1989).
www.spec.org /osg   (737 words)

  
 Open Rights Group
Doing this was inevitable, but what was not inevitable was that the library was going to be open, because they only narrowly avoided a monopolistic source for this data which would have required a hefty fee to access this information.
The problem with the Charter is that the devil is in the details, and the wording is in some cases so banal as to be open to interpretations that, I think, would go against the spirit of the document and the intentions its writers harboured during its genesis.
Prove me wrong, and be the first time in 50 years where extension has not occurred, but at least let's open up a space to do it in a way that's not so totally destructive to the opportunities that the creative community provides.
org.suw.org.uk   (8045 words)

  
 Linux PR: IEEE and The Open Group Okay 'Linux Man Pages Project' to Incorporate Material from the POSIX(R) Standard
The IEEE and The Open Group have granted permission to the Linux Manual Pages Project to incorporate material from the joint IEEE 1003.1 POSIX(R) standard and The Open Group Base Specifications Issue 6 document.
PISCATAWAY, NJ and SAN FRANCISCO, CA, 21 January 2004 The IEEE and The Open Group have granted permission to the Linux Manual Pages Project to incorporate material from the joint IEEE 1003.1 POSIX(R) standard and The Open Group Base Specifications Issue 6 document.
IEEE and The Open Group have granted permissions for reuse of material in the Linux 'man pages' project (see: ftp://ftp.win.tue.nl/pub/linux-local/manpages) covering over 1400 interfaces from the standard including the headers, system interfaces and utilities.
linuxpr.com /releases/6599.html   (761 words)

  
 Open Group   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Opens a previously created group and displays it on your screen.
Allows you to leave off exactly where you were when you created the group.
Currently Available Groups - These are the groups you have already created.
www.tbsp.com /public/TAWHELP/tawOpen_Group.html   (82 words)

  
 OpenPegasus
The project is operated under the auspices of The OpenGroup however, use of the code or contribution to the project is not limited to members of The Open Group.
Some benefits will accrue to members of the project who are also members of The Open Group since the standardization pf interfaces for Pegasus will be done through The Open Group's Enterprise Management Forum.
Pegasus is an open source project of The Open Group.
www.openpegasus.org   (316 words)

  
 TETworks: Home page for TETware
For organizations that are developing software and need to thoroughly test their products across multiple operating systems, the Test Environment Toolkit is a Test Execution Management System that takes care of the administration, reporting, and sequencing of the tests providing a single common user interface for all of the tests that you develop (more.
The Open Group makes the full product documentation freely available from here.
The Open Group sponsors the TET Workshop, the body that created the original specification for the Test Environment Toolkit.
tetworks.opengroup.org   (198 words)

  
 OpenClusterGroup.org
The Open Cluster Group is an informal group of people dedicated to making cluster-computing practical for high performance computing.
Anything contributed to the group must be freely distributable - preferably as source code under a well-known open source license
Membership is open to anyone who shares these principles and anyone who agrees to work with us in a sprit of open cooperation.
www.openclustergroup.org   (140 words)

  
 The Open Rights Group
This question of term extension, along with many others, is now being considered by Andrew Gowers in his Review of Intellectual Property which was commissioned by the Treasury and is due to report before the end of the year.
The Open Rights Group believes that term extension is such an important issue that it deserves focused and rigourous discussion, so we’ve invited people from number of backgrounds to give us their thoughts and opinions.
The Open Rights Group is a new and fast-growing NGO focused on raising awareness of issues such as privacy, identity, data protection, access to knowledge and copyright reform.
www.openrightsgroup.org   (5011 words)

  
 Open Media Group - News @ Home
Anselm Hook and Lucy Boyd-Wilson will be demoing at the first annual CESA Developer's Conference September 16-17, 1999 at Makuhari Messe (Nippon Convention Center / International Conference Hall) and the Sony Devcon Middleware Show (Tokyo, September 20-22), and attending the Tokyo Game Show (September 17-19).
Andy will stay through until September 30, and is happy to make the time to meet with any interested open source or Java developers while in Japan.
Java3D has added the Open Media Group to their "Customer Success Stories".
www.openmediagroup.com   (711 words)

  
 WAP Certification
The Open Group provides testing and certification services for the WAP specifications published by the Open Mobile Alliance™.
The Open Group has long experience in running certification programs for various technologies.
TM: Open Mobile Alliance is a worldwide trademark of Open Mobile Alliance Ltd. The Open Group is independent of Open Mobile Alliance Ltd.
www.opengroup.org /wap/cert   (202 words)

  
 Roadmap for Open ICT Ecosystems - Home   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
The Roadmap for Open ICT Ecosystems: a user-friendly guide for policymakers and technologists offerings tools for understanding, creating, and sustaining open information and communication technologies ecosystems.
Policymakers, managers, technology architects and other stakeholders from industry and civil society seeking a user-friendly tool for understanding what open ICT (Information and Communication Technologies) ecosystems are, why they are embraced and how to evolve them.
Read the Roadmap to learn what open ICT ecosystems are, and why they are increasingly important in an on-demand, information-driven world.
cyber.law.harvard.edu /epolicy   (273 words)

  
 Open Source Initiative OSI - The Open Group Test Suite License:Licensing
Open Source Initiative OSI - The Open Group Test Suite License:Licensing
The contents of this website are licensed under the Open Software License 2.1 or Academic Free License 2.1
Donating to OSI is one way to show your support.
www.opensource.org /licenses/opengroup.html   (814 words)

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