It’s been a while since the 0.1 build of OpenDS was made available.
We’ve been doing so many improvements in the code that we jump to a 0.8 as we’re definitely aiming for a 1.0 release by the end of the year.
I can only encourage you to try it. It’s simple, it’s fast, it’s just a click away.
For the complete details of all the new features of build 0.8, read Neil’s post on the subject.
It was a busy day yesterday for the first CommunityOne.
The OpenDS, OpenSSO, OpenID booth drew lot of attention yesterday, with demos of an OpenID identity provider, an Atom Publishing Protocol server both leveraging OpenDS for storage, retrieval and authentication of users and blog posts.
We will be running the same demos every day of JavaOne in the Community Corner.
We also had a little bit of presence on stage as I did a presentation introducing OpenDS and Cool Stuff during the last session of the Glassfish track.
Staring on our booth yesterday:
Today is the real start of JavaOne with its set of announcements…