Sun announced Code For Freedom 2008, an open source code contest opened to any student of an accredited Indian Educational institution.
With this contest Sun intend to involve the large student community to join the open source movement by contributing to the various open source initiatives that Sun espouses.
The various Sun Technologies one can work on are: GlassFish, GridEngine, JavaDB, java.net, Mobile & Embedded, MySQL, NetBeans, OpenDS, Open ESB, OpenJDK, OpenCDS, Open HA, Cluster, OpenOffice.org, OpenSPARC, OpenSSO, OpenSolaris, PostgreSQL, VirtualBox.
The complete details are here.
Have fun !
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Yesterday, OpenSSO Enterprise 8.0 was launched in SecondLife.
In a very well attended session, Daniel Raskins and Jamie Nelson showed how OpenSSO Enterprise 8.0, known in its last release as Sun Access Manager, adds many new features, as well as being the first commercial release from the open source OpenSSO project.
What impress me most with OpenSSO Enterprise is the amount of work that has been put on user experience, simplifying the life of developers, deployers and administrators. With new features such as the embedded OpenDS LDAP server as the configuration store, the Fedlet, the Identity Services or the Java Web Start Installer
Check out a replay of the SecondLife Launch to get a sense of all the cool new features and capabilities.
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