On Tuesday March 17th, members of the OpenDS project will be participating to the OpenSSO Community Day, an unconference event for the developers, deployers and users of the OpenSSO project. As mentioned on the event wiki, we plan on leading a discussion on using LDAP and OpenDS as the Identity repository. Look at the list of suggested topics and add your own if you have some in mind.
The OpenSSO Community Day is free and only requires you to sign-up. There are only a few seats left, so you’d better hurry. Sign-up here.
Then on Wednesday March 18th, I will be at CommunityOne East, a free and open developer conference. If you plan to be there and want to talk about OpenDS or LDAP, drop me a note and we’ll figure out a way to meet there. I will definitely be in the “OpenSSO: Enterprise Security” session, from 11:10am to 12:00pm.
And again if you have not registered for CommunityOne East yet, do it now. The main conference is free, space is limited. Register today. http://developers.sun.com/events/communityone/2009/east/