The OpenSSO and OpenDS communities will be gathering twice in the coming months.
In an “unconference” format, join us for a day or half-day of discussions and presentations with users, deployers and developers of our identity related open source projects.
May 5, 2009 in Munich.
This second OpenSSO Community Day will take place at the Deutschen Museum, München (Munich), Germany, kindly hosted by the European Identity Conference 2009.
If you haven’t done so, it is still time to register, but hurry up, there are few remaining seats.
And suggest your ideas, proposals for presentations on the OpenSSO Community Wiki page.
Note that OpenSSO Community Day attendees are eligible for a 20% discount on registration for the European Identity Conference. Quote discount code OPENSSO when registering.
May 31, 2009 in San Francisco, just before CommunityOne and JavaOne.
The third OpenSSO Community Day will be at the Moscone Center, San Francisco, CA, immediately before the CommunityOne West and JavaOne conferences.
Still in an ‘unconference’ format, the agenda includes all of Sun’s open source identity projects: OpenDS, OpenSSO and Identity Connectors. Suggest your ideas, proposal for presentations at http://wikis.sun.com/display/OpenSSO/OpenSSO+Community+Day+-+San+Francisco+-+May+31+2009.
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