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OSEE News and Events

2009/03/10 Birds of Feather (BOF) accepted for EclipseCon 2009
2009/02/11 OSEE integrates with GEF
OSEE ATS develops and deploys Graphical Workflow Configuration editor
OSEE starts development on Graphical Artifact Types editor
OSEE starts development on Graphical Branch editor
2009/01/22 OSEE integrates BIRT for charts and graphs
2009/01/15 OSEE XViewer submitted to
2008/12/16 Tutorial accepted for EclipseCon 2009
Much interest has been shown for learning how to configure and deploy OSEE. Our tutorial addressing just this topic has been accepted for EclipseCon 2009. Come join us to learn how to make OSEE work for your problem space.
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2008/12/16 Talks accepted for EclipseCon 2009
2008/11/28 Talks submitted for EclipseCon 2009
2008/11/19 Eclipse Summit Birds of Feather (BOF) session at 19:30 CET
2008/11/19 OSEE talk is presented at Eclipse Summit Europe
2008/09/24 OSEE 0.4.0 was released
2008/04/10 2008, April 10 - OSEE holds first Architecture deep-dive.
2008/03/26 MicroDoc agrees to host server for OSEE demo.
2008/03/24 Eclipse ORMF Project joins OSEE as a component.
2008/02/01 2008, Feb - EclipseCon Birds of Feather (BOF) session for OSEE Accepted
2007/12/17 Talks accepted for EclipseCon 2008
2007/12/10 Demo Screencasts Available
The Eclipse OSEE Project released demonstration screencasts to showcase the capabilities of OSEE. These can be viewed separately or used as a tutorial along side the OSEE Demo Installation. Contact Don Dunne for details.
2007/12/08 OSEE source code committed to Eclipse
The OSEE Project released its first set of source code to the Eclipse SVN repository. Screencasts will be provided as well as a demo installation within the week.
2007/12/19 Proposed Talks for EclipseCon 2008
2007/05/08 2007, Nov 8 - Delivered OSEE with database to US Army
2007/08/10 2007, Aug 10 - Incubation Phase (conforming)
2007/07/10 Project Proposal Phase Approved
2007/03/05 Exploration of OSEE becoming Eclipse Project
2004/11/01 Test Environment first used for requirements verification in simulated environment

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