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Version 5.0.0M1 of Eclipse mdmbl released

The above mentioned version of the Eclipse project mdmbl is now available for download. 

Beyond the functional extensions that have been made, the team has worked hard on clearing licensing issues that were detected following the last release. This is now the first milestone towards a mature relase 5.0.0.

Downloads and documentation can be found here:  https://projects.eclipse.org/projects/technology.mdmbl/downloads

The code is on the git master branches, tagged with "5.0.0M1": http://git.eclipse.org/c/?q=mdmbl

Previous versions are still available: https://projects.eclipse.org/projects/technology.mdmbl/downloads http://git.eclipse.org/c/mdmbl/org.eclipse.mdmbl.git/tree/Releases

Version 0.9 of Eclipse mdmbl released

The openMDM dev team has finished its most recent sprint. The internal release 0. of Eclipse mdmbl is now available for download.

For more information, please refer to this post

Post all your questions and comment to the project's dev list.

Congratulations to the team!

Version 0.8 of Eclipse mdmbl Released

The openMDM dev team has finished its most recent sprint. The internal release 0.8 of Eclipse mdmbl is now available for download.

During the sprint the team has elected Florian Schmidt and Ganesh Deshvini as new committers to join the development team. Angelika Wittek was elected to serve as the new project lead.

Post all your questions and comment to the project's dev list.

Congratulations to the team!

openMDM at Testing Expo Stuttgart 2017

Dr. Dietmar Rapf from Atos/Germany presented openMDM at the Automotive Testing Expo Stuttgart event. 

An interesting talk looking back in history, explaing the importance and challenges that lie in test data management and the need for a common platform like openMDM.

His slides from the conference are available here.

openMDM General Assembly Meeting 2017

The openMDM General Assembly Meeting was held in Stuttgart - Weilimdorf on July 25, 2017. 

The packed schedule included the report from departing Steering Committee chair Sven Wittig  summarizing the working group's past year, elections for the 2017/2018 steering committee as well as the architecture and quality committee and a report from the Eclipse mdmbl project. In addition, member companies presented their views and thoughts on the current achievements as well as future directions.

The new steering committee consists of representatives from Audi, BMW, Daimler, Mueller-BBM VAS and Siemens as well as the elected representatives Tata motors, HighQSoft, Canoo and Itemis. The full list of committee represetatives and member companies is available on the openMDM Wiki Pages.

All presentations from the meeting are available in the openMDM mailing list archives.

 

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