We invite you to participate in the OSLC 2012 Community Survey
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The OSLC Community is running a survey throughout the month of March. We would like to get input from IBM Business Partners and their clients.
OSLC (Open Services for Lifecycle Collaboration) is the key integration technology for both Jazz-based tools and non-Jazz tools offered by IBM Rational. As an IBM Business Partner, whether you're reselling offerings, doing custom integrations, or providing your software, OSLC is a key competitive advantage that you can leverage.
OSLC is a community whose aim is to standardize the way lifecycle management tools share data. The OSLC community is open to all interested individuals and groups. More information about the community, including information on how to participate, is available at http://open-services.net/
To better understand the community, measure its strengths and weaknesses, and improve community processes, we are inviting you to participate in the OSLC 2012 Community Survey. The survey is designed for both current workgroup participants and specification implementers and for all (including end-users) who have an interest in data integrations for lifecycle tools.
Your feedback will help improve the OSLC community experience for you and for all our community.
The core survey can be completed in just five minutes. It will be available from March 1 to March 31. Click here to begin or visit our special survey meta page.
Final results of the survey will be made available on http://open-services.net.
Thank you in advance for your participation and for sharing this message with your colleagues and customers.
Here are sample tweets you can use:
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