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OSGi Spec Designs Now In the Open

08.09.2013
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With most of the work happening in the OSGi Alliance consisting of specification creation, a lot of the early work was sometimes isolated in expert groups within the Alliance.  As of this week, the OSGi Alliance has created a GitHub repository where all of their specifications, in the form of RFPs and RFCs, will be visible.

The background on the OSGi design repository and its importance to the OSGi community is laid out in the latest blog post on the OSGi Alliance website.

Here is a list of the current specifications that the community is working on: