OW2con'23 Best Project Awards Contest Results

Every year OW2 recognizes "best of breed" projects in its code base and successful implementations of OW2 technologies.

The 2023 OW2con Best Project Awards are open to all OW2 projects. This award is a unique opportunity for OW2 members to showcase their projects and for users to identify he best of OW2 community.

OW2 Best Project 2023 Award Contest Winners

The Jury selected the winners for each of the three awards as follows:

Community Award Market Award Technology Award 
 OCS Inventory  BlueMind  ASM 
The 2023 OW2 Best Project Community Award goes to OCS Inventory, an open source computer and software asset management system integrating a software deployment solution. With an excellent Market Readyness Level of 8 and the French Gendarmerie actively involved in its development, OCS Inventory is aligned with multiple public and private organisation expectations. It meets IT support needs through its central management server, its compliance with the Snmp protocols, and useful reporting features to manage PC and connected device fleets of all sizes. The 2023 OW2 Best Project Market Award goes to BlueMind. an open source messaging, agenda and collaboration platform, with a loyal community of contributors, a strong user base appreciating its communication features and a growing marketplace. BlueMind supports LDAP directory synchronisation, mobile devices, webmail and Thunderbird clients. Moreover, videoconferencing features, Active Directory and Outlook connectors are available through subscriptions, making this platform a sovereign alternative to Microsoft Online Exchange and Google Workspace, notably for European organisations. The 2023 OW2 Best Project Technology Award goes to ASM, an all purpose Java bytecode manipulation and analysis framework that has successfully maintained a strong momentum of constant innovation well reflected in ASM 9.5, released in spring 2023 and including updates for Java 21. Supported by OW2 since 2002, the engineering library has reached a respectable Market Readyness Level of 6. It was created by Eric Bruneton during its PhD at INRIA 
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