Open Weaver is accelerating digital development through open source reuse and has become a partner-level sponsor of OSI, a steward for open source definition. Open Weaver and OSI envision a common goal to further Open Source adoption.
Open source is central to the future of digital innovation, and collaborating with OSI paves the way for Open Weaver to collaborate deeper with the open source community.
Open Weaver announced that it has become a partner-level sponsor of OSI (The Open Source Initiative ®), supporting global institutions and individuals working together to create communities of practice for a healthy open source ecosystem to thrive.
With a mission to ‘Reinvent Digital Realization’ and improve the way applications are built, Open Weaver is helping millions of global developers build applications easier and faster. Open Weaver’s kandi platform jumpstarts application development by bringing together artificial intelligence and reuse. kandi helps developers accelerate application development through seamless discovery of open source libraries, code, packages, cloud APIs, build complex industry use cases through kandi kits, and stay ahead on development trends.
“Our collaboration with OSI helps us better engage with the open source community. Open source is the best codification of the world’s technical knowledge available to the public today.”, said Ashok Balasubramanian, CEO of Open Weaver. He added, “Open source is at the forefront of innovation by reducing adoption risk and driving scale through democratizing development across global developers. We are delighted to be part of the OSI family in driving open source adoption.”
The Open Weaver Community initiative collaborates with developers and educational institutions to champion open source reuse and democratization of application development. The Open Source Initiative plays a defining role in bringing together Open Source advocacy, education, and governance that are critical in the growth of Open Source. Organizations derive significant benefits by consuming Open Source software. Contributing to the Open Source community is essential to nurturing the long-term benefits and innovation made possible through Open Source. Collaborating with OSI paves the way for Open Weaver to engage deeper with the global open source community.
Read more about Open Weaver’s collaboration with the OSI at https://blog.opensource.org/why-osi-featured-sponsor-open-weaver/
About OSI (The Open Source Initiative):
Founded in 1998, the California-based Open Source Initiative (OSI) is a non-profit corporation with global scope formed to educate about and advocate for the benefits of open source and to build bridges among different constituencies within community. OSI is dedicated to promoting and protecting open source software and championing software freedom through education, collaboration, and infrastructure, stewarding the Open Source Definition, and preventing abuse of the ideals and ethos inherent to the open source movement. As the leading voice on the policies and principles of open source, the OSI helps build a world where all can enjoy the freedoms and opportunities of open source software. OSI is actively involved in Open Source community-building, education, and public advocacy to promote awareness and the importance of non-proprietary software. For more information, visit opensource.org
About Open Weaver:
Open Weaver is a SaaS tech company changing the way the world builds digital. Open Weaver is headquartered in New York, with operations across the US and India. Open Weaver’s mission is Reinventing Digital Realization and has invested in a multi-year roadmap for digital development enablers. For more information, visit www.openweaver.com
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