OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY

OSU Open Source Lab


RTEMS

by Amanda Kelner

Within the last several years, the OSL has provided a home for the Real-Time Executive for Multiprocessor System, or RTEMS. RTEMS is an open Real-Time Operating System (RTOS) that supports both open application programming interfaces (API) and interfacing standards such as Berkeley sockets. Basically, RTEMS supports the embedded systems in ...

CASS and the AllSeen Alliance

by Amanda Kelner

Oregon State University has joined the world’s technology leaders — including LG, Microsoft, and Qualcomm — to advance the collaborative development of the Internet of Things (IoT).

IoT is a network of devices that exchange information — anything from smaller devices like watches to full-scale “smart cities.” IoT devices are almost too ...

DevOps DayCamp 2015

by Amanda Kelner

In early October, we hosted our second annual DevOps DayCamp to over eighty students, faculty, and community members, acting as a feeder workshop into the year long DevOps BootCamp series. Beyond its promotional function, our DayCamp provided an interactive workshop for those in attendance.

We offered seminars and interactive programs ...

OSL GSOC 2015 - Oregon's Catch

by Evan Tschuy

This summer the Open Source Lab had three students from around the world working on open source software through Google Summer of Code. The OSL has participated in GSoC for nine years, and each year has had its own unique challenges and successes.

I had an opportunity to work with ...

OSL GSOC 2015 - Protein Geometry Database

by Elijah Voigt

What is the Protein Geometry Database?

The Protein Geometry Database project (PGD) is many things to many people.

The synopses on code.osuosl.org says:

"Protein Geometry Database is a specialized search engine for protein geometry. It allows you to explore either protein conformation or protein covalent geometry or the ...