According to the latest information, the Open Source Foundation and the Eclipse Foundation, the largest open-source organization in Europe, signed a strategic agreement on September 28 to establish a partnership to jointly build a global open source community and will focus on OpenAtom’s OpenHarmony operating system.
The Eclipse community consists of 330 members, including individual developers and developer organizations from various fields, and has four key services, including intellectual property management, ecosystem development, and marketing, development processes, and IT infrastructure.
In addition, the Eclipse Foundation has Eclipse IDE, Jakarta EE and more than 400 open source projects. In addition, its projects include cloud and edge applications, tools, Internet of Things, artificial intelligence, automotive, systems engineering, distributed technology, open processor design and other frameworks.
The OpenAtom Open Source Foundation is a joint community formed by leading companies such as Huawei, Alibaba, Baidu, Inspur, Qihoo 360, Tencent, China Merchants Bank, etc., aiming to develop an open framework and an international open source community in the industry.
It provides services related to the neutral management, consulting, operation, marketing, education and training of intellectual property related to open source software, hardware, chips and content.
The OpenHarmony project group working committee will hold an OpenHarmony online meeting on the evening of September 30th and will report on the various features of the OpenHarmony 3.0 version and the latest progress of the OpenHarmony project.