OSTG

AcronymDefinition
OSTGOpen Source Technology Group (formerly Open Source Development Network; OSDN)
OSTGOffline SNA (Systems Network Architecture) Table Generation
OSTGOrdo Sacer Templi et Graalis (Spanish: Sacred Order of the Temple and the Grail)
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OSTG is also joining the FeedBurner Ad Network (FAN), enabling its advertisers to efficiently and effectively integrate targeted advertising into feeds reaching millions of subscribers.
The OSTG network features news, original articles, downloadable resources and community forums to promote participation among the technology community.
OSTG (Open Source Technology Group), formerly known as OSDN, is the leading online network for IT managers and development professionals.
VA Software, OSTG and SourceForge are trademarks or registered trademarks of VA Software Corporation in the United States and other countries.
net; it's becoming the way that all software will be developed, distributed and maintained," said Jeff Bates of VP of Editorial & Operations, OSTG.
OSTG (Open Source Technology Group), a subsidiary of VA Software (NASDAQ: LNUX), is the cornerstone of the Open Source movement and the leading online network for IT managers and development professionals.
PostMasterDirect, the e-mail list building, management and brokerage arm of Return Path, today announced that its joint efforts with OSTG (Open Source Technology Group), a wholly-owned subsidiary of VA Software Corporation (NASDAQ: LNUX), has yielded close to 15,000 new-to-market names available for rental.
net, part of the OSTG Network, is the world's largest collaborative development site, with more than one million registered users and 96,000 projects.
OSTG (Open Source Technology Group), the leading online technology network for IT and development professionals, will be highlighted at the Technology Showcase on Wednesday, February 16.
VA Software is the parent company of OSTG (Open Source Technology Group) and the creator of SourceForge(R).
VA Software is the parent company of OSTG (Open Source Technology Group), formerly OSDN, and the creator of SourceForge.