openPR Logo

Press Releases from Scottish Open Source Awards (4 total)

Rewarding Scottish Open Source

The 2008 Scottish Open Source Awards is now open for nominations. As we talk around we are hearing of Open Source initiatives in Scotland that are outside of the seen Open Source community. It would be great to draw some of these projects out into the open, and celebrate the hard work that has gone into them. In 2007, the first year of the Awards, we presented the Scottish

Top Software Award won by J P Morgan and EMC Ltd

The first Scottish Open Source Excellence Award has been presented to J P Morgan, and Enterprise Management Consulting Ltd. The Award was presented to the two joint winners by Simon Phipps, Chief Open Source Officer for Sun Microsystems. The Award was presented at the Scottish Software Awards, on 23rd November at the Raddisson SAS in Glasgow. The event was a great success with over 230 people attending

Scottish Open Source Awards 2007 Welcomes Sun Microsystems as Main Sponsor

The Scottish Open Source Awards (SCOSA) officially announces that Sun Microsystems are the main sponsors for the 2007 event. Greg Soper, for SCOSA 2007, said, “We're delighted. This is the inaugural year of the awards and to be supported by a company with the reach and depth of Sun Microsystems is fantastic. We look forward to a mutually rewarding association.” The Scottish Open Source Awards opened on the 1st August 2007

Launch of Scottish Open Source Awards 2007

Open Source is probably the most disruptive movement in IT since the mass adoption of the Internet. Open Source Software is responsible for running more websites and delivering more email than any other software worldwide. The Scottish Open Source Awards is part of a strategy to promote the use and awareness of Open Source in Scotland and to reward those individuals and organisations playing an outstanding part

Go To Page:   1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10