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  1. Source Code Diver is a toolbox which provides Shell and Ruby scripts to make investigations in source code. Thanks to it, open source referents, developers, leads or managers may make sure that some valuable data are not present in the source code. This bunch of scripts allow to work on files and Git logs to look for […]

  2. Orange has recently contributed to the Fastlane project (MIT license). This update allows to use an API_KEY to log into Artifactory when using the artifactory action in Fastlane. The feature is available in version 2.172.0. The contribution is published on Orange-OpenSource GitHub as well.

  3. Orange presents WebShare – a Firefox add-on. With this plugin you could easily define communities, share web pages with them, or everybody, or just bookmark pages for yourself. You’ll be provided with a search engine to retrieve stored pages, and multiple filters to refine searches. At this point, the plugin is not yet pushed but […]

  4. The IoT SAFE APDU library is the first, partial, open source implementation of the GSMA IoT SAFE standard written in plain C. It enables the use of the (e)SIM as a keystore. By plugging this library to a TLS (or DTLS) library, such as mbedTLS or ArduinoBearSSL, it allows the user to implement the first […]

  5. The collaboration between Orange Labs and Inria (National Institute for Research in Digital Science and Technology) resulted in proposing a set of tools for OASIS TOSCA (Topology and Orchestration Specification for Cloud Applications) deployment descriptors. It can be used for syntax and type checking of specifications or resources configuration deployment/update descriptors written in TOSCA. It […]

  6. Hurl is a command line tool to run and test HTTP requests defined in a simple plain text format. It can performs requests, capture values and evaluate queries on headers and body response. Hurl is very versatile, it can be used for both fetching data and testing HTTP sessions. Visit Hurl pages: https://github.com/Orange-OpenSource/hurl – source […]

  7. Eclipse Foundation has formalized its transition to become a European-based organisation. Eclipse explains this transition with several arguments, among them: Most of Eclipse Foundation growth has already been happening in Europe. With 170 of their member organisations and more than 900 of their committers based in Europe, the Eclipse Foundation claims being already the largest […]

  8. NiFiKop logo NiFiKop – the Orange NiFi operator is a Kubernetes operator to automate provisioning, management, auto-scaling and operations of Apache NiFi clusters deployed to Kubernetes. Apache NiFi, on the other hand, is an open-source solution that supports powerful and scalable directed graphs of data routing, transformation, and system mediation logic. NiFiKop is a Kubernetes […]