OpenProject wins SILVER OSCAR of the open source scene

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OpenProject is proud to take home the SILVER Open Source Business Award (OSBAR). It is called the OSCAR of the open source scene and it is awarded by the Open Source Business Alliance. The price was nominated during this year’s Univention Summit 2019 in Bremen, Germany.

One of the best open source projects in 2018

Every year, the price honors outstanding and innovative open source ideas and projects. The Jury nominated OpenProject as one of the best open source projects, pointed out OpenProject’s usability and full feature set for project collaboration – being an open source alternative to Microsoft Project and Jira.

OSBAR_OpenProject Birthe Lindenthal from OpenProject GmbH takes home the silver OSBAR from Felix Kronlage and Andreas Rösler (both Board of Directors OSB Alliance e.V., Organization OSBAR). Source: Univention GmbH

Among OpenProject, the Jury awarded HumHub for the Gold OSBAR and Inkscape for the Silver OSBAR. We congratulate the other winners.

OSBAR-winner From left to right: Peter H. Ganten (CEO Univention GmbH and Head of Board of Directors OSB Alliance e.V.), Felix Kronlage (Board of Directors OSB Alliance e.V., Organization OSBAR), Andreas Rösler (Board of Directors OSB Alliance e.V., Organization OSBAR), Maren Hachmann (OSBAR Bronze, Inkscape), Jens Scheidweiler (SOBAR Gold, Humhub), Birthe Lindenthal (OSBAR Silver, OpenProject GmbH). Source: Univention GmbH

We say “Thank you ver much!” for this honor and for the great price, a Linux notebook, sponsored by TUXEDO Computers.

OSBAR-Price SILVER OSBAR Price: Thanks to TUXEDO Computers for this great notebook. Source: OpenProject GmbH

About Univention Summit

The Univention Summit is a meet-up of users, IT specialists, and companies - all around open source. With the motto: “Use your identities” there have been fascinating discussions, speeches and workshops with the companies and users, as well as responsible of the Educational Sector for networking and knowledge transfer. It was a great event and a must for all open source companies and users.