CESLA is a business association in Aragon.
Created on Thursday, March 6, 2008
Promote research and development of open content platforms
and technologies based on free software.
Collaboration between companies.
Improving business competitiveness.
Intermediary between business and public administration.
Exchange of experiences in the field of free software and open
Promote companies developing free software and open content.
Disseminate its use in society.
English documentation web site.
Open for all users.
CESLA (Cluster de Entidades Pro Software Libre
de Aragón) is responsible for platform management.
First project launched from CESLA
Decision making : CESLA
Group technological / technique value
Associations and companies.
Reference on the Internet and documentary
repository of Open Source projects.
Establish a colaborativenetwork.
Funding / Investment.
License : Creative Commons Public License
Users modifies freely.
Exception : Semi-protected articles ( Articles manage by team
Contents supervision. ( Rules for writing ).
2 types of users :
Registered Users Benefits :
“Score” for colaboration.
Authorship of articles in the article header.
Notification of changes and tracking offline content.
OpenID Login Support.
User can log in using its OpenID account.
Support OpenID 2.0
Based on tags. Organize your project documentation in
Unified Communications. Everything related to
unified communications ( videoconference, mail
HowTo. Technical tutorials. Configuration and
scripts/little applications development.
Everything about Mobile technologies. USSD,
Advanced settings, new technologies (android,…),
OpenSource. Open Source community events,
OSAmI. Articles refered to OSAmI-Commons
Collaboration with OSAmI – COMMONS project
The world is currently moving to a
one-to-many social relationship
between humans and computers.
Connect and exchange information
The approach proposed
will establish an ecosystem built on an European understanding
of the relationship between the citizens and the service
infrastructures based on open-source and customer-friendly
A set of wikis share contents.
Transparent access to the user.
Searches on sites related to open content.