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ObjectWeb is an open-source software community created at the end of 1999 by Bull, France Telecom R&D and INRIA. Its goal is the development of open-source distributed middleware, in the form of flexible and adaptable components. These components range from specific software frameworks and protocols to integrated platforms. ObjectWeb developments follow a systematic component-based approach.
In 2002, ObjectWeb evolved into an international consortium hosted by INRIA, the French National Institute for Research in Computer Science and Control. The consortium is an independent non-profit organization open to companies, institutions and individuals.