What is OceanOS ?OceanOS is an Open Source project, to provide a new generation blogging platform, based on the concept of Resource Oriented Computing and featuring strong and weak modularization.
Component-based development is a common pattern in software development, but it is mostly used in a strong form of dependency. When you import a package or a library in your application, you are creating a strong dependency between your code and the imported functionality.
There are several examples in the Open Source world of weak modularization, but probably the most successful project is Eclipse. The Eclipse plugin architecture allows plugins to colaborate without knowing each other in advance. This provides increased flexibility and stability in a large complex systems.
OceanOS aims to be to Blogging software, Resource Oriented Computing and the web, what Eclipse is for IDE and Object Oriented world and the desktop.
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