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The default access is in read-only but it is possible to write issue using the embedded bugtracker.
 
The default access is in read-only but it is possible to write issue using the embedded bugtracker.
  
If  you wish to contribute to the code, please contact Laurent Velez (laurent.velez@etsi.org) to upgrade your access right to 'developer'.
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If  you wish to contribute to the code, please contact Laurent Velez [mailto:Laurent.Velez@etsi.org Laurent.Velez@etsi.org] to upgrade your access right to 'developer'.
 
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If you need further information or have any ideas for improvement and/or management of this area please contact Laurent Velez (laurent.velez@etsi.org) directly.
 
If you need further information or have any ideas for improvement and/or management of this area please contact Laurent Velez (laurent.velez@etsi.org) directly.
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If you need any help, contact us at [mailto:OSMsupport@etsi.org OSMsupport@etsi.org]

Revision as of 08:11, 20 September 2016

oneM2M GitLab repository


The GitLab repository provides to oneM2M members a simple and efficient software developement environement. It is currently used for development of TTCN-3 code, XSD, SDT, TR-069 model , Base Ontology, etc ... The default access is in read-only but it is possible to write issue using the embedded bugtracker.

If you wish to contribute to the code, please contact Laurent Velez Laurent.Velez@etsi.org to upgrade your access right to 'developer'.

http://git.onem2m.org/



If you need further information or have any ideas for improvement and/or management of this area please contact Laurent Velez (laurent.velez@etsi.org) directly. If you need any help, contact us at OSMsupport@etsi.org