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Previously she was Standards Architect & Development Manager at the Open Source Applications Foundation, where she managed the Cosmo Calendar Server team.
According to the Open Source Applications Foundation report of July 2003.
President and Chair, Open Source Applications Foundation John Arquilla, Professor of Defense Analysis, Naval Postgraduate School S.
Organizational members are Apple Computer, Boeing, Carnegie Mellon, Dartmouth, Duke University, EVDB, Fresno State, Harvard ASCS, IBM, Jet Propulsion Lab, Kerio Technologies, Marware, MIT, Mozilla Foundation, New York University, Novell, Open Source Applications Foundation, Oracle Corporation, PeopleCube, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Rockliffe, Stanford University, Symbian, TimeBridge, Trumba, UC Berkeley, University of Chicago, University of Washington, University of Wisconsin, Yahoo
Mitchell Kapor, chairman of the Open Source Applications Foundation, will provide the keynote address for the event, which will also include technical committee meetings, tutorials, training sessions, and the annual OASIS member meeting.
Baker also serves as board member of the Open Source Applications Foundation, where she guides the Open Source Applications Foundation's relations with its community and partners.
Kapor is the President and Chair of the Open Source Applications Foundation, a non-profit organization he founded in 2001 to promote the development and acceptance of high-quality application software developed and distributed using open source methods and licenses.
Open Source Applications Foundation Founder Mitch Kapor: "Today's dominant corporate collaboration systems are based on decades-old designs, and the time is ripe for innovative new tools.