Opquast and Temesis in The O’Reilly Open Source Convention (OSCON)
Par Aurelien Levy, le 24 juillet 2013, dans Opquast.
Temesis is represented in the most important B2B conference dedicated to Open Source and Free Software, Open Source Convention 2013 (OSCON), holding from 22 to 26 July 2013 in Portland, Oregon, USA.
Temesis in Portland
Temesis shows the tools developed inside the Opquast (Open Quality Standards) project, in particular the open source add-on for Firefox “Opquast Desktop”, which allows to test the quality of web pages (almost 600 tests on SEO, performance, accessibility, usability…).
With its presence at the conference, Temesis wants to internationally demonstrate the excellence of his tools and his best practices. The Opquast project, the open ecosystem dedicated to Web quality, is worldwide unique and the goal of the company is to spread the words.
Temesis will share his booth with the Aquitaine Regional Council, the competence center Aquinetic and six other companies in the France Pavilion coordinated by Ubifrance.
Already many international references and collaborations
Temesis and Opquast are already visible outside of France. The company, member of the W3C, has several European or American customers including the State of Luxembourg, the city of Geneva or The Paciello Group. It is also present in numerous conferences and events with an international dimension between London, Paris, Brussels, Geneva, Quebec, Montreal and now Portland.
To facilitate a worldwide usage of the Opquast project, Temesis has translated most of the tools and best practices (Web Quality, Open Data …) and will translate the book “web quality” co-signed by four of its web experts very soon. But that’s not all and Temesis has greater ambitions for Opquast and says that its distribution outside of French borders is just beginning.