JAC is an open-source project licensed under the
GNU Lesser General Public
License. Anyone who wishes to contribute
is welcomed. Contributions can take many forms: bug report, usage report, bug
fix, aspect development, application development, ...
In any case the mailing list is the best place to get
into touch with the community.
Many people contributed other the years to JAC, either with code
contributions or with enlighting discussions. Please forgive us if we fail to
mention of all them.
First of all, the AOPSYS team:
And our special mention to the most active user :-)
Corporate & academic partners
The following company and research laboratories made all this happen.
AOPSYS is a software
company providing consulting, services, development and training in advances
techniques for Information Technologies. AOPSYS develops the JAC open-source
software with the collaboration of various research laboratories partners.
Contact: Renaud Pawlak &
CEDRIC is the computer
science research laboratory of the Conservatoire National des Arts et
Métiers (CNAM), located in Paris, France. Renaud Pawlak (project leader of
JAC) obtained his PhD thesis at CNAM while working at CEDRIC. JAC is the
direct application of Renaud Pawlak's PhD thesis.
Contact: Gérard Florin
||LIFL & INRIA Futurs
LIFL is the
computer science research laboratory of the University of Lille 1. The
GOAL/Jacquard team specializes in software engineering for component-based
Contact: Laurence Duchien
LIP6 is the computer science
esearch laboratory of the University of Paris 6. The SRC team
specializes in distributed systems.
Contact: Lionel Seinturier