As decided at the last Tango plenary meeting in Toulouse the TANGO Controls kernel code is moving from the svn repository on SourceForge to git on GitHub. The move is currently under preparation and you can checkout the progress on GitHub at the Tango Controls organisation https://github.com/tango-controls
The proposal to migrate from svn to git is documented here : https://github.com/tango-controls/svn2git-migration
The migration is in progress (a big thanks to all the other kernel developers especially to Igor and Reynald) and should be completed for all kernel projects by the end of 2016. After that date the svn repository on SourceForge will be frozen.
3Controls is pleased to invite all interested companies and organizations to participate in the
a new Tango Controls Training held 12th – 14th October 2016 in Krakow.
3Controls Tango Controls training course provides unique knowledge necessary to work with the Tango Control system from a software developer perspective. It is focused on giving understanding of the Tango CS concepts. It is suitable for everyone who would like to start development for Tango CS especially companies willing to make their hardware and services 'Tango Ready'.
Registration deadline is 23rd September 2016.
Please visit our web page for more information: 3-controls.com/en/trainings
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TANGO is an Open Source solution for SCADA and DCS. Open Source means you get all the source code under an Open Source free licence (LGPL and GPL). Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems are typically industrial type systems using standard hardware. Distributed Control Systems (DCS) are more flexible control systems used in more complex environments. Sardana is a good example of a TANGO based Beamline SCADA.
The meeting is over. It was attended by 50 people. Most of them can be see in the traditional group photo.
The TANGO community meetings take place each year alternately in one of the 15 institutes members of the TANGO consortium.
They group together all the members of the community with the developers. They present the last technical progress and agree on the development strategy and roadmap