Good news everyone!
JTango has finally made it into maven central:
Special thanks to Reynald Bourtembourg! He has made a considerable input to the process.
There is a few things to note though:
JTango artifact type is now pom as it is a meta artifact that aggregates all the JTango related dependencies. So define it as follows in your pom.xml:
Tango Controls bintray repository for JTango has been changed from maven to jtango (link) as it was not possible to sync old repo with maven central
jtango-maven-archetype has been upgraded to 1.4 to use maven central. Use
mvn archetype:generate -U ...
to force update.
We remind you that the TANGO collaboration meeting will take place in Florence, hosted by the Arcetri Astrophysical Observatory in the nice location of Convitto de La Calza, from June 6th to 8th.
All the seats have been taken - if you are still interested in attending then please follow the event via the online streaming. Details on how to follow the event online will be posted here as soon as they are known.
You can find the program here: https://www.ict.inaf.it/indico/event/514/
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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.
This workshop will give a general overview of the TANGO control system framework and its different aspects including latest developments.
The following general topics will be covered:
The TANGO virtual machine will be used to demonstrate the following:
The detailed workshop program is online at this Indico site: https://indico.esrf.fr/indico/event/10/
Participants will receive instructions on how to install the TANGO Virtual Machine on their own laptop so they can follow the practical examples during the workshop. Due to the full programme only limited help can be provided during the workshop breaks. Participants are encouraged to install Tango and ask for help before the workshop and/or pair up with someone who has.
To register please refer to the ICALEPCS Workshop site.
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