Christian Grobmeier is also working on Yay. He said it will be the first sound he makes if he ever understands what Teofili does with the lab, which Grobmeier called a sort of “experimental playground.”

The trends for these projects seem to be jovial in nature, and OODT kind of breaks that, although those working on the project do try to have a bit of fun with it.

The Apache Software Foundation said that OODT, which stands for Object Oriented Data Technology, is often referred to as “oh oh, don’t tell,” or, in some cases, simply “Ohhhhdut.” Despite the debate on pronunciation, this Apache Top-Level project contains catalogs, archives, metadata and more, which will be useful to many in the future.

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