Oso Open Source Library FAQ

Is Oso’s open source library supported?

Yes, you can get help with the open source library from our community and engineers in the Oso Community Slack.

When will Oso release an update to the open source library?

We're currently working with users to shape the next major version of the open source library. We plan to communicate dates when we're further along in the planning process. If you'd like to provide feedback or be part of an early access program, please let us know.

How can I provide input on the library roadmap?

If you'd like to be a part of an early access program, provide feedback on prototypes, or just give us input on the open source library, click here.

What will be included in the next major version of the open source library?

Here are some of the big questions we're contemplating for the next major release:

  • Should we introduce Oso Cloud's data model (facts) into the open source library? If so, how?
  • How should the open source library and Oso Cloud interact or relate to each other?
  • How can we provide an integration experience like that of the sqlalchemy-oso, but for everyone?
  • How can we make data filtering easier and more predictable?
  • Would a standalone binary enable us to provide our users a better solution vs. an embedded library?