The Ontobee program was originated from a Vaccine Ontology (VO) web browser project launched in July 2008 in He Group. With recommendations and suggestions from many in the ontology community, the VO browser technology was then applied in fall 2009 to browse the Ontology for Biomedical Investigations (OBI) and later updated to also display RDF content via xslt stylesheet. The name "OntoBee" (later changed to "Ontobee") was given in 2009. The website domain name ontobee.org was registered by Oliver in 2010. By the end of 2010, all OBI ontology term PURL IDs were by default resolved to Ontobee. The development and improvement of Ontobee have benefited a lot from many suggestions, comments, and discussions from the community (Thanks!).

Here we have collected a list of news related to Ontobee:
(Note: The list usually does not include news about new ontology inclusion. It may not include those technical issues discussed in Google Ontobee-discuss, SourceForge feature requests, or Github issues.)