Blog - Tag: Apache

Seven reasons why Nuxeo uses Java for open source ECM awesomeness

So today's the 7th of July (7/7), and also, not so coincidentally, the day Oracle has chosen as the official day to launch Java 7.

Videos related to two of our R&D projects now available

Besides the IKS and Scribo projects on semantic technologies which we have already covered on these blogs, Nuxeo is also a partner of several other collaborative R&D projects.

Announcing the CMIS Shell (cmissh) - command-line client for CMIS

We’ve been working recently on a CMIS command-line client, called “cmissh”, based on the Apache Chemistry client code.

Help Test the Nuxeo 5.3 Release Candidate

Nuxeo EP 5.3 has recently been published as a release candidate (RC), and will soon become generally available (GA).

Java, OSS and innovation

“Cristiano”, from, has written a comment about our switch from Python to Java in his blog.

Eclipse Summit report, day 1, Mike Milinkovich's keynote

Mike Milinkovich started the conference by highlighting the four ingredients of a great platform: Great technology Broad adoption “Architecture of participation” Hijacked by the community Great technology Eclipse is a platform that you can extend through plugins.

CPS4 project officially started!

Two signs that the CPS4 project has officially started: Florent has committed a roadmap in the SVN.

JSR 170 (Java Content Repository) and Zope 3 ECM

I'm at the Z3ECM sprint in EuroPython 2005 and I've spent yesterday trying to play with the JCR (Java Content Repository aka JSR-170) trying to understand how easy it would be to how a Zope content management system into a JCR (short answer: not easy - despite of claims of interoperability, JCR is a 100% Java technology).

Revue de presse

PC Expert d'octobre, n°89, 29 F met Linux et les "OS alternatifs" à Windows en couverture.

Offres d'emploi

Les éditions O'Reilly France cherchent à recruter un assistant éditorial en charge de l'informatique.