As we've seen in stage 1 of this Tour de Nuxeo, Nuxeo EP is a platform that implements all the major services that are expected nowadays to manage content at an enterprise scale.
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.
My keynote presentation at the Nuxeo DevDay last Monday was called “The Nuxeo Way: using open source to build a world-class open source ECM platform”.
A set of slide decks from the Eclipse Summit Europe 2008 has been recently tagged and featured on SlideShare.net.
Dion Almaer wrote yesterday a blog entry with a list of criteria that, in his opinion, make an open source project truly community-driven (which is, of course, a Good Thing(tm)).
As some people know already, I have participated in the creation of Ouverture (né “Open Source Valley”), the Competitiveness cluster dedicated to Free and Open Source Software in the Paris area.
I’m very happy (some would say "ecstatic" ;) ) to report that our talk proposal for the JavaOne conference has been accepted by the program committee.
“Cristiano”, from Faqs.it, has written a comment about our switch from Python to Java in his blog.
The slides for the presentations given at the "Eclipse Now You Can" (including mine of course), are now online.
It's official now :).