(A new series of post dedicated to interesting stuff found on the web).
This blog has a new blog engine, the fifth one since I've started blogging in 1997.
I have created a sample Python library to illustrate the use of the Content Automation JSON-RPC API (described here: https://doc.nuxeo.com/display/NXDOC/REST+API).
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”.
WebEngine is a lightweight, versatile, content-centric, open source web framework to quickly build and deliver next generation content-oriented web applications.
“Cristiano”, from Faqs.it, has written a comment about our switch from Python to Java in his blog.
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.
As you already know, I have started two weeks ago tagging (and asking others to tag) their CPS sites on del.icio.us with the tag "cps-site".
Packaging CPS is important for ease of installation.
We've already posted an announcement on nuxeo.com (here in english, andhere in french), as well as on zope.org (here) and freshmeat ( here).