Product & Development
My two last months were under the sign of Africa. I put my RYG Nuxeo’s
T-shirt on and start to work. In two months I traveled to west and to east
Africa. Two goals: launch Nuxeo
Africa in west Africa, and improve relationships with our partners and
customers in Madagascar. That means lot of hours spent in the sky and… lot
of excitement about Open Source
ECM advocacy and business development on Mother Earth.
Trip one – Nuxeo Africa inception in Dakar, Senegal
Nuxeo Africa is our latest
subsidiary, its goals are simple : capitalize on our clients in west Africa
and develop business in the subregion (Mali, Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast,
etc.). We already work in Senegal with great partners such as OpenSys
and Genesys and we may count on the support of our customers like the Government Agency for IT development in
Senegal and the Central Bank of …
After a long time working on the JCR connector for Funambol, I finally
created a first release for pioneers. As every very first release there are
some important limits which are described further in the provided links.
For downloads and documentation of the JCR connector, you can report to
the attached links. The final word here is: "stay tuned…"
(Post originally written by Cedric Bosdonnat on the old Nuxeo blogs.)…
I have landed yesterday in Philadelphia for the AIIM Expo and the iECM face-to-face meeting. Some great stuff are happening around here! The iECM project seems to head to the necessary momentum from all major ECM players.
I will leave on Thursday to NYC where I will stay until the 29th of may.
If anyone want to meet in New York City, just drop me an email. I’ll be delighted to discuss about business opportunity, Open Source ECM, ECM in general, Nuxeo’s vision and success stories, etc.
(Post originally written by Eric Barroca on the old Nuxeo blogs.)…
I have just read the article from Alan Pelz-Sharpe (from Wipro) on Intelligent Enterprise
where the author is wondering if you can choose Open Source for your ECM
platform. It seems like an echo to
Arnaud’s recent post.
I’m glad the message we have since 4 years begins to find some echo in
the high-level consulting sphere! And I’m confident that it’s just the
beginning. I am sure we will soon convince Alan that we are also highly
innovative in the open source ECM market. Maybe because proprietary
vendor solutions are still based on a 10-15 years old core infrastructure. Maybe because we are now directly facing customers, while proprietary vendors are only facing ISV sales and marketing departments.
At Nuxeo, for example, we are unifying document management, BPM and
collaboration since the beginning. Documentum customers may well know, it’s
still not the case for their vendor…
I was looking for something similar to docstrings in Python, to make an API
static html documentation for
JSDoc seems to fill the bill,
and generates an API documentation similar to what I would get with JavaDoc
It is also used by tools like
(Post originally written by Tarek Ziadé on the old Nuxeo blogs.)…