Stefane Fermigier

Nuxeo World 2011 mobile app available for iOS and Android

Apple has just approved the first release of our Nuxeo World 2011 companion app for general availability on the iTune App Store. <a…

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Video interview during the Open World Forum

I was at the Open World Forum last week (which I also help organize) and had the pleasure to be interviewed by <a…

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Nuxeo EP/DM 5.4.2 RC2 released

We've done yesterday a second release candidate for Nuxeo EP and DM.

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Nuxeo now incubated as an OW2 project

OW2A month ago, we became a member of the OW2 consortium, an…

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Top 10 reasons for open source success - How does Nuxeo stack up?

In a somewhat subtle self-promoting exercise thechangelog.com has an interesting post called <a…

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Nuxeo Studio 2.0 available

We have made available earlier this week version 2.0 of Nuxeo Studio, the configuration and customization environment for content applications based on the <a…

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Several updates to the Nuxeo community sites

We've been busy during the holidays updating the different Nuxeo community websites:

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New beta Nuxeo DM package for Debian / Ubuntu

We have made a new .deb package of Nuxeo DM for Debian and Ubuntu. <img class="asset asset-image…

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Software Engineering Paper: "Lessons learned developing the Nuxeo EP open source, component-based, ECM platform"

You can't create great software without both a vision and discipline. Specially when it's open source software.

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The slides decks for my presentation at Nuxeo World are online

The slide decks for the two presentations I did during Nuxeo World 2010 last week are now online on SlideShare (alongside all the other Nuxeo World 2010 presentations).

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New video clip presenting Nuxeo and Open Source ECM

I have created last week a new video clip (2 min) presenting Nuxeo. It was on display during the last Open World Forum as part of the "Open IT…

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A sample Python library for the Nuxeo Content Automation JSON-RPC API

I have created a sample Python library to illustrate the use of the Content Automation JSON-RPC API (described here: <a…

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Why you should come to Nuxeo World next November

Here's a short movie I made recently to give you an idea of what you should expect from Nuxeo World 2010 that will take place in Paris on November 17-18.

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Preliminary Nuxeo EP roadmap for 2010

We have recently brainstormed internally and discussed with some of our customers and ECM analysts the roadmap for our planned improvements of Nuxeo EP.

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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.

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Conversation about Enterprise 2.0

Tony Byrne has started a conversation (warning: website is down at present) about Enterprise…

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Already 10000 views for the Nuxeo DM 5.2 teaser

My short musical screencast about Nuxeo DM 5.2, which I made two weeks ago to showcase the new features of Nuxeo DM 5.2, has already received 10000 views on <a…

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Témoignage OEM en vidéo - Nel Taurisson (SkinSoft)

J’étais hier à une présentation de SkinMuseum, application de gestion de collections de musées dévelopées par la…

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Final sprint before Nuxeo 5.2 (GA)

The final (GA) release of Nuxeo EP 5.2 should be ready in less than a month now. Here are some notes on how we plan to proceed with the final sprint until the release:

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R&D work on the semantic web

Work has started on two large scale R&D projects, financed in part by the French Government and Paris Region (for Scribo), and by the European Commission (for IKS).

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CMIS Update

Florent Guillaume is in the US this week for the first face-to-face meeting of the CMIS working group since the project got accepted by OASIS a few months ago. We’ll get a clearer roadmap…

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Upcoming Release

We’re still working very hard on the 5.2 M4, which has been delayed one more week and should be ready by the end of this week.

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Nuxeo Got an Award

Nuxeo has been named “Company to Watch in 2009” by Intelligent Enterprise. “Strong community support” has been highlighted in the article, so thanks to everyone who is…

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Program for Nuxeo Dev Day (Paris, 1st Dec.) is now online

I’m happy to report that we’ve finished setting up the conference program for the first Nuxeo Developer Day in Paris, which will take place on 1st December, as…

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First European Nuxeo Developer Day - Dec. 1 2008

I’m pleased to announce that we are organizing, with the help of several other people, the first “big event” in the Nuxeo Community: the Nuxeo Developer Day.

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First Release of Nuxeo WebEngine

WebEngine is a lightweight, versatile, content-centric, open source web framework to quickly build and deliver next generation content-oriented web applications.

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Roadmap update for Nuxeo 5.2 aka "Chicago"

We have just published a slide deck explaining our roadmap for the
next major release of the Nuxeo platform, currently labelled as “5.2”
and codenamed…

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Interview vidéo par Neteco

J'ai été interviewé par Ariane Beky de Neteco.com la semaine dernière, à la fois sur la création et l'évolution de Nuxeo depuis 8 ans et sur mon…

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New Nuxeo Architecture Slides Published

I’ve just posted on slideshare a set of slides that have been used at recent customers and…

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Nuxeo EP 5.1.3.2 released

We have released Nuxeo EP 5.1.3.2 earlier this week. This is a maintenance release primarily focussed on bug fixes and small improvements.

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Nuxeo EP 5.1.3 and 5.1.3.1 released

Nuxeo EP 5.1.3 has been released in January, with 235 enhancements over the…

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Upcoming Nuxeo 5.1.3 release + Updated roadmap

The Nuxeo EP 5.1.3 release is coming along nicely after a small delay due to the holiday break, and will be tagged in a couple of days.

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Nuxeo 5.1 RC released - GA release scheduled for next week

We have been so busy the last couple of months working on customers projects that the 5.1 release has slipped a bit, but I’m happy to report that <a…

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JavaOne Nuxeo Slides: now in original format

The slides of our presentation at JavaOne have now been published by Sun (minus an URL error from <a…

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JavaOne 2007: our talk about Nuxeo has been accepted

I’m very happy (some would say "ecstatic" ;) ) to report that our talk proposal for the JavaOne conference has been accepted by the…

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Announcing Nuxeo Weekly News

I have just published the second issue of Nuxeo Weekly News, the newsletter we have started to publish every monday to keep…

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Slides de la présentation "Nuxeo Runtime" de Solution Linux 2007 en ligne

Slides de la présentation "Nuxeo Runtime" de Solution Linux 2007 en ligne

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Seam 1.1 almost there + insightful interview on InfoQ

As everyone should know now, Seam is an important part of our Nuxeo 5 ECM stack.

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Java, OSS and innovation

“Cristiano”, from Faqs.it, has written a comment about our switch from Python to Java in <a…

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"Eclipse Now You Can" slides are now online

The slides for the presentations given at the "Eclipse Now You Can" (including mine of…

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Slides for my Nuxeo RCP and Apogee talk at the Eclipse Summit Europe

I’m just coming back from the Eclipse Summit Europe 2006 which was a great conference (more reports on this blog later).

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What a month! (Quick reflections two weeks after our Java switch)

We announced our switch to Java two weeks ago. There was of course a lot of preparation before the announcement (besides just coding). That…

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CPS4 project officially started!

Two signs that the CPS4 project has officially started:

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A CPS project awarded by french magazine "Le Monde Informatique"

Our friend at CEA (French Atomic Energy Commission) have been awarded "best project of the year" in the "public administration" category of…

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Tag your CPS sites on del.icio.us

Yesterday, following a suggestion of Tarek, we have started tagging public (internet) websites developped with CPS on del.icio.us with the tag <a…

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CPS chez Areva: alternative à Documentum pour la GED

Une petite recherche sur Google sur le thème <a…

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CPS lays a (big) egg

I'm experimenting with eggification of CPS, trying to have support in place for the upcoming CPS 3.4.0 release. I already have something basic working, here is how to test it:

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Next CPS Bugday: next Wednesday (dec 14)

Next CPS bugday will happen on IRC channel #cps next wednesday (dec 14). There are still 77 issues left before we release CPS 3.4.0, but we are confident that the number will drop to a less…

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FunkLoad 1.4.0 released

Here is the announcement on Freshmeat:

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Pro-Python propaganda

Some links to useful Python propaganda:

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Philipp von Weitershausen has a blog on z3lab.org

Philipp von Weitershausen, one of the heavyweights of the Zope3 development team, now has a blog on <a…

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CPS Bug Day today !

As anounced in the mailing lists, but not on this blog, today is the first "CPS Bug Day".

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Compaison Rails vs. Django

I said at the start that the two frameworks were developed as a result of two very different applications - and most of the differences between the two are a result of this. If you are developing…

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Top 10 reasons to use CPSSkins according to Jean-Marc Orliaguet

One can read more background information about CPSSkins in Jean-Marc's last year talk (but this was before the…

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Sprint wrapup

Jean-Marc Orliaguet: has ported (in fact totally rewrote) CPSSkins for Zope3. The "main content area" (the place…

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Paris Zope3/ECM/Five sprint: the wrap-up

Here is the wrap up for the sprint that just happened in Nuxeo's premises in Paris this week.

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Brevets logiciels: "racket du siècle" et "démarche quasi mafieuse"

Aujourd'hui les conséquences de l'adoption des brevets sur l'industrie informatiques sont connues et sont malheureusement…

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Transparents de la OOoRegiCon de San Diego 2005

Les transparents et les enregistrements audio des interventions de la OOoRegiCon San Diego 2005 qui vient d'avoir lieu dans le cadre du Linux Desktop Summit sont disponibles:

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Jakob Nielsen: 10 usability heuristics

The system should always keep users informed about what is going on, through appropriate feedback within reasonable time.

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