Alfresco Monthly: January 2015
jan 27 2015
Categories : Notes
Just in time before February, we thought of sharing some interesting stuff that happened and must read blog posts that were published during the month of January.
It’s been a slow month for Alfresco in terms of commits to the source available to the public. We also noted a lower activity in terms of new announcements and blog posts from the community.
However, we thought of listing some interesting blog posts which you may find interesting.
- Interesting blog post by Richard Esplin (Head of Community at Alfresco) explores business models for open source software. (http://richard.esplins.org/siwi/2015/01/22/right-business-model-your-community/)
- Loftux announces Zoomable Image Viewer for Alfresco. This viewer makes it easy to view large images inside and outside Alfresco in high detail without a compromise on bandwidth. (https://loftux.se/en/blog/announcing-the-zoomable-image-viewer-for-alfresco)
- Alfresco conducted another office hours session with its product engineering team. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GU_1cRaRw68)
- Former Alfresco Head of Community Jeff Potts, writes an article highlighting why Alfresco Community Edition labelling might be in need of a change.(http://ecmarchitect.com/archives/2015/01/13/3987
- Alfresco Audit Analysis and Reporting Tool gets an update to version 2.4 with responsive bootstrap based dashboards. Earlier in January, it got the ability to track multiple Alfresco instances. (http://fcorti.com/2015/01/26/aaar-with-responsive-dashboards/)
- Alfresco Employee, Toni de la Fuente publishes an interesting list of security checks to be performed on your Alfresco installation. (http://blyx.com/2015/01/07/alfresco-security-check-list/)
- Ole Hejlskov writes about a simple workaround on fixing a common Alfresco development issue. of admin tools not working in development mode (http://ohej.dk/2015/01/why-is-the-admin-tools-not-working-in-alfresco-share-with-the-sdk/)
- In last December, Alfresco engineer Gabriele announced the availability of Alfresco Maven SDK. (http://mindthegab.com/2014/12/24/alfresco-sdk-2-0-0-is-finally-out-merry-xmas-alfresco-devs/)