Tweet One major feature which will be part of the forthcoming eZ publish 3.8 release (out in May) is content version diff functionality. It will sit on top of the versioning and archiving system, which is included by default since Continue reading
Tweet Now you can take a look into the future of eZ publish development, as well as the eZ components. I have conducted and published an email interview with five of eZ systems’ leaders of the development team. eZ components Continue reading
Tweet A short while ago, I published the eZ publish 4.0 Features List written by my dear colleague Frederik Holljen. It provides information about 52 features which will be improved, added, and a few of them which will be implemented Continue reading
Tweet … everyone, it seems! Those with some years of experience in the software business know: the implementation or decision upon a template engine is always good for flame wars. Why? Templates are such a basic technology of a CMS, Continue reading
Tweet If you are close, check out this two-days workshop Free and Open Source Software in South-Eastern Europe from March 24-25 in Sofia, Bulgaria.
Tweet I have in the past read several papers about the Open Source CMS market, where the authors argued that such products lack professional support, that you depend on a forum or mailinglist, blabla. This is plain wrong! For example, Continue reading
Tweet The new online user manuals for eZ publish are available online. They are part of the documentation and describe the administration interface as well as daily tasks.