Friday 17 May 2013 04:53
eZ Publish Summer Camp 2013 will be again organised by Netgen beginning of September: 4th to 7th to be exact. The format will be the same as last year: 3 days of learning during workshops separated in 3 tracks. Fourth day will be reserved for leisure.
Different is the content of the tracks. We will have:
Friday 17 May 2013 02:49
Last week, I was announcing Kaliop, our long-time partner, as a Gold Sponsor. It’s my pleasure to announce Ixons has joined us as a Gold Sponsor, too. Read on.
Friday 17 May 2013 04:23
Some details on using Vagrant to setup an eZ Publish 5 virtual machine to run eZ Publish Community Project 2013.4
Monday 13 May 2013 04:45
Open source communities rely very strongly on the community to advance the software in question. eZ Publish adds the "enterprise" part to "enterprise open source content management system" by not only targeting larger enterprises but by also adding a company vendor -- eZ Systems -- behind the software. This helps spur development forward on a consistent pace. However, there is still immense value in having the implementation partner companies contribute their code and insights. Contributing back might not be a natural thing for the partner companies to do; if you're such a partner company, here's why you should and how to do it.
Monday 13 May 2013 04:44
Dear eZ Community,
We are continuing the series restarted few weeks back this Wednesday at 9:30 CEST with the episode #13. The topic is: Road to 5.1
Monday 13 May 2013 11:49
This short blog entry will give you nginx configuration on how to use it with eZ Publish 5.x (specially tested with 2013.4)
Wednesday 01 May 2013 01:02
(For french speaking people, the original french version of this article is available on my own blog)
As I'm currently upgrading the french Planet eZ Publish to the last eZ Publish 5, I'm also reviewing some of the bugs or the missing features I encountered when setting up the eZ Publish 5 version back in december 2012. One of those issues was about the differences between the pages generated by a legacy module (ezinfo/about, planet/search, ...) and the rest of the website. This was due to the fact that in 5.0, it was not possible to use a Twig pagelayout with a legacy module so the result of those modules were still injected in the good old pagealyout.tpl. Starting from the versions 2013.4 and 5.1, it's possible to use a Twig pagelayout on the legacy modules. That's a neat feature for a smooth and progressive upgrade to the new stack, but there are many interesting facts about it.