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Administration interface refresh, take 2: tell us more of what you think!

Friday 11 December 2009 04:00

by Nicolas Pastorino  | 58 comments

eZ Publish 4.3 will take a big step towards refreshing the administration interface. A first blog post was made here (comments by the bottom of the page) , have a look at it first!
The second round is presented below, having integrated the feedback from the first round.

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Multi-Channel Content Delivery webinar now available

Thursday 10 December 2009 03:31

by Nicolas Pastorino  | 1 comment

The Multi-Channel Content Delivery webinar held yesterday (see announcement) is now available online.

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SHARE! Magazine for November 09

Tuesday 08 December 2009 02:33

by Nicolas Pastorino  | 1 comment

The cover is flavored with winter conference 2010 in Geneva (followed by a ski week end in Chamonix), the inside is spiced up by this month's market events, references, a delightful fragrance comes out of the EContent 100 and Deloitte Fast 50 ranking pages, and a rendez-vous is proposed for the next webinar: "Multi-Channel Content Delivery with eZ Publish".

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Community Day at the eZ International Winter Conference 2010 in Geneva

Friday 04 December 2009 03:57

by Nicolas Pastorino  | 4 comments

Every january is the occasion for the eZ Ecosystem to gather to look back at the 12 passed months and look ahead into a new year.
Geneva will host us this year, very central and convenient location for a conference, and cradle of a growing activity around eZ.

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Administration interface refresh: Tell us what you think!

Wednesday 02 December 2009 12:26

by André R  | 50 comments

eZ Publish 4.3 will take a big step towards refreshing the administration interface.
A requirement document and a html concept prototype were recently uploaded to our SVN repository, detailing the back-office-design-related features to be implemented in 4.3 and beyond.
This document already took into account the results of this survey : https://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=XdceP232zMtVeQApNduLrg_3d_3d.
The actual implementation of the proof of concept starting soon, it is about time to tell us what you think.

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Community Changelog blog now online

Friday 20 November 2009 06:40

by Paul Forsyth  | 3 comments

We have created a new blog to track issues from the community tracker.

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eZ Find webinar available online

Friday 20 November 2009 03:43

by Nicolas Pastorino  | 0 comments

The eZ Find webinar held last wednesday (see announcement) is now available online.

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eZ Find webinar on november 18th, 17:00 CET

Tuesday 17 November 2009 10:11

by Nicolas Pastorino  | 0 comments

This webinar will show and explain, step by step, how eZ Find, the enterprise-search plug-in for eZ Publish, helps you address the challenge of having a functional, performing, relevant search in a site. Register here.

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Issue tracker now available :)

Wednesday 04 November 2009 10:16

by Nicolas Pastorino  | 4 comments

Given the fair amount of feedback we received from you ( including the "get yourself an issue tracker so that we can fill it up" one ), we finally got a hold on one: https://jira.ez.no/browse/COM.

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How to use this site ?

Monday 02 November 2009 12:24

by Nicolas Pastorino  | 2 comments

A few hints to get you up and running quickly on this site.

To report issues, use the dedicated issue tracker.

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