Wednesday 21 June 2006 2:15:46 pm - 10 replies
eZ systems is opening the Online Editor by licensing it under the GPL. This means that the Online Editor, which used to be sold for $ 99 under a Proprietary License, is now freely available.
More information can be found here:
You can download latest version of Online Editor from the download section
Modified on Wednesday 21 June 2006 2:16:19 pm by Łukasz Serwatka
Thursday 22 June 2006 5:22:24 pm
Lacking of a free available WYSIWYG editor for eZ publish was my initial motivation for SJSD (http://ez.no/community/contribs/a...d_real_fckeditor_xmltext_integration ). I wonder what was the role of SJSD playing in the open source of OE, if any
It seems I have to think about the future of SJSD, given OE is GPLed now...
Thursday 22 June 2006 5:37:33 pm
Thank you Liu for all your work on sjsd - I only started using it this week but my initial thought when I installed it (after using xmlarea) was 'oh, I wonder what will happen with competition between this and the online editor!'. I only just installed OE today, so I'm still trying to work out what the major differences are. It probably makes sense to focus development around the 'official' project, but I wouldn't be surprised if some features from sjsd could be usefully used to extend OE. I would hope you can help contribute to making the online editor even better. This is the great thing about free software - freedom!
Tuesday 27 June 2006 12:21:06 pm
Thanks for comments.
We will continue work on the Online Editor development and take care about future improvements bug fixes and regular releases however all contributors are welcome. Feel free to submit new enhancement, patch, improvements or translation.
The public SVN repository will be avaialbe soon.
Monday 03 July 2006 9:14:45 am
This is a good move for Ez in my opinion, the competition in the WYSIWYG department was building, now with the opening of OE to the general public I expect we will see some major expansions/improvements to this much needed element of content management.
Good work Ez team!
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