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This week in eZ - #3, 2016

Friday 22 January 2016 9:38:33 pm

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This week I bring you news on the 2015 Critics' Choice Awards, stamping PDF’s in eZ Publish, and lots more.

In my ‘Week in eZ,’ I am covering news from community blogs, social media, the eZ Community on Slack, events, and more. If you have any news or events to share, please contact me, so I can include it in upcoming posts.

eek in eZ 3, 2016


Winner of Best CMS for Publishers

eZ Publish was nominated for the 2015 Critics' Choice Awards in the category of Best CMS for Publishers. And we won! Congratulations to everyone at eZ Systems, and, everyone in the eZ ecosystem including partners and community members who have helped build eZ Publish into be an award winning CMS. Needless to say, eZ Publish and our new open source core, eZ Platform, fit more than just the publishers’ world. any industry verticals such as finance, government, education and retail use our content management solutions. More about that soon, on the eZ Blog.

Stamping PDFs with a watermark in eZ Publish

Thiago Campos Viana from eZ Partner Mugo Web blogs about a case where one would want to stamp e.g. watermark PDF's to share confidential or sensitive files. He writes in great detail how to accomplish such a task in eZ Publish, using PDFtk and ImageMagick. Read the full blog post on

Community Board renewal

A quick reminder to everyone in our community that nominations are open until February 17, for our eZ Community Board renewal. You can still nominate yourself!

Some weekend reading:

Social media

Amir Koklan: “after 5 months and 21 days I'm back again to coding with my love, #ezpublish. #ezcommunity #hardtimes”. Good to have you back Amir! ^RM.


Caching was a topic of discussion this week on Slack. André Romcke, VP of Engineering,  mentioned several technical documents being updated, and asked for feedback. These documents include the following:

Another interesting resource, which was recently updated, is “Using the JavaScript REST API Client” by Damien Pobel.

(Lead image credit: Kirsty Hall, by-nc 2.0)

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