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DotNetNuke Introduces Enterprise Edition

DotNetNuke Corp.,the Web Content Management Platform company, announced the release of the DotNetNuke Enterprise Edition. The Enterprise Edition includes the new DotNetNuke Content Staging feature that allows users to edit and approve content on a staging server prior to pushing the site to production. In addition, the DotNetNuke Web CMS includes a Content Localization feature that enables management of multi-language web sites. The Content Localization feature is included in all Editions of the platform including the Enterprise, Professional and Community Editions. Exclusive to the Enterprise Edition, Content Staging allows users to create a separate staging server where all intended production web site changes can be implemented and tested before being published publicly. It has features for organizations with many content contributors and tight restrictions on web site content publishing and review. The system will compare the staging server configuration to the production server and identify missing components and provides a detailed view of all planned changes. Other features include: An audit tool that creates a record of all publishing events; A “white list” in which users can define which modules should push both their settings and content during publishing and which should push only the module settings; A secure publishing function which allows users to easily push their site from staging to production. All Editions of DotNetNuke including the Enterprise, Professional and Community Editions, now feature a new Content Localization capability that helps users manage translated versions of their web pages. This feature includes management and configuration-mapping tools to keep translated pages synchronized across a web site. With the introduction of the Enterprise Edition, DotNetNuke will no longer offer the Elite Edition, which will now comprise the Professional Edition plus Elite Support. The new Elite Support option – available for the Professional and Enterprise Editions – features extended support hours, faster guaranteed support, priority management of support tickets, installation upgrade assistance, and source code access to the proprietary Professional or Enterprise Edition modules. http://www.dotnetnuke.com

XMLmind Document Repository v1.1 Released

XMLmind announced the release of XMLmind Document Repository v1.1. XMLmind Document Repository, which is Open Source software. XMLmind Document Repository is a Web-based (WebDAV, REST) document store designed for technical writers, featuring automatic, transparent, versioning. This Open Source Servlet-based Web Application is intended to be the backend component of a future commercial offering. XMLmind Document Repository (XDR) can be installed and run as a desktop application: Self-contained distribution now includes a private Jetty 7 Servlet Container. New graphical application xdrcontrol allows to stop, configure or reconfigure and start or restart both Jetty and the XDR WebApp. Two new applications running in the Web browser allow to manage users and groups. http://www.xmlmind.com/

Alfresco Community 3.3 Offers New Content Services Platform for Developers

Alfresco Software, today announced the immediate availability of Alfresco Community Edition 3.3 for download. This release includes a range of content services for developers, including integrations with IBM Lotus Social software and a preview of an upcoming Google Docs integration. With LGPL licensing and enhancements to document and web content management (WCM) functionality, Community 3.3 is also the first ECM tool to enable developers to deliver content-rich business applications leveraging CMIS 1.0 open source standards. Significant enhancements to Alfresco Community Edition 3.3 include– Providing core content management capabilities, in a free-to-distribute CMIS runtime; CMIS 1.0 Compliance; Online Content Editing Services. Alfresco Community 3.3 also provides a Web Editor Framework (WEF) – a JavaScript client side framework rendering a toolbar and associated controls designed to allow developers to extend any in-context functionality that may be required. The WEF also enables developers to easily create and package plug-ins and extensions for simple management and interoperability. Content Repurposing – Automated content formatting functionality allows developers to build solutions to repurpose content for the web. Developers can use automated rules and existing FreeMarker and XSLT templates to format content for multiple delivery channels. Repository Replication & Web Deployment – Alfresco 3.3 builds on current rich deployment facilities with the introduction of the Transfer Service. Integrations – Designed to meet the needs of developers looking for industry standard platforms that provide content services, Community 3.3 extends Alfresco support to IBM Lotus and Google Docs. New enhancements to Alfresco’s collaborative content management platform, Alfresco Share, include– Repository-wide content access, Automated Content Rules, Collaboration Lists, “Google Like” Search, Open Source License (LGPL). http://www.alfresco.com

CustomDev Releases Zyke CMS

CustomDev has announced the availability of their open source web content management system, Zyke CMS. CustomDev has also set up a community forum, for Zyke development and support. Zyke is designed to be lightweight and have an “intuitive” interface for users of various technical skill levels. http://www.zykecms.com

Alfresco and VDEL GmbH Partner

Alfresco Software and VDEL GmbH, an IT services distribution company, announced a partnership under which VDEL has become a Master Distributor of Alfresco solutions in the territories of Eastern Europe, Russia, and CIS. Under the terms of the agreement, VDEL will offer Alfresco products, associated support, and training to its customers. The open source model allows Alfresco to use open source technologies and contributions from the open source community. In 2009, Alfresco obtained U.S. Department of Defence 5015.02 records management certification. VDEL is known in Eastern Europe, Russia, and CIS for; marketing, distributing and supporting network and security solutions. Because of their network of local partners VDEL is able to provide native language translation, localization and education. http://www.alfresco.com/  http://www.vdel.com/

Serendipity 1.5.2 released

Serendipity 1.5.2 has been released to address the outstanding issue of SQLite installations with Serendipity. Upgrading an earlier version of Serendipity prior to 1.5.1 to this version should work without any problems, fixing the database upgrades that were faulty in Serendipity 1.5.1. blog.s9y.org/

Red Hat Launches Opensource.com

Red Hat has launched a new online community focused on promoting everything open source. Aside from Red Hat’s own technologies, the site also promotes open source software and technology throughout various industries. The posted goals of the site is to promote open exchange, collaboration, rapid prototyping, and crowdsourcing to develop technologies for the greater good of humanity. http://opensource.com/

Kaltura Releases Open Source Video Extension for Joomla

Kaltura, Inc. announced it has released a Kaltura-based video extension for Joomla! The Kaltura extension allows Joomla site-builders to handle every aspect of video and rich-media, including content management, syndication, monetization, transcoding, uploading, importing, editing and remixing. The extension is simple to install, customize, and use. The Joomla extension is available in two flavors: a free community-supported, video platform extension that is self-hosted by the publisher, and a video extension based on Kaltura‘s SaaS platform, which includes a 10GB free trial, including Kaltura support and additional paid services such as tier-1 hosting and streaming, transcoding, syndication, advertising, security and more. http://www.kaltura.com

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