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'''Note''' Tech Talk Live is now on a monthly schedule. We meet on the first Wednesday of each month at 8am PT / 11am ET/ 4pm UK/ 5pm CET.   
'''Note''' Tech Talk Live is now on a monthly schedule. We meet on the '''first Wednesday''' of each month at '''8am PT / 11am ET/ 4pm UK/ 5pm CET'''.   

Revision as of 13:06, 21 February 2012

About Tech Talk Live

Alfresco Tech Talk Live is a series of regularly scheduled sessions where attendees get to guide the discussion. Alfresco will host the sessions along with a panel of subject matter experts who will be prepared to answer your questions. While the bulk of the discussions will focus on Alfresco technology, we'll also be dedicating some time to open source and the technology space in general.

How do I attend?

The sessions are held using WebEx. To attend, please visit the Alfresco Events page, find the Tech Talk Live you are interested in, and sign up.


Note Tech Talk Live is now on a monthly schedule. We meet on the first Wednesday of each month at 8am PT / 11am ET/ 4pm UK/ 5pm CET.


* Wednesday March 7, 2012: WCM Solutions with Drupal and Alfresco

Drupal oh Drupal how do I interoperate with thee? Let me count the ways....

Interoperability between Alfresco and Drupal allows developers to build systems that take advantage of the complementary strengths of both systems. As you can imagine, there are a number of different ways to integrate the two platforms. Some of the decision points that need to be considered are: push vs pull, CMIS vs custom webscripts and when to align the users between Alfresco and Drupal instances.

Join Ian Norton, for this episode of Tech Talk Live to explore various patterns of integration and the use cases they are best suited for.

There will be time for question and answer with Alfresco engineers.

Register at http://bit.ly/x3nXz8

All sessions will be recorded.

Episode Guide


Episode 51

Date: February 1, 2012

Title: Alfresco Add-ons

Panel: Jeff Potts, Gab Columbro and Rich McKnight

Web Recording: http://www2.alfresco.com/TTL_Episode_51

Presentation Slides: None

Show notes:

Alfresco's Chief Community Officer, Jeff Potts and colleagues Richard Esplin, Gabriele Columbro, Rich McKnight and Jared Ottley discuss packaging, distributing and finding Alfresco Add-ons in this episode of Tech Talk Live.

Topics will include an overview of the new Alfresco Add-ons directory, plans for Alfresco Mavenization, the future of AMPs, and other packaging recommendations as recorded in this updated wiki page.


Episode 50

Date: October 5, 2011

Title: Metadata Extractors and Content Transformers

Panel: Nick Burch, Will Abson

Web Recording: http://www2.alfresco.com/l/1234/2011-10-05/R27U2

Presentation Slides: None

Show notes:


Episode 49

Date: September 7, 2011

Title: Web Quick Start

Panel: Brian Remmington, Jeff Potts

Web Recording: http://www2.alfresco.com/l/1234/2011-09-07/QXNO2

Presentation Slides: None

Show Notes:


Episode 48

Date: August 3, 2011

Title: CMIS

Panel: Florian Mueller, Jeff Potts

Web Recording: http://www2.alfresco.com/l/1234/2011-08-03/QS28B

Presentation Slides: None

Show Notes:


Episode 47

Date: July 6th, 2011

Title: Share Extras

Panel: Will Abson, Jeff Potts

Web Recording: http://www2.alfresco.com/l/1234/2011-07-07/QMNMR

Presentation Slides: None

Show Notes:



Episode 46

Date: May 7th, 2010

Title: Alfresco Community Site

Panel: Appnovation Technologies

Web Recording: http://alfresco.na5.acrobat.com/p40421964/

Presentation Slides: http://[placeholder]

Show Notes:

Appnovation Technologies is a web application and intranet application development company in Vancouver, Canada. We specialize in developing applications using the Drupal, Alfresco and iPhone platforms. By combining the Alfresco and Drupal platforms, we have been able to develop applications that combine the flexible Drupal front-end and extensive community building modules, with the powerful Alfresco repository based document management functions. Some of our clients include MTV, NBC Universal and the World Wildlife Fund.

Description: Appnovation Technologies demonstrated how Drupal and Alfresco can work together to power the new Alfresco Community web site. In the demo, Appnovation Technologies showed how Drupal can be leveraged to provide both a front-end and community platform for the Alfresco system. The Alfresco community site uses Drupal for both the interface and for powering various community modules such as user profiles. The Alfresco backend allows for a complete file management system and allows for complex approval work flows for user uploaded files. The integration between Alfresco and Drupal is made possible by the CMIS module.

Episode 45

Date: April 23rd, 2010

Title: Use Alfresco Share and Zoho to edit Office Documents online

Panel: Dan Hopkins and Mike Mahon

Web Recording: http://alfresco.na5.acrobat.com/p52563369/

Presentation Slides: http://www.slideshare.net/quyong2000/alfresco-tech-talk-live-zohoalfresco-integration

Show Notes:

Dan Hopkins, an ECM Architect at Zia Consulting in Boulder, Colorado and Mike Mahon, President at Zia Consulting gave us a tour of using and implementing Zoho in Alfresco Share. Zoho provides a seamless solution for online Office document editing that helps to increases Share usage and provides document editing to any OS (Mac, Linux, Windows).

Dan and Mike's presentation include

  • Demo of common usage scenarios.
  • Architecture overview of Zoho Services with specifics about saving documents.
  • Flow diagram of Alfresco integration.

Zoho/Alfresco features include:

  • Online editing of common documents, spreadsheets and presentation.
  • Edit documents in Share with multiple users simultaneously editing documents.
  • Zoho integrates directly into Share: Share users don’t need to configure users accounts or even know of Zoho’s existence.
  • Saving automatically handles versioning of documents in the repository.

Episode 44

Date: April 9th, 2010

Title: Getting Started with the Web Editor

Panel: Ben Hagan

Web Recording: http://alfresco.na5.acrobat.com/p50811914/

Presentation Slides: http://www.slideshare.net/quyong2000/alfresco-tech-talk-liveweb-editor-33

Show Notes:

Ben Hagan introduced the new Alfresco Web Editor product.

Ben demonstrated how to download Alfresco Community release, got it up and running and then built out a test site page from scratch and “enabling” the web editor.

Ben also did a high level overview of the editor components,custom tabs and buttons.

Episode 43

Date: April 2nd, 2010

Title: Spring Surf Project

Panel: Michael Uzquiano and Yong Qu

Web Recording: http://alfresco.na5.acrobat.com/p41413596/

Presentation Slides: http://[placeholder]

Show Notes:

Michael and Yong talked about new features in the coming 1.0.0.M3 release of Spring Surf project.

The topics they have covered include

1) Webscript development/documentation.

2) Spring Surf Roo Addon.

3) Spring Surf Documentation Plugins and more.

Episode 42

Date: March 22nd, 2010

Title: Combining BPM and ECM for better process applications

Panel: Mike Moniz, product manager, Active Endpoints and Yong Qu, chief solutions architect, Alfresco

Web Recording: http://www.vosibilities.com/podcast/vosibilities-podcast-43-combining-activevos-bpms-alfresco-ecm-better-process-applications/2010/02/13/

Presentation Slides: N.A.

Show Notes:

Two of the most important technology trends in enterprise software are business process management (BPM) and enterprise content management (ECM). Until now, combining business processes containing both human workflow and system tasks with the content required for those processes has required compromises or been much too difficult.

In this special edition of Alfresco Tech Talk Live, Mike and Yong talked about how to achieve seamless integration between ECM and BPM using an important new standard called Content Management Interoperability Services (CMIS). Using CMIS, Alfresco ECM and ActiveVOS BPM users can combine a high-performance content repository with a model-driven BPM system to create a new generation of process applications.


Episode 40

Date: December 18, 2009

Title: Jibe Project

Panel: Denis Halupa and Daniel Gradecak

Web Recording: http://alfresco.na5.acrobat.com/p48127670/

Presentation Slides: http://[placeholder]

Show Notes:

Denis Halupa and Daniel Gradecak are founders of Icodix, company based in Croatia specialized in providing complex enterprise solutions based on Alfresco. Driven by customer demands for more responsive UI and better agility during development process we started development of an application framework recently known as Jibe framework. As strong supporters of open source business model all our development efforts were publicly available under a GPL license from the very beginning.

During presentation, Denis and Daniel first described the architecture behind the framework; they presented Content manager which is a reference application built on top of framework. At the end they also described development model using few simple examples like

- customizing the form or the grid - wiring additional actions - exposing a server side java method for invocation from the client

Episode 39

Date: December 4, 2009

Title: Maven and Alfresco using the Maven Alfresco Repository

Panel: Gabriele Columbro

Web Recording: http://alfresco.na5.acrobat.com/p31061669/

Presentation Slides: http://www.slideshare.net/mindthegab/20091204-alfresco-community-maven-tech-talk

Show Notes:


Gabriele Columbro is a Solution Engineer at Alfresco EMEA Professional Services, based in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. He's a long time open source contributor and recently involved in the CMIS open source implementation as Apache Chemistry committer. In his long ECM experience he architected and implemented complex enterprise solutions based on Alfresco, powered by Apache Maven to scale out development processes (http://ur.ly/3EYc), while working for an Alfresco pan european system integration partner.

You can read more about Gabriele's work (mostly around Alfresco, CMIS and Maven) at http://www.mindthegab.com.


We’ll be introducing the new Alfresco Maven Repository (http://maven.alfresco.com/) for Alfresco Community artifacts, which is meant to consolidate the growing interest and work around managing Alfresco applications and integration using Apache Maven (see http://ur.ly/3F4p). Based on the new repository, we'll be demoing of usage of Maven Alfresco Lifecycle to develop Alfresco Extensions and AMPs and of the CMIS Maven starter toolkit.

Also we'll discuss Maven perspectives also taking into account the Surf Spring extension evolutions.

Open discussion is more than welcome to help us better shape this new important developers resource and understand new opportunities using Maven.

Episode 38

Date: October 30, 2009

Title: iPhone native App, CMIS and the Cloud

Panel: Mike Mahon and Mike Muller

Web Recording: http://alfresco.na5.acrobat.com/p16042660/

Presentation Slides: http://[placeholder]

Show Notes:

Mike Mahon, President and Mike Muller, Director, Software Consulting at Zia Consulting talk about a native iPhone application Zia has developed that allows mobile access to an Alfresco document repository. This application runs against the most recent Alfresco releases; no additional software needs to be installed on the servers and no configuration of Alfresco is required. It is configured by default to run against an Alfresco instance running in the Cloud. All of the calls to Alfresco to authenticate and pull content are utilizing Alfresco's CMIS API.

Episode 37

Date: October 16,2009

Title: Adding Pepper: A WCM and marketing toolkit for Alfresco

Panel: Nathan Kurtyka and Scott Rovegno

Web Recording: http://alfresco.na5.acrobat.com/p59143141/

Presentation Slides: N.A.

Show Notes:


Nathan Kurtyka, VP of Technology, has been conceptualizing and implementing cutting-edge web applications for over a decade. With a unique blend of architecture, user experience, and marketing strategy, Nathan has led commercial and open source CMS integrations for some of the world’s strongest brands, including many Fortune 500’s. He’s spearheaded the development of Pepper to solve some of the most challenging WCM issues facing today’s developers, allowing marketers to easy implement web 2.0 strategies.


Vodori specializes in delivering state-of-the-art online marketing solutions. By crafting flexible, enterprise-grade platforms, we empower marketing teams, cutting time-to-market while delivering measurable results. With unparalleled expertise in global website portfolios, we partner with Fortune 100 companies and non-profit organizations alike to define, execute, and support winning online strategies. To learn more, please visit: http://www.vodori.com/alfresco


We’ll be unveiling Pepper, a marketing and web content management (WCM) product that runs on Alfresco. Pepper provides features like in-context editing, templating, auto-translations, and rich UI widgets that all run on a “pluggable”, extensible architecture. We’ll demonstrate how quickly new templates can be created how easy it is to add custom functionality.

Episode 36

Date: October 2,2009

Title: WCM Performance

Panel: Jared Ottley and Brian Robinson

Web Recording: http://alfresco.na5.acrobat.com/p65647098/

Presentation Slides: http://[placeholder]

Show Notes:

Jared Ottley, Alfresco Director of Solutions Engineering, and Brian Robinson, Alfresco Director of Services. Jared and Brian talked about Alfresco WCM Performance. They also covered topics such as testing framework, performance tuning of ASR, FSR and Authoring etc.

Episode 35

Date: September 18, 2009

Title: 3.2 Forms Service

Panel: Gavin Cornwell and Yong Qu

Web Recording: http://alfresco.na5.acrobat.com/p44022505/

Presentation Slides: http://code.google.com/p/alfresco-forms-service-examples/

Show Notes:

Gavin Cornwell, Alfresco Senior Developer, and Yong Qu, Alfresco Chief Solutions Architect, introduced Alfresco 3.2 Forms Service with focus on extension and customization.

Episode 34

Date: August 21st, 2009

Title: Alfresco Drupal Integration

Panel: Rich McKnight and Yong Qu

Web Recording: http://alfresco.na3.acrobat.com/p39276522/

Presentation Slides: N/A

Show Notes:

Our guest speaker was Rich McKnight, Alfresco Senior Consultant. Rich is a Senior Technologist with over 25 years of technology experience in a number of different disciplines including enterprise content management, web site development, telecommunications, equity trading systems and computer aided engineering.His demo will show how it is possible to take content managed in Alfresco as web forms and deploy it to a web site running as a Drupal instance. In this demo all web form content being deployed to the Drupal web site will be stored in Drupal as native Drupal nodes.

Episode 33

Date: August 7, 2009

Title: Alfresco Subsystems

Panel: David Ward and Yong Qu

Web Recording: http://alfresco.na3.acrobat.com/p59982378

Presentation Slides: N.A.

Show Notes:

David Ward, Alfresco Senior Developer, and Yong Qu, Alfresco Chief Solutions Architect, introduced Alfresco Subsystems. David and Yong talked about how this new feature significantly simplifies system configuration and administration with a demo on configuring LDAP Authentication Chain.

Episode 32

Date: July 24th, 2009

Title: Alfresco Daeja Integration

Panel: Yong Qu

Web Recording: http://alfresco.na3.acrobat.com/p11654204/

Presentation Slides: http://[placeholder]

Show Notes:

Yong Qu, Alfresco Chief Solutions Architect, introduced Alfresco/Daeja( http://www.daeja.com) integration. Yong talked about how the Daeja ViewONE Pro is integrated as custom viewer and content annotation tool for Alfresco DM, Alfresco Share and Alfresco Workflow.

Episode 31

Date: Friday July 17th, 2009

Title: Alfresco Community 3.2

Panel: Mike Farman

Web Recording: http://alfresco.na3.acrobat.com/p41365109/

Podcast Recording: N.A.

Show Notes:

Mike Farman, Alfresco Product Manager, introduced Alfresco Community 3.2. Mike talked about new features, enhancements, upgrade path etc.

Episode 30

Date: June 10

Title: Collaborative Editing for Alfresco

Panel: Jason Harrop

Web Recording: http://alfresco.na3.acrobat.com/p10455067/

Presentation Slides: http://www.slideshare.net/quyong2000/plutext-alfresco-tech-talk

Show Notes:

Jason Harrop of Plutext demonstrated and explained the workings of an AMP which adds collaborative editing to Alfresco, so everyone in a team can work on a Word document at the same time, without having to make copies and manually reconcile changes. For those interested in wikis, the AMP also supports a wiki made up of Word documents.

Episode 29

Date: June 10

Title: Introduction to ActiveVOS

Panel: Victor Chan and John Judy

Web Recording: http://alfresco.na3.acrobat.com/p39834805/

Presentation Slides: http://www.slideshare.net/quyong2000/final-alfresco-active-endpoints-tech-talk-live-june-12-2009

Show Notes:

Victor Chan and John Judy , Senior Solutions Architects at Active Endpoints, talked about how you can use the ActiveVOS http://www.ActiveVOS.com Business Process Management System (BPMS) and the Alfresco CMS to deliver integrated, end-to-end applications. With its ease-of-use, standards-compliance and affordability, Victor and John demonstrated how ActiveVOS can be used to rapidly incorporate advanced workflows within existing installations and solutions, including process governance, task management and rich process visibility.

Demo download link: http://www.activevos.com/alfresco-download.php

Episode 28

Date: June 5

Title: Alfresco Share Extensions

Panel: Russ Danner

Web Recording: http://alfresco.na3.acrobat.com/p63714195/

Podcast Recording: N.A.

Show Notes:

Russ Danner, Senior Architect at Rivet Logic, talked about how the Alfresco DM repository, Share and WCM can be used in concert with one another to create a superior authoring and management solution for enterprise and Web content. Russ demonstrated how, through simple extensions to Share, Alfresco provides first-class collaboration around content that is intended for many consumption channels including the Web, wire feeds, PDF, print and so on.

Episode 27

Date: May 15st, 2009

Title: CMIS Dashlet

Panel: Ugo Cei

Web Recording: http://alfresco.na3.acrobat.com/p78863633/

Podcast Recording: N.A.

Show Notes:

Ugo is Principal Consultant at Sourcesense, Europe’s leading Open Source systems integrator. He has more than 15 years’ expertise in enterprise software architecture development using Web- and Java-based technologies.

His passion for Open Source was ignited when curiosity caused him to install a Linux distribution received in error; today he is an active committer and Project Management Committee member on several initiatives at the Apache Software Foundation.

Ugo is an Alfresco Certified Trainer and is continuously delivering Alfresco courses in Italy, Holland and United Kingdom.

He is a regular presenter at Open Source events and conferences, such as OSCON, RailsConf, and ApacheCon.

Ugo showed us how to leverage CMIS in a portal environment to build a generic repository browser portlet.

Episode 26

Date: May 1st, 2009

Title: Web Scripts Testing Framework

Panel: Hernan Seoane

Web Recording: http://alfresco.na3.acrobat.com/p99379474/

Podcast Recording: N.A.

Show Notes:

Hernan Seoane is a Java Developer at Globant (Argentina) currently working as a contractor for Orbitz Worldwide. He’s been developing in Java for 3 years, mainly focusing on Web applications, and especially Content Management Systems. Since last year, he’s been working with the Orbitz team to develop customizations of Alfresco that provide advanced features to handle their site content.

Hernan talked about a Web Script Testing Framework which he designed with Martin Moreyra (Developer, Globant). The testing framework is an Alfresco extension that allows developers to test their Alfresco Web Scripts using what they refer to as Test Web Scripts.

Episode 25

Date: April 17th, 2009

Title: FSR Callbacks

Panel: Peter Monks

Web Recording: http://alfresco.na3.acrobat.com/p10687876/

Podcast Recording: N.A.

Show Notes:

Peter talked about the WCM deployment forge project that he has been working on. His presentation and demonstration were focused on the best practices in using FSR Callbacks.

Episode 24

Date: April 3rd, 2009

Title: Surf Deployment

Panel: Ben Hagan

Web Recording: http://alfresco.na3.acrobat.com/p76035939/

Podcast Recording: N.A.

Show Notes:

Ben talked about using WCM with a SURF web application – A demonstration of configuring Alfresco WCM for deploying and consuming WCM content from a SURF web application.

Episode 23

Date: March 20th, 2009

Title: Adobe AIR-based Share Activity Feed App and Lightweight Tracking System

Panel: Luis Sala and Yong Qu

Web Recording: http://alfresco.na3.acrobat.com/p23672517/

Podcast Recording: N.A

Show Notes:

Luis demoed his Adobe AIR-based desktop app that retrieves activity feeds from Alfresco Share. Yong showed his light weight tracking system he built for Alfresco Share.

Episode 22

Date: March 6th, 2009

Title: Kofax/Alfresco Integration

Panel: Jason Jolley

Web Recording: http://alfresco.na3.acrobat.com/p14235762/

Show Notes:

Jason Jolley is Director of Application Development at Micro Strategies, Inc. He demoed a new Alfresco Kofax Release Script built upon the power of Alfresco’s Web Script Framework. The presentation includes a detailed architecture discussion and a demonstration of how to configure and customize the release script.

Episode 21

Date: February 20th, 2009

Title: CMIS Explorer

Panel: Shane Johnson

Web Recording: http://alfresco.na3.acrobat.com/p95488711/

Show Notes:

Shane Johnson, a senior consultant at CITYTECH, demonstrated the CMIS Explorer as a means of showcasing CMIS. He talked briefly about ATOM. For each functional item in the explorer Shane showed the CMIS services called behind the scenes. After the demo, he also discussed a few more services in detail. Finally, he wrapped it up by discussing how/why/when CMIS should be used.


1. CMIS Explorer

a. Repository Info (Properties & Capabilities)

b. Types

c. Browser (Children)

I. Drag n Drop (Create Document)

II. Dran n Drop (Get Content Stream)

d. Search (Query)

2. Additional Services

a. Create Folder

b. Delete Object

c. Set Content Stream

d. Check-In/Out

e. Cancel Check-Out

f. Get All Versions

g. Get Type Definition

h. Get Checked-Out Documents

3. Why CMIS?

Episode 20

Date: February 6. 2009

Title: Developing Web Studio Components

Panel: Luis Sala

Web Recording: http://alfresco.na3.acrobat.com/p88069283/

Show Notes:

Luis Sala goes through the process of developing a basic component for Web Studio.

Episode 19

Date: January 23, 2009

Title: Alfresco Workflows

Panel: Brian Robinson

Web Recording: http://alfresco.na3.acrobat.com/p55771091/

Show Notes:

Brian Robinson walks us through the details of Alfresco's workflow features.

Episode 18

Date: January 9th, 2009

Title: FlexSpacesAir and Calais Integration

Panel: Steve Reiner

Web Recording: http://alfresco.na3.acrobat.com/p54262181/

Podcast Recording: No MP3 available

Show Notes:

Steve Reiner, Architect and Founder of Integrated Semantics (flex for enterprise 3.0 blog ) which is developing an open source suite of Flex apps / Flex UI platform (FlexSpaces, FlexibleShare+BI, etc.) for open source enterprise software products.

Steve talked about and demoed the Calais Integration as well as FlexSpacesAir, an Flex-based UI for Alfresco.

Note from Steve: good screen sharing on the correct screen starts at time 10:30 in the recording


Episode 17

Date: December 19th, 2008

Title: Alfresco on PHP Day

Panel: Luis Sala and Yong Qu

Web Recording: http://alfresco.na3.acrobat.com/p23092708/

Podcast Recording: No MP3 available

Show Notes:

Luis Sala talked about and demoed the Joomla/Alfresco Integration which has just been available to the community. Luis also showed the latest MediaWiki integration.

Yong Qu demoed some initial work for Alfresco/Drupal Integration.

Episode 16

Date: December 5th, 2008

Title: Alfresco Zimlet and Webscript for Web Form

Panel: Yong Qu

Web Recording: http://alfresco.na3.acrobat.com/p51575719/

Podcast Recording: No MP3 available

Show Notes:

Yong demoed some new features of Alfresco Zimlet which allows users to archive email into Alfresco repository through drag-n-drop and also search Alfresco documents directly from Zimbra web interface.

Yong also demoed a WCM extension that was developed by Peter Monks, Alfresco Director of Service, which enables WCM Web Forms to generate dynamic schema components through webscripts instead of JSPs on Virtualization Server

Episode 15

Date: November 21st, 2008

Title: Web Studio Update

Panel: Michael G. Uzquiano and Yong Qu

Web Recording: http://alfresco.na3.acrobat.com/p22333671/

Podcast Recording: No MP3 available

Show Notes:

Michael G. Uzquiano gave us an update on Web Studio, Alfresco’s Visual Web Development Tool for SURF Framework.

Yong Qu demoed an extension that does transformation for WCM documents and images.

Episode 14

Date: November 7st, 2008

Title: Cloud Computing and CMIS Dashlet

Panel: James Urquhart and Richard Im

Web Recording: http://alfresco.na3.acrobat.com/p46691391/

Podcast Recording: No MP3 available

Show Notes:

James talks about Cloud Computing. Richard shows his CMIS based dashlet for Alfresco share.

Episode 13

Date: October 24th, 2008

Title: Alfresco Community Updates, Rule Condition Customization and Google Gadget Dashlet.

Panel: Nancy Garrity, Jean Barmash and Yong Qu

Web Recording: http://alfresco.na3.acrobat.com/p14964978/

Podcast Recording: No MP3 available

Show Notes:

Nancy Garrity, Alfresco Community Manager, gives us an update on Alfresco Community. Jean Barmash talks about ARMA conference and show a custom rule condition for Javascript. Yong Qu shows a Google Gadget dashlet for Alfresco Share.

Episode 12

Date: October 10th, 2008

Title: Alfresco S3 Connector and Share Customization

Panel: Luis Sala and Yong Qu

Web Recording: http://alfresco.na3.acrobat.com/p42397884/

Podcast Recording: No MP3 available

Show Notes:

Luis Sala presents the Alfresco Amazon S3 connector he developed and did a short demo on the connector. Yong Qu showed the looking-n-feel customization he did on Alfresco share including a custom theme, a drag-n-drop and resizable layout, a custom chrome which enabels dashlet resizing and a custom page.

Episode 11

Date: September 19th, 2008

Title: CMIS Talk

Panel: Jean Barmash, Luis Sala, David Caruana

Web Recording: http://alfresco.na3.acrobat.com/p27619337/

Podcast Recording: No MP3 available

Show Notes:

We discuss the recently introduced CMIS draft specification.

Episode 10

Date: September 5. 2008

Title: Resources Galore

Panel: Jean Barmash & Co.

Web Recording: http://alfresco.na3.acrobat.com/p28942424/

Podcast Recording: No MP3 available

Show Notes:

Jean goes through an overview of Alfresco's online resources for the community.

Episode 9

Date: August 29, 2008

Title: Java-Backed Web Scripts and Orbeon Integration

Panel: Lee Faus

Web Recording: http://alfresco.na3.acrobat.com/p83023930/

Podcast Recording: No MP3 Available.

Show Notes:

Lee Faus takes us through a Web Script that masquerades as an admin user and leverages that script to integrate with the Orbeon XForms tool.

Episode 7

Date: August, 7th 2008

Title: Surf & Share

Panel: Jean Barmash, Yong Qu, Peter Monks, others.

Web Recording: http://alfresco.na3.acrobat.com/p81993176/

Show Notes:

We review Alfresco Labs 3, Alfresco Share, look at a few components created with Alfresco Surf, and talk about how to create dynamic drop downs in Alfresco, as well as answer a few questions.

Episode 6

Date: TBD

Web Recording: http://alfresco.na3.acrobat.com/p23762131/

Show Notes:

Overview of Zimbra integration, Optaros' Custom UI and Alfresco Share (aka Slingshot)

Episode 5

Date: June 27th, 2008

Web Recording: http://alfresco.na3.acrobat.com/p24609688/

Episode 4

Date: June 13, 2008

Title: So much to say, so little time!

Panel: Luis Sala, Jean Barmash, Steve Reiner

Web Recording: http://alfresco.acrobat.com/p86643473/

Podcast Recording: http://s3.alfrescodemo.com/ttl/TechTalkLive0004.mp3

Show Notes:

In this session, we talk about

  1. Alfresco email integration
  1. Alfresco Cluster Images for Amazon EC2 - http://ihatecubicle.blogspot.com/2008/05/alfresco-cluster-in-compute-cloud.html
  1. FlexSpaces - http://www.integratedsemantics.org
  1. Alfresco 3.0 / Slingshot

Episode 3

Date: June 6th, 2008

Title: Acrobat and Slingshot

Panel: Luis Sala, Jared Ottley, Michael Uzquiano

Web Recording: http://alfresco.acrobat.com/p96891573/

Podcast Recording: No MP3 is currently available

Show Notes:

In this session we talk about Acrobat.com, Google Gadgets, Simple Wiki, and Alfresco 3.0 / Slingshot.

Episode 2

Date: May 16, 2008

Title: Clusters and clusters, Oh My!

Panel: Luis Sala, Michael Uzquiano, Peter Monks, Michael Farman, Jean Barmash

Web Recording: http://alfresco.acrobat.com/p93254932/

Podcast Recording: No MP3 is currently available

Show Notes:

In this episode we discuss the NYC Meetup, clustering tips and tricks, a little about WCM and some miscellaneous Alfresco topics.

Episode 1

Date: April 25, 2008

Title: Can you hear me now?

Panel: David Caruana, Luis Sala, Scott Davis, Jared Ottley, Jean Barmash, Richard Im, Jeff Potts

Web Recording: http://alfresco.acrobat.com/p18701924/

Podcast Recording: No MP3 is currently available.

Show Notes:

Aside from a few minor audio issues, our first episode went quite well. We talk about the Barcelona Community Conference, the 3.0 roadmap, WCM, ADW, LDAP, and Backups.

Questions Addressed (in rough order):

  1. Is it possible to let users be created on the fly when using Kerberos Authentication? I am asking because I have more than 100000 accounts where only a few will be using Alfresco. Now when I enable LDAP sync it will sync all accounts (including creating home spaces for them). This takes a long time.
  1. With regards to WCM and deploying on a remote server, I believe the remote server needs an Alfresco instance running on it - does that instance need access to the same DB as the authoring Alfresco instance?
  1. Are web forms going to be available on the DM Side?
  1. How do you do archiving with Alfresco?
  1. How do you backup Alfresco without shutting it down? (Hot Backups)
  1. Is it possible to list the users in workflow without having to sync them?
  1. We are thinking of deploying Alfresco on a Virtual Server running Centos with 4GB of RAM, 250GB Oracle DB, and 1TB Filestore. Is 4GB adequate for that?
  1. Is there a way to run a script with "admin" authority? So we can move a document to the folder that the user running the script does not have access to?

Episode 41

Date: February 5th, 2010

Title: Frevvo Alfresco Integration

Panel: Yuri de Wit

Web Recording: http://alfresco.na5.acrobat.com/p66027461/

Presentation Slides: N.A.

Show Notes:

Yuri de Wit is a co-founder of frevvo, based in Connecticut, USA. He has over 15 year’s expertise in software architecture and development for commercial products using Web- and Java-based technologies. Prior to frevvo he was an architect at Metaserver, Inc., a firm selling a Business Process Management (BPM) product into the insurance and financial industries.

Yuri demonstrated frevvo’s capabilities and how its inherent XML and XML Schema capabilities can be used to create and edit content schemas in Alfresco, and possibly more.

Episode X

Date: TBD

Title: TBD

Panel: TBD

Web Recording: http://[placeholder]

Presentation Slides: http://[placeholder]

Show Notes:

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