buddycloud (see buddycloud.org and buddycloud.com) is a set of software components and protocols to create a Federated Social Web. Such Distributed Social Media do not depend on proprietary platforms. The components of buddycloud are available as Open Source (Apache License 2.0).
October 15, 2012
by Rens Admiraal
Last september you could read about the VIE and Create.js implementation in TYPO3 Phoenix. Now roughly a month has passed, and the first alpha release of the product is released. The codename is dropped, and the product is now named … Continue reading
OpenCms 8 – Experiences, Possibilities, Potentials September 24 to 25, 2012 – Cologne, Germany Joining Alkacon at the end of 2008 and being the third time speaker on OpenCms Days, I’m still impressed by the huge impact OpenCms has around … Continue reading
Now that our project for the Early Adopter Programme has been completed, it’s time to look at what has been accomplished: The goals of the project were to develop a generic PHP library for integration into various frameworks and applications, … Continue reading
In may 2012 the TYPO3 Phoenix team was asked to become early adaptor of the IKS Project. Not much has been published since then, but results have been booked in the meantime! TYPO3 Phoenix is the next generation CMS of … Continue reading