I want to thank everyone for attending the Open Source ECM event in Dallas this morning. In case you missed it, the slides I presented on “Assembling Enterprise 2.0 Solutions with Alfresco” are available on share.acrobat.com (which is powered by Alfresco, BTW) here.
The deck covers a bit about the general components of Enterprise 2.0 solutions and how a repository like Alfresco can be central to that architecture because it is so open. I then give a brief intro to web scripts (recycled from the talk I gave at the user conference in San Jose earlier this year) and walk through Endeca and a few other client examples.
I’ve also got some Alfresco-Ringside thoughts in there that include screenshots on the Alfresco-Facebook demo app running on Ringside and a list of potential features that might be interesting to implement with an Alfresco-Ringside combination.
Finally, I’ve got some never-before seen screenshots of the yet-to-be-announced Optaros-built streamlined Alfresco web client which we will release as an open source project under the GPLv3 soon.