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Oct 28, 2010

Dalla PloneConf: primi appunti

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Plone Conference 2010 a Bristol: come sta andando.

Il primo giorno è già andato.

Sempre interessante il keynote. Come tradizione lo ha tenuto Alexander Limi ma, quest'anno, accompagnato dall'altro fondatore di Plone,  Alan Runyan. 

Sempre tante le cose da seguire. Il tempo vola e ormai siamo a metà del secondo giorno.

I talk che ho seguito oggi sono stati sicuramente tutti interessanti, per vari motivi:

  • Faceted navigation on Plone - Alin Voinea, Eau de Web, Romania
  • When Plone is overkill - Tom Lazar, Jarn AS, Germany
  • Potential Plone Clients: How to Seal the Deal - Calvin Hendryx-Parker, Six Feet Up, Inc., United States
  • Theming with XDVLaurence Rowe, UK

In particolare mi ha interessato il talk di Calvin.

Interessante anche il talk che sto seguendo adesso tenuto da Massimo:

collective.amberjack: chapter one. The interactive age


A presto




Oct 27, 2010

Forms with the same alias is *still* a bad practice (Xpages Bug)

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Probably a bug found in XPages 8.5.2 engine

There is not to boast, but perhaps the development team RedTurtle found a bug in the engine of XPages 8.5.2.

It's happened during the development of an application where we had to connect a datasource to a Xpage. It appears that, in case you have two forms with the same alias, the list of available fields always refer to the first of two forms that is found in the list (we know, it's a very bad practice assigning same aliases to different forms, but we inherit this scenario from someone else...)

Only renaming the alias you obtain the right binding of the fields, even if the engine allows you to refer to the two blur.

By submitting the matter to two of the leading experts on the subject, Bob Balfe and John Mackey, we had confirmation that the problem exists.

UI Architect for IBM Workplace Designer has been alerted and will investigate the problem.

You will be posted ...

Oct 13, 2010

Oracle and IBM Collaborate to Accelerate Java Innovation Through OpenJDK

by fabio
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Oracle and IBM today announced that the companies will collaborate to allow developers and customers to build and innovate based on existing Java investments and the OpenJDK reference implementation. Specifically, the companies will collaborate in the OpenJDK community to develop the leading open source Java environment.

IBM press release