Nuxeo CPS (Collaborative Portal Server) is a content management system and framework for building collaborative applications (groupware, e-learning, workflow, knowledge management). It is simple to set up, and can be extended using either a web or a programatic interface, using a component and services-based architecture. Components include: directory (LDAP) and address book management, webmail, shared calendaring, and a workflow editor. Nuxeo is cross-platform and based on the Zope application server and the Zope CMF content management framework. It is in use by (among others) the French ministries of Interior, of Economy, of Defense and the Prime Minister, and the French atomic energy commision (CEA).
DocumentationDocumentation is available and will be updated on http://www.cps-project.org/ . API reference is available at http://api.nuxeo.org/CPS3/
released on 20 April 2005
Paid supportNuxeo SARL provides commercial support. See http://www.nuxeo.com/en/
|License||Verified by||Verified on||Notes|
|GPLv2||Janet Casey||20 February 2004|
Leaders and contributors
|See the CREDITS.txt files in the distribution for a complete list||Contributor|
|Nuxeo CPS Developers||Maintainer|
Resources and communication
|Developer||VCS Repository Webview||http://cvstrac.nuxeo.org/|
|Developer||VCS Repository Webview||http://cvs.nuxeo.org/|
|Required to use||Zope 2.6.4 or Zope 2.7.0|
|Required to use||Zope 2.6.1|
This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 21 April 2005.
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