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Alfresco 2.0 Available - now GPL with FLOSS

Question asked by paulhh on Feb 22, 2007
Latest reply on Feb 27, 2007 by kevinr
We would like to announce that the V2.0 Community Release of Alfresco is now available.  This release introduces a number of new features, including:
    - GPL with FLOSS exception
        - Web Content Managment 1.0 with:
       
      - Web Project Wizard
              - Forms Management Wizard
              - Website Development and Staging
              - XML Content Authoring
              - FreeMarker, XSL and XSL-FO transformations
              - Virtualization and In-Context Preview
              - Workflow for change sets

        - Federated Search
        - OpenSearch support
        - Add-on Module Management
        - Tree Navigation (AJAX)
        - Multilingual Services
The licensing change to GPL with a FLOSS exception brings a whole new world of opportunities to projects wnating to work with Alfresco.  Details about the implications of the change will be on our web site here:
http://www.alfresco.com/legal/licensing/

The default configuration for all the bundles is HSQL.  There are instructions that can be found after installation that explain how to easily revert to MySQL.

The installer bundles have more configuration options for selecting which type of database you wish to use, and locations for storing content and indexes.

The open source version is available to download at: http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=143373

Release notes for V2.0 can be found in our wiki here: http://wiki.alfresco.com/wiki/Release_2.0

Please see http://www.alfresco.com if you are interested in the Enterprise Network edition.

Thank you again for your continued support,

The Alfresco Team.

IMPORTANT NOTE: It seems to take at least 24 hours for SourceForge to update its mirrors for the downloads to become available!

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