Friday, September 16, 2005

Two notes of interest

I finished up the iFolder project roadmap. It still needs work and constant updating, but at least we have one now!

Novell has a new homepage. If you look under Developers, you'll see that the iFolder Project made the front page. Very Cool!

Thursday, September 15, 2005

iFolder 3 Featured in Novell Connection Magazine

Novell's Connection Magazine has an article about migrating to Linux. In the article they have the following sections

Deploying Linux OES as a Standalone iFolder 3.1 Server
Preparing to Install iFolder 3.1 on Open Enterprise Server for Linux
Installing iFolder 3.1 on Open Enterprise Server for Linux
After Installing iFolder 3.1 on Open Enterprise Server for Linux

I particularly like the names of the iFolders they used!

iFolder Wiki in Spanish

Jorge Mauricio has begun his work of translating the iFolder Wiki to Spanish...Awesome! Jorge suggested we build a separate Wiki for the Spanish version but I'm not sure we can't have it all in the same Wiki yet. I'll probably be proved wrong once we have a lot of content. Check out the first document in Spanish here.

Wednesday, September 14, 2005

iFolder Wiki transition is complete

Our transition to the Wiki based iFolder site is complete. All of the documents we had posted on Novell's forge site have been moved and converted to Wiki documents. I'm hoping the transition and ability to easily add content will motivate people to contribute. Our site still lacks many documents, some of which I know are in the process of being added.

Thanks to everyone who helped!

Friday, September 09, 2005

iFolder 3.1 clients released

It's 5:00 on a Friday afternoon and we finally got the iFolder 3.1 clients posted to the new site. You can get to them by hitting the iFolder Download page. I'm spent and I'm going home to enjoy the weekend!

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