One of the most remarkable pull requests to the public OXID eShop repository at GitHub in the recent past is #197: add full functional Travis CI configuration by @adriankirchner. Thanks a lot!
The very first European Community Leadership Summit will take place during LinuxTag in Berlin, on May 9th. Community Managers will meet to share their experience, speakers and sponsors still wanted. Please read on for more information visit this website: http://www.cls-europe.com
There are a lot of (even technical) things to know before you start your email campaign from your shopping cart solution. Please read this blog post to get a certain overview to the technical requirements.
On Friday, March 11th, our first local developer meet-up took place in Leipzig, Germany. Read who took part, what we were talking about and see some pictures of this event.
Whenever you can reach your community over a social networking service, you should consider doing so. However, to achieve a successful result, you have to do your research in advance. In this blog post, I would like to share my experiences (and the bumps I faced) when using Facebook to connect with the OXID community.
Spontaneously, I visited Chemnitzer Linux-Tage yesterday for the very first time and was really surprised. I talked to several very interesting project leaders such as Ubuntu Deutschland e.V., Communtu, YaCy, tine CRM and OTRS.
I will personally visit this year’s CeBIT in Hannover on March 04th and hope to can make some interesting contacts for the OXID Community. Drop me a line if you want to see me there.
A background story on how the the Russian language files became available to the OXID community.
Past few days, dev.oxidforge.org was launched. Still looking for a name, hassling with SVN uploads. Ralf uploaded SuperClix to eXchange.
dev.oxidforge.org will officially be announced tomorrow. We are still unsure about naming of the baby.