[nycbug-talk] Document Manager as part of Ports Tree?
mspitzer at gmail.com
Wed Apr 6 08:20:42 EDT 2011
On Mon, Apr 4, 2011 at 2:54 PM, Matt Juszczak <matt at atopia.net> wrote:
> Hi folks,
> I'm looking for a document manager that easily allows me to upload/store
> documents and categorize them into folders, available via a web interface.
> The reason I'm posting this on a FreeBSD list is that I'd like to see if
> there's anything good available in the ports tree, so that I don't need to
> manage something separately (dokuwiki, etc. I already use and that's all in
> the ports collection already). I guess I could always make my own port of
> something if need be.
> Does anyone use anything like this on their FreeBSD systems? I've looked
> into Owl and KnowledgeTree.
I don't know if this is any good or not, came up in a google search
for something related:
Alfresco offers true Open Source Enterprise Content Management (ECM) -
Document Management, Collaboration, Records Management, Knowledge
Management, Web Content Management and Imaging.
* Document Management
* Web Content Management
* Records Management
* Image Management
* Content Repository
Alfresco uses best-of-breed Open Source technologies such as Spring,
Hibernate, Lucene, modern standards such as JSR-168, JSR-170, Web
Services, Java Server Faces and contributions from the open source
community to get higher quality software produced more quickly at much
Alfresco is built by a team with 15 years experience in this space,
including the co-founder of Documentum, VP of Web Content Management
of Interwoven, and other senior industry players.
Alfresco allows users to access a simple to use, Intelligent Virtual
File System from their native application or portal with the full
power of an Enterprise Content Management System.
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