The day started in Australia, with Roy Wetherall developing new features on his ContentCraft addon and with Brian O’Neill team developing a new integration with Google Translation API to translate Alfresco contents to other languages.
After, european developers worked on several initiatives:
- Peter Löfgren and Bhagya Silva were migrating Kanban board from Jan Pfitzners to Alfresco 5.0
- Ole Hejlskov, the brand new Alfresco Software Evangelist, developed several samples for Alfresco SDK 2.0
- Martin Cosgrave, was playing with datavis for Alfresco behaviours
- I was adding functionalities for my folder-quota addon
- In Brussels, a large group of developers led by Boriss Mejias, started with an addon to manage several Alfresco instances from console commands
- Axel Faust, besides supporting the rest of us, was deleting components not required in CMIS to build a reduced Alfresco distribution
Finally came American developers, including:
- Richard Esplin, event coordinator, worked in the migration of some Alfresco addons from Google Code to GitHub
- Jeff Potts, author of the best Alfresco tutorials available, was expanding its Alfresco Developer Series to adapt it to the new Alfresco Maven SDK 2.0
- Bindu Wavell and his team, extended their addon for code generation using Yeoman
- Douglas C. R. Paes, investigated the way to build and addon to allow users select the entry page to Alfresco
These are some of the projects we could know during this day, others are listed at Alfresco Hack-a-thon wiki page. Moreover, upcoming May 6 Alfresco Tech Talk Live is devoted to show and demo all this projects.