Written by ilgrossoWorking on IAM you might have heard of the "Open Identity Stack": here's some Open Source alternatives
Written by ilgrosso1.2.0 brings enhancements in several areas: REST, workflow, notifications, resource management, ...
Written by ilgrossoThe upcoming new stable version 1.2.0 brings - among a whole lot of new features - the availability of .deb packages for getting started with Apache Syncope on Debian or Ubuntu.
Written by ilgrossoBesides "official" resources GitHub shows interesting Syncope derivative projects
Written by ilgrossoOpen data & mobility: hot topics, in Open Source flavor.
Written by ilgrossoThe Apache Syncope team is pleased to announce the release of Syncope 1.0.9 (Espressivo) and 1.1.7 (Ad libitum): besides other things, these releases contain a security fix for CVE-2014-0111: upgrade from previous 1.0.X / 1.1.X versions is strongly suggested.
Written by ilgrossoThe Apache Syncope team is pleased to announce the release of Syncope 1.1.6 (Ad libitum). This sixth maintenance version fixes few important bugs and introduces some interesting improvements: more details below.
Written by ilgrossoEnd of year is time for balance, and mailing list discussion is probably the most important metrics of an open source project, at least when such project is part of The Apache Software Foundation, whose motto is Community over code. So why don't take a look at mailing list archives? Rob Weir did it recently for Apache OpenOffice and this was of inspiration for applying the same approach to Apache Syncope, using some good old shell scripting and Wordle app. Let's take a look at the results.