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Come on, an Alfresco image is even offered by Amazon, you can download the
Community version, which is certified only to work with OpenSource, so the
only problem is that it doesn't work with proprietary SW (e.g. Windows). You
can try it out yourself:

There are other big, medium & small vendors offering services and
integrating Alfresco to their business.

And here you find the SourceCode:


On Thu, Jan 20, 2011 at 15:47, Michael Meeks <>wrote:

On Thu, 2011-01-20 at 13:45 +0100, Florian Effenberger wrote:
So, don't take this as a refusal, but just a question for the ease of
use: Would theoretically hosting Alfresco on one of our servers also be
an option to consider, or do you see huge advantages of having it on

        JFWIW - Alfresco looks like an, single-vendor
dominated, copyright-assignment-based, pseudo-Free-Software project to
me :-)

       As such, I'm no fan of it personally; but luckily I don't have to
it ;-) so if there is nothing else that works well for the job perhaps
we have to. Do we have to run it ourselves though ? [ surely we could
just give a domain-name re-direct to David's existing machine ].



--  <><, Pseudo Engineer, itinerant idiot

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