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Additional info for the request: is being used in conjunction with

In addition to the server itself, one would require 2 IP addresses -
one for each subdomain. is where contributors log-in to do work. is the publicly-browsable interface. It enables
people to browse and download content from the Alfresco platform
without logging-in. More particularly, it serves up links to content
that one can post on the docs sections on the TDF wiki and
libreoffice. org.

Work is in progress on to make it better adapted
to the need.

Jeff Potts of the Alfresco project has developed and deployed a
CMIS-based browser. He is now waiting for feedback from the docs team,
via me, so as to adapt it to their specific desires.

For instance, it could display meta data extracted from each document
(to be defined with the docs team... and any other interested users).

It would also be feasible to incorporate online doc previewing. This
is a feature existing within Alfresco, drawing on
LibreOffice/OpenOffice, that gives you a "print preview" of a file,
from within the Alfresco interface.

The Alfresco Share platform at has
long been fully completed.

The CMIS browser at is perfectly
functional, but is still a work in progress (let's say it's 80%

David Nelson

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