Lutèce, a modern CMF to meet the challenges of e-government

Speaker(s) : Jon Harper Alexandre Mangot Cédric Marneux

  • Language : Français
  • Nature : Conference
  • Date : Wednesday 8 July 2015
  • Schedule : 14h00
  • Duration : 40 minutes
  • Place : 124

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Threads : Accessibility

Lutèce, a CMF with more than 13 years of existence, surprises by the modernity and industrialisation it has shown.
Discover how this Content Management Framework allows to rethink the link between collectivities and users in 2015 and how the Paris Town Hall bases on Lutèce to offer innovative services to Parisians.

Discover also in foreplay version 5 which gives a great place to innovation through native support of:

federated research with soIR and ElasticSearch;
SSO, OpenID and Gravatar-like authentication;
integration of OpenStreetMap;
management of on-line appointment reservation;
stock reservation;
and many others

Lutèce, the free and accessible for CMF for everybody has again one shot in advance.

Jon Harper , Alexandre Mangot , Cédric Marneux

Parisian engineer doubly implicated in free software, Jon contributes on his free time to different free project, personal or public, since 2009, notably including Factor []. He is also agent of the Paris Town Hall and works on the Lutece CMF within the developers team.

Member of the free software expertise center of the Atos group since 2011, Alexandre develops and contributes to various free projects on a personal and professional ground. He brings his expertise into all phases of application development — from development to deployment — notably through the DevOps industrialization process. Member of the development team of the Lutèce project, he naturally participates to optimizing development management.

Web developer since 2008, Cédric is a fervent user of free software. He contributed to it regularly, notably to the Gentoo GNU/Linux distribution. Member of the developer team of Lutèce for a year, he contributes a precious expertise, notably concerning issues with accessibility.

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