Hello World!

I am starting this blog to share my experiences that may be useful to other people. And the kick off for this, is the announce that I have been selected to participate in Google Summer of Code 2014 program. You can see my name listed in the accepted project list!

I am really happy for this opportunity and I expect that this idea can be very helpful for the jBPM community, and I also expect that more people of my country gets to know this program and can apply in the future. It is really important to help the open source community to grow, contributing whatever and from the place you can.

About the project I will be working in the next few months, I will provide more details in a new post in the next days. Basically, there is a common requirement to integrate a BPM System with some Content Management System. You may want to have for example, your digital documents in some a CMS to be used there, and you want to be able to manage them inside the business processes, upload them, take a look at them and take decisions based in this content.

The idea in this project in provide a module in the jBPM Workbench for integrating with a CMS in a generic and pluggable way so that any CMS could be used, using the capabilities of CMIS. The initial integration will be done with a powerful and cool product, which is also open source, which is Magnolia.

My mentor for this project will be Mauricio Salatino, aka salaboy. He has been building the new jBPM Workbench, he has extensive knowledge, not only technical, about jBPM and Drools world, and he will be able to help me with this integration.

If you have some opinion or ideas, please share them with me, as it will enrich this integration. Next post will have some ideas about the screens and integration points I have in mind, that I will be working with my mentor.

 

Thanks a lot and I will come back soon!
Nico.

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2 thoughts on “Hello World!

  1. I will be following your work with interest! We are using jBPM 6 (custom front-end connecting via REST) and Alfresco. I’ll be interested if your work will be adaptable to our use cases.

  2. Hi Ken, great to hear about your interest. Any idea, feedback, suggestion is welcome!
    Well, now you have one more post to see what are the first points of this project…

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