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Open Source / Free Software for Effective Industry 4.0

Programme and Information about the Industry 4.0 Meetup by Nexedi GmbH and Fraunhofer IAO on November 12th, 2018 in Stuttgart with Amarisoft, Linutronix, Olimex and Télécom ParisTech.
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Nexedi at Coderbunker Shanghai: Prospering with 100% Free Software

Next week Jean-Paul will present Nexedi and our free software solutions at Coderbunker in Shanghai. The topic of the techtalk will be to introduce the tools used daily by Nexedians and how it is possible to run a succesfull business with free/open-source software.
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Wendelin: core version 0.5 upgrade and performance tests

Wendelin Core was upgraded to version 0.5 adding support for two different formats of data storage. We compare their performance against MariaDB and look ahead.
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Wendelin: new 0.4 alpha announced

Wendelin has just announced the new 0.4 alpha release. This release focuses on reducing installation time for Debian 8.1 (64bit) while also fixing a number of performance bugs and providing a fully functional development instance able to run live tests and allowing anyone to develop on top of Wendelin. This post also introduces the Wendelin research project, technical stack and provides a short tutorial on how to get started using Wendelin.
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ERP5: Open Source ERP Optimized for Thuraya IP

For an ongoing project we were required to run ERP5 on remote locations in China with no reliable internet access. We gave Thuraya a try, which provides internet access using their satellite broadband terminals and used a RenderJS-based HTML5 offline-capable ERP5 interface which stores and synchronizes data using jIO and runs on NayuOS ensuring a minimum of data being sent up- and downstream.
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OfficeJS: Nexedi releases HTML5 Jabber Client

Nexedi is a member of the Open PaaS research project aiming to develop an open-source alternative to Google Docs and other similar cloud-based solutions for communication and collaboration. As part of Open PAAS Nexedi has just released a new version of our XMPP Jabber Client on Officejs.com adding offline contact chat history availability and improved error handling.
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