Blogging on how content should be managed

Page updated

Lukas did a good job updating the pages to get them point to the current 2.0 release.

If you want to play with the latest Pier, you can head to the download section and get the latest distribution.

Posted by Tudor Girba at 20 September 2011, 9:22 pm comment link

Getting started screencast

Damien Cassou, Christoph Budzinsky, and Laurent Laffont put together a nice screencast that shows how to:

  • setup Pier for a minimal web site, and
  • configure persistency.

Getting started with Pier from Laurent Laffont on Vimeo.

Posted by Tudor Girba at 4 October 2010, 9:45 am comment link

Moose gets a new Pier skin

Moose, the analysis platform, got a new Pier-based skin. You can find it at: moosetechnology.org

It uses the latest Pier and it includes two new addons:

  • latest Citezen (extended recently by Oscar Nierstrasz) to manage publications
  • a UML generator that takes a specification written in the MSE format and generates a UML diagram
Posted by Tudor Girba at 27 December 2009, 12:49 pm comment link

Follow changes with diffs

Lukas just announced a nice Pier project: he is working on a diff mechanism. While the development is still ongoing, it already proves to add quite a bit of value when administrating a website.

Posted by Tudor Girba at 28 September 2009, 10:26 pm comment link

ICSM 2010 is powered Pier

The site of the ICSM 2010 is powered by Pier. ICSM stands for International Conference on Software Maintenance, and it is the premier international event in the field of software maintenance.

Posted by Tudor Girba at 22 September 2009, 12:14 am comment link
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