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Posted over 14 years ago by patrick
The free and open source build and integration system cruisecontrol does now officially support Origo Release Notes: https://sourceforge.net/project/shownotes.php?release_id=609695 Download: https://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=23523
Posted over 14 years ago by dennisri
Please note that the current version of the Origo Mylyn connector has not yet been ported to the recently released Mylyn 3.0 framework. Currently it can only be used with Mylyn 2.2 & 2.3. It is planned to release an updated version in July which ... [More] should also be compatible with Eclipse 3.4 (Ganymede release). Once this version is released users are encouraged to switch to 3.0. cheers, The Origo Team [Less]
Posted over 14 years ago by patrick
It is now possible to download the dump of the SVN repository for backup purposes. The dump can be accessed under http://svn.origo.ethz.ch/dump/MYPROJECT/latest.tar.gz and is created nightly. The same access permissions as to the subversion repository apply (everyone that can access the repository can also access the dump). The Origo Team
Posted over 14 years ago by patrick
Because of a security problem with openssl in Debian, Origo upgraded all its SSL Certs. The Origo team
Posted over 14 years ago by dennisri
Until recently the program libmpr was available for download at http://libmpr.origo.ethz.ch. It facilitated the conversion of encrypted topological data in an open format. This program has been removed by ETH Zurich as maintainer of the Origo ... [More] platform. ETH Zurich hereby explicitly requests all users to stop using and distributing the before mentioned conversion program. Otherwise users risk the violation of third party rights, especially copyright violations which are not tolerated on the Origo platform. regards, The Origo team [Less]
Posted almost 15 years ago by uweiss
Today a few data portability and user profile features have been added to Origo, in an effort to open up Origo and to make data more accessible. features OpenID support OpenID is a secure way to log into many websites using a single ... [More] username and password. OpenID can reduce the necessity of managing many usernames and passwords for many websites. Profile Visibility settings FOAF export Friend of a Friend (FOAF) is a machine readable data format that represents people (yourself) and connections to others (your friends). Having your FOAF exported is optional and disabled by default; it can be enabled in your profile settings. A list of FOAF exporting sites SIOC export The SIOC initiative (Semantically-Interlinked Online Communities) aims to enable the integration of online community information. SIOC provides a Semantic Web ontology for representing rich data from the Social Web in RDF. Profile images are now resized after uploading The Origo Team read more [Less]
Posted almost 15 years ago by dennisri
Dear Origo users, Today we released updates for the Origo Mylyn connector and for the Origo Eclipse plug-in. The Origo platform itself has also been improved over the last week. In this blog post we will highlight the main features. The Origo Mylyn ... [More] connector 1.0.2 update finally supports offline editing. If a repository is in offline mode, changes can be saved locally and later on when network connectivity becomes available submitted to the Origo platform. The update also brings support for categorizing issues (e.g. defect or feature request). Categories are depicted with a small overlay in the task list and mapped to tags in the web based issue tracker. See the changelog for a complete list of changes. The update is available via the update site at http://download.origo.ethz.ch/mylyn/update-site/. The Eclipse plug-in update concentrates on usability improvements: The release dialog has been replaced by a more intuitive wizard (available via toolbar and File -> New... -> Oher... menu) which supports "platform guessing". It is no longer necessary to additionally download the command line API client. Preference changes are now applied immediately. The workitem view can now be refreshed manually. To see all changes have a look at the changelog. The Origo platform update brings several improvements for the wiki: It is now possible to trash wiki pages (simply click on the move to trash tab on a wiki page). Trashed wiki pages are not accessible from the outside. A convenient list of content provides a tabular listing of the project's web content (e.g. wiki pages, blog posts, issues, ...). The list of content is available from the left menu. Clicking on a tag now displays a nicely formatted list showing all items with the same tag. But there's more! We have another update planned this week for the origo platform which will bring new features (e.g. improved messaging and automated jabber roster generation) as well as bug fixes. Do not hesitate to post in the forums or on the issue tracker if something does not work as expected. As always we are eager to hear your feedback in the comments. Have fun developing on Origo, The Origo Team [Less]
Posted almost 15 years ago by patrick
Origo does now provide chat functionality. It uses the open standard XMPP, better known as Jabber. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jabber) You can use one of many Jabber clients (http://www.jabber.org) such as Psi (http://psi-im.org). Jabber-id: ... [More] YOURUSERNAME@jabber.origo.ethz.ch Password: YOURPASSWORD The Origo Jabber network is connected to the other jabber networks. The jabber server also supports conference rooms, which allows multiple people to directly talk with each other. Some of the Origo developers hang around in the room origo, so come by and say hello. [Less]
Posted almost 15 years ago by dennisri
Today we released a small update for the Origo Mylyn connector. It includes the following new features (see the changelog for a complete list): Supported priorities Automated issue hyperlinking: Simply type issue 123 in the issue description or ... [More] comment and Mylyn will automatically create a hyperlink to issue 123. Clicking it will open the issue in the task editor - simple, isn't it? Support for priorities: It is now possible to set the priority of an issue in the task editor. 5 different priority levels are available, ranging from Very Low to Very High. Tasks are automatically sorted by their priority in the task list and visual indicators make them easily distinguishable (see image on the right). Note for existing users: Synchronize all queries and the Priority attribute will pop up in the Attributes section of an issue. On the lighter side we added some of our internal design proposals for the new web site design below to give you a first impression (these are not final yet and therefore subject to change, it will still take some time until the new design does live). So, what do you think? Have fun working with Origo, The Origo Team [Less]
Posted almost 15 years ago by dennisri
Dear Origo users, Today we published the first release of the Mylyn connector for Origo. It integrates the Origo issue tracker into Eclipse by extending the Mylyn Framework. The connecter is directed at project members and owners with the main goal ... [More] to make their life easier. On one hand this is achieved by providing an integrated solution for handling issues and thereby avoiding unnecessary context switches. Examples: If you just fixed a bug you can close it directly inside of Eclipse and you don't have to switch to the browser. If you want to assign a bug to someone else in your team simply edit the bug. On the other hand the information overload is reduced by only displaying the issues of interest. This works very nicely when issue tagging is applied. E.g. you could setup a query like "Show me all bugs assigned to me with tags 'wiki' and 'urgent'). Queries are synchronized in the background and whenever a change is detected a notification is displayed. To learn more about the task management features of Mylyn have a look at this article. Features Create and edit issues and comments directly inside Eclipse (screenshot) Task list integration with filtering support Rich editing features (including content assist for tags and a preview for wiki formatted text inside the issue descriptions and comments) Support for custom queries (e.g. "my open bugs" or "wiki related bugs") (screenshot) Issue change notifications (screenshot) Missing pieces This first version does not yet support all features of Mylyn, most notably Attachment handling inside Mylyn Offline support Support for contexts Project planning features Requirements Eclipse 3.3 (untested for Eclipse 3.4) Mylyn 2.2 or 2.3 (update site - only the 'Mylyn Task List' feature is required) Installation The preferred way of installing the Origo connector is by using the update site available at http://download.origo.ethz.ch/mylyn/update-site/ For those wanting to install the plug-ins manually there is also a direct download available Feedback & Bugs If you find any bugs we would be glad if you could report them on the issue tracker for the Mylyn connector. Of course we appreciate any kind of feedback, either post in the comments or edit the feedback wiki page. Have fun playing (and working) with this new toy and don't forget to tell us what you think of it! [Less]