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Nuxeo’s The Promises of Modern Chemistry blog entry is actually about the progress of the Apache Chemistry project, and of upcoming CMIS support in the Nuxeo open source ECM platform:
The current Chemistry code base has an initial version of the API/SPI together with some actual implementations around the AtomPub protocol. Already Chemistry can talk to itself (AtomPub client talking to AtomPub server) and store data in-memory (which is very handy for unit tests). Outside of the Apache code base, Nuxeo has also coded a backend to provide access to Nuxeo 5.2 repositories using Chemistry. Generic CMIS AtomPub clients like CMIS Explorer are able to see a Nuxeo repository through Chemistry for instance.
Read more on the Nuxeo blog.
Seen on the Alfresco blog:
While we’re closing the last few tasks for our imminent Alfresco Labs 3.2 release, I thought I’d give another status update on our Draft CMIS Implementation.