6-8:30PM, Tuesday September 24 | Ink 43 Hotel, 653 11th Avenue, New York, NY.
Join your fellow New York area Alfrescans to discuss the trials, tribulations, and successes of their Alfresco projects.
We'll hear from Mitchell Brodsky, Digital Archive Manager at the New York Philharmonic. Mitch will talk about how they've used Alfresco to make the New York Philharmonic's archives available to the public.
And we'll hear from Jeff Potts, Alfresco's Chief Community Officer, who will share some ideas on how to get involved in the Alfresco community. If anyone technical is in attendance, Jeff will show how to get started using CMIS, which is the preferred API for working with the repository.
We have room on the agenda for other topics, so please suggest some or volunteer to give a brief talk.
As this is the first New York City meetup we've had in a while, we'll also discuss plans for the group going forward, so come with ideas and suggestions on how the group should take shape.
Space is limited so make sure you RSVP.