Monthly Archives: November 2009

In other news


November 25, 2009 By

Welcome to the weekly roundup of blog posts that mention Nexus, Maven, and other projects that Sonatype developers contribute to. Getting Agile: HOWTO: Maven + StoryTestIQ + Selenium RC “StoryTestIQ is an automated acceptance testing tool, which was originally a mashup of 2 existing open source projects, Selenium and FitNesse. StoryTestIQ is many times shortened […]

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Nexus as Open Source Infrastructure: User Sign-Up


November 24, 2009 By
Tim O'Brien

If you’ve ever participated in an open source community like the Apache Software Foundation or Codehaus, you’ll know that there are hundreds (sometimes thousands) of participants and interested parties for projects such as Maven, httpd, or Tomcat. Communities like these are only able to communicate because individuals can sign up for mailing lists, issues trackers, […]

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Special Character Encoding Properties


November 19, 2009 By
Anders Hammar

The other week I listened to Dennis Lundberg’s presentation “Site creation with Maven” and learned something new. As most of us living outside the plain ASCII world have experienced, character encoding makes a big difference when it comes to ensuring that text remains readable. For XML files, the encoding can be defined through the XML […]

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In other news


November 18, 2009 By

Welcome to the weekly roundup of blog posts that mention Nexus, Maven, and other projects that Sonatype developers contribute to. Wakaleo Consulting: Parameterized web tests with Maven and Selenium “Selenium is a popular web testing framework, well known for the Selenium IDE, which lets you record and replay web tests in the form of HTML […]

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Nexus Professional's Support for Atlassian Crowd


November 17, 2009 By
Tim O'Brien

Atlassian’s Crowd is a single sign-on and identity management product that many organizations use to consolidate user accounts and control which users and groups have access to which applications. Nexus Professional contains an optional security plugin that allows you to configure Nexus to authenticate against an Atlassian Crowd instance. This blog post dives into the […]

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