Forrester Groundswell Awards honors initiatives that represent excellent and effective use of social technologies to advance an organizational or corporate goal.
CDS Global choose Liferay Portal 6.1 EE GA2 for implmenting our new Share Chain. Liferay's Open Source roots such as the power to take control of the software and customize it to our needs allowed us to quickly and easily implement the new requirements.
The Share Chain uses Liferay's Message Board componement to allow employees to request collective support for spreading important news across an individuals' social networks.
Harnassing the power of a customized Asset Publisher along with Tags and Catergories we can easily aggregate many types of content into a centrailized Social Business Hub page in Liferay including the entries from the Share Chain Message Board.
A Forrester Groundswell award would be very benficial for both Liferay and CDS Global as a whole. Please take a moment and vote by clicking the link below and looking for "My rating: " below the screenshot in the right-hand column.
Our submission: CDS Global's Social Business Hub: Share Chain (http://groundswelldiscussion.com/groundswell/awards/detail.php?id=1007)
Social Business Showcase: http://cdsglobalgroundswell.tumblr.com/
With the release of the Liferay IDE 1.1 I got to thinking it would be really cool to try and build the Social Office Trunk using the Liferay IDE. I thought I could get a way with using Liferay Portal nightly builds and then build Social Office on top of that. As it turns out its still easier to check out the Portal trunk and build it manually and then add Social Office on top of that.
In the end I was able to convert all of the components that make up Social Office into Liferay IDE projects and deploy them to a Liferay 6.1 trunk build.
The procedure for building SO Trunk using the Liferay IDE can be found in the Wiki Article: Building the Social Office Trunk using the Liferay IDE
The article assumes that the following Wiki Article was used to setup the initial development environment: Liferay 6.0 Development on Ubuntu Maverick 10.10, but they can be adapted to the platform of your choice.
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