Friday, June 27, 2008
Tevere Flow project
Finally I decided to create the Tevere Flow project starting from the Tevere Workflow module of Roma Meta Framework. In the next days I'll move the sources from Roma repository to the Tevere space hosted in Source Forge.
The idea is to provide a complete Open Source Workflow product with a Web User Interface. Tevere module is already used in production in several systems and it's appreciated for the easy to use and the Web front end: no other products can offer it!
The domain for Tevere Flow is: http://www.tevereflow.org. The web site will be active in few days with a web 2.0 look and feel. The project (still pending) in Source Forge is available here: https://sourceforge.net/projects/tevere.
Do you like the logo? It was created by Giordano Maestro (one of main committers of the Tevere Workflow module). On top of the hills you can see the colosseum (part of Roma Meta Framework logo) and the Tevere river in the middle of their. Tevere ("Tiber" in english) is the river that divide the Roma city in two parts. You can find a history of it on Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tiber
Stay tuned for the official launch!