An Alfresco Add-on can improve the capabilities of an Alfresco product, but is not shipped with the product. Examples include:
Community maintained language packs,
Integrations with external systems,
System administration tools
How is this different from the Solutions Showcase?
The Solutions Showcase details solutions based on Alfresco that are produced by Certified Alfresco Partners. A solution solves a business problem by a leveraging a mixture of Alfresco configuration, Alfresco customization, a collection of add-ons, and consulting services. Solutions also often include a training and support component.
What editions, products, and versions of Alfresco are included in the directory?
There are add-ons in the directory for all Alfresco editions, including Community Edition, Enterprise Edition, and Alfresco in the cloud. There are add-ons for every product of Alfresco, including Share, Records Management, Web QuickStart, and the mobile applications. Developer tools are also included. The directory includes add-ons which are intended to be used with version 3.4 of Alfresco and newer.
Is this add-on updated for the newest version of Alfresco?
We do not maintain add-ons or the directory entries. We suggest you contact the add-on maintainer. Each entry contains a link that points to a site where you can get further information about the add-on. We suggest you also encourage the add-on maintainer to update the directory entry.
If you are unable to contact the maintainer of the add-on, or if you see something that needs immediate attention, please contact us.
Are the add-ons supported?
Unless otherwise indicated, Add-ons are not endorsed or supported by Alfresco.
Each add-on maintainer can specify a web address where people can get information about support for the add-on. If there is no such link, then it is likely that support is not available. Further information might be available on the project page for that add-on.
Does the directory only contain open source add-ons?
The directory contains add-ons under a variety of licenses. The submitter of the add-on can select the license that the project is using, including the option ""proprietary"".
What license to you recommend for an add-on?
The appropriate license for your add-on depends a lot on the goals you and your organization have in sponsoring an Alfresco Add-ons project. Evaluating the right choice for your specific circumstances probably requires the assistance of a legal professional. However, we like licenses approved by the Open Source Initiative because they encourage collaborative development. If you hope to have your Add-on accepted into Alfresco, you would need to select the Apache license, or sign a contribution agreement.
Someone else included my add-on in the directory. How do I update the entry?
We hope you feel flattered that someone found your add-on useful enough to include it in the directory. All of the documents on this site can be edited, so please update the owner to your name.
I see a problem! How do I contact you?
Please contact us about a duplicate add-on or objectionable content. You can reach us by messaging firstname.lastname@example.org or the community manager, Kristen Gastaldo.