We have recently published source code of midPoint book on GitHub: https://github.com/Evolveum/midpoint-book Please note that, unlike midPoint, the book is not open source. The finished book is published under the terms of Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License (CC BY-NC-ND). However, this license does not apply to book’s source code. No explicit license is granted Read more about MidPoint Book Source Code Is Published on GitHub[…]
For a very long time, in the forever-lasting pandemic era, we were stuck in our homes with social contact limited to seeing people’s faces in tiny squares on our screens. With almost all the restrictions lifted, we decided this is the time to go out there (if not now then when, right?) to finally meet Read more about Evolveum at EDUCAUSE 2022[…]
Last Thursday we organized a webinar dedicated to what’s new in midPoint 4.6. After the marathon of webinars related to the LTS version 4.4 we took a break after 4.5, but now we’re back with our tradition of What’s New webinars. Version 4.6, code-named “Baumgarten”, brings a lot of improvements – and not only under Read more about MidPoint 4.6 Webinar Summary[…]
There is yet another far-reaching vulnerability that shook the IT world. This time, the affected component is OpenSSL. As midPoint does not use OpenSSL, it is not affected by the vulnerability directly. However, there may be some cases when action might be required.