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[comanage-users] COmanage Newsletter #6 - March 2022
- From: Laura Paglione <>
- To: COmanage Dev <>, ,
- Subject: [comanage-users] COmanage Newsletter #6 - March 2022
- Date: Fri, 25 Mar 2022 13:23:16 -0400
ISSUE #6 | March 24, 2022
Making COmanage Yours
COmanage is SO configurable. This both gives it its powerful flexibility AND sometimes confusing complexity. On the POWERFUL side, there are many ways that you can customize COmanage for your needs from special behaviors, to the attributes collected, to the way that the COmanage applications look and behave. In this month’s newsletter, we highlight some ways that you can make COmange uniquely your own.
Open Office Hours - Apr 1
Do you have a question on deploying or configuring Registry or Match? Want to get some input on a solution architecture design? Want to hear how your colleagues in the community are solving problems similar to yours? Each month you can bring your topics for discussion to the call. No need to register or spin up a presentation (but feel free if it suits you!), just show up! Each session is kicked off by a short conversation starter to help get the discussion started.
Friday, April 1 at 12:00 PM (America/New York) (no registration necessary)
April’s Topic Aperitif: Getting Personal(ized) with Themes
Even if you love the default COmanage Registry interface, you may want to make changes in how it looks, perhaps to match the look and feel of your organization’s website. For this month’s “‘topic aperitif” Arlen Johnson, resident UI/UX lead at the COmanage Project, will share a demonstration of how themes can change your end user’s experience with COmanage. Get your theming tips and tricks during this 15 min chat, after which we’ll continue with topics of your choosing. Bring your questions, comments, and suggestions about any topic to office hours with the COmanage project team.
The look and feel of the user interface with themes is not the only way that you can personalize the system for your needs. COmanage personalization features include:
You can learn more about each of these features on the new Personalizing COmanage Registry wiki page.
This newsletter section is designed to provide additional transparency on the day-to-day workings of COmanage. Have ideas about other information that we should be including? Let us know on the #incommon-comanage slack channel or by !
Note for upcoming Registry deployments using MySQL
If you are newly deploying COmanage and are planning to use MySQL as your database, this note is for you! MySQL versions 8.0.1 or higher are currently incompatible with Registry because of a new MySQL keyword conflict. As a workaround, you can either use an older version of MySQL or use a different database like MariaDB or PostgreSQL.
If this issue is of interest to you, we encourage you to watch Jira issue CO-2383. We expect this issue to be addressed in Registry version 4.0.3.
Match 1.0.0 - there will be an RC3
COmanage uses Release Candidates (RCs) to get feedback prior to the official release. Match v1.0.0 has had two RCs, each thoroughly tested by users. Given this feedback, we will release a third RC to test changes made on RC2. We will announce the RC3 release via the comanage-announce mailing list.
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