Some people say never "rewrite the code from scratch" because it is the "single worst strategic mistake that any software company can make". Other people say "never say never". Maybe sometimes it makes sense to rewrite at least partially the code base? Maybe not? I will discuss at length this interesting idea in a later blog … Continue reading On Rewriting Software
In this article I will show you how you can quickly start latest development version of Papermerge using Portainer. Please keep in mind that latest development version of Papermerge is still an early alpha - which means that it is feature incomplete and very buggy - it is definitely not ready for production. Even though … Continue reading Start Papermerge in 2 minutes with Portainer
There were some issue with kubernetes deployment which were fixed. http://www.papermerge.com is back online. Demo instance is still offline - will be fixed asap.
Currently there are some issues with k8s deployment and part of services will be down until the issue is solved.
I have a couple of words to say about Papermerge's development progress - is painfully slow. It is so not because lack of commitment of work - it is so because of the nature of "progress". Progress is done in small, incremental steps with a lot of experimenting, trials and errors between each step.
In this article I will discuss the way Papermerge project repositories are organized and ideas driving those organizational structures. I need to give appropriate credit to my ignorance - when I started Papermerge project I did not know about GitHub's Organizations i.e. that you can group related code repositories under one single umbrella or Organization … Continue reading Organization & Structure
I experimented with many different blogging software. I think I've tried the whole spectrum from the static generated pages like Jekyll, Hugo, I played for a while with Wegtail and couple of other similar solutions. After a while obviously I landed on self hosted WordPress. And because apparently self hosted wordpress did not inflict enough … Continue reading Say ‘Hi!’ to the New Blog!
In these mini series of blog posts I want to focus on Papermerge features currently being developed. I will describe in detail the motivation behind those additions, the development status and the roadmap. Features I am speaking about are following: Real Time (subject of current post)Dual PanelPerformance Improvements / RefactoringOCRmyPDF integration Each of above mentioned … Continue reading Real Time DMS
A few weeks ago Papermerge 2.0 was released. Then 2.0.1, a minor security release, followed. While working on next version I will continue supporting version 2.0 with minor releases and security updates. Let's speak little bit about future versions. Papermerge 2.1 By far, the most asked feature, which perfectly makes sense, is automation of metadata … Continue reading Roadmap for Papermerge 2.1 & 2.2
Keeping a record of your payslips is a very good habit, especially if you leave in a bureaucratic country (e.g. Germany). You never know when you will be asked for copy of your document showing your salary/income from 5, 10 or maybe even 30 years ago! In short term, keeping a record of your payslips … Continue reading Manage Your Payslips with Papermerge