QSOS 2.0 is out
The new major version of QSOS is at last available!
We worked a lot towards this very moment. The 2.0 release comes with many changes.
QSOS backend is now split in two repositories:
Incoming: community sandbox opened to any registered user
Master: QSOS certified evaluations and templates
Templates and evaluations can be uploaded to the backends, this requires authentication
Connect to the backend and create an account today.
- Remote Templates can be downloaded from the QSOS repositories and used to create a new evaluation
- Remote evaluations can be downloaded from the QSOS repositories and opened by the editor
- Evaluations can be send and saved in the remote QSOS repositories, this requires authentication
- Evaluations can be resynchronized with local or remote templates
- O3S connects to a QSOS repository by configuration
- Better GUI internationalization, including evaluations filtering on language
- Evaluations can now be visualized in HTML and Freemind format
- Comparisons can now be visualized on a QSOS Quadrant and also be exported to OpenDocument formats (ODS, ODP and ODT)
Connect to one of the two O3S instances:
- Master: evaluations and templates validates by the QSOS community
- Incoming: sandbox where anybody can propose contributions
We will reinject former templates and evaluations in the coming days.
New format and mechanism adopted
QSOS documentation is now written in Markdown/Pandoc syntax
Two export format are used: PDF and Gitit wiki pages (to be available soon)
Export documents are built with
- QSOS Method migrated to Markdown/Pandoc: download the PDF export in english or in french.
- New document: QSOS Tutorial (for now available in french, english version is coming…)
All QSOS sources (code, edoc and this very website) are now hosted on GitHub.
So fork us and contribute!