As of yesterday, there's a new snapshot of Nuxeo DAM (Digital Asset Management) for Ubuntu --
nuxeo-dam-jboss_1.1-SNAPSHOT-20100702_all.deb -- and a lot of outstanding issues from the previous snapshot have been cleaned up. Among other things, "nuxeodam" user and group accounts have been created to act as owners of the running process, and lots of other little improvements. All in all, very nice so, at this point, I'm reduced to nitpicking:
/etc/group, which will make subsequent re-installation fail.
/etc/init.d/nuxeo-damdoesn't mention in its usage message that there is now an LSB-required "force-reload" option, which is simply equivalent to "restart", but it's unlikely normal users are going to care.
As I said, nitpicking and, beyond that, I see nothing else to comment on.
The only other larger potential issue I see is whether one will be able to install and/or run both Nuxeo DM and Nuxeo DAM simultaneously, but that's not something I've bothered testing yet so it may work just fine.
All in all, some noticeable improvements from the previous snapshot. Cool. And now, back to hacking on Android. Or my BeagleBoard. Whatever.
UPDATE: Hmmmm ... some very weird interactions when both packages are installed ... not quite sure what's going on there.
OK, some definite package installation and removal strangeness happening, which is going to cause some level of grief trying to install, remove and re-install packages, which is something that should be perfectly acceptable behaviour. Theoretically, simply installing and uninstalling a package over and over should be a perfectly safe operation, but doing it with the Nuxeo DAM package leaves some lingering after-effects that make subsequent re-installation problematic.