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29 January 2007

Welcome! | Open Source Recruiter

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1. Resume objects are validated using OSR tools, and can then be converted to a number of different formats, including HR-XML, HTML, XHTML, PDF, and Open Document text (ODT). OSR comes budled with default stylesheets for performing each of these transformations. It also allows users to define their own stylesheets for custom transformations. Click on a link below to display a sample resume formatted using one of the default stylesheets that ships with OSR: * HR-XML example * HTML example * XHTML example * PDF example * Open Document text example 2. Resumes can optionally be persisted to an SQL-compliant datastore. The resume database can be manipulated just like any other database; searching and data manipulation can be perfomed by anyone who knows SQL.

HR-XSL Homepage

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The HR-XSL project provides a set of command-line tools that transforms a curriculum vitae or résumé in XML format into PDF, HTML, or plain text format. Background Keeping one's CV current is a tedious, never-ending process. One common problem is that several different versions of the same document have to be maintained. For example, job hunters these days typically have to maintain at least three separate forms of their CV or résumé: * An HTML version for posting to the web * A plain text one for sending via email * A nicely-formatted PDF version for printing With all of these different versions, making changes to your CV or résumé can be tiresome and prone to error. Cutting and pasting can help, but a typo in one version will still propagate to all the others, and then you must correct each separate version. And, when deadlines are approaching, you might quickly make an important change to one version and forget to make that same change in all of the others. A better approach is to put all of your CV or résumé content into a single "master" copy, then let your computer automatically generate and format different versions of the document from this master. The HR-XSL project provides the tools for exactly this purpose. All you need to do is create a CV in a special XML format. HR-XSL can then take this XML file as input and create a PDF, HTML, or plain text version as output. Documentation User documentation Examples Simple Résumé Source HTML PDF Plain text Complex CV Source HTML PDF Plain text Download Latest release Project Page HR-XSL on SourceForge.net Related Sites * HR-XML Consortium - This non-profit organization produces XML specifications for HR processes, including a specification for résumés. * Open Source Recruiter (SourceForge) - A Java toolkit for creating and manipulating HR-XML résumés. * Jerimoth (SourceForge) - A Java-based web service for posting HR-XML résumés. * Open Human Resources (SourceForge) - An open repository for various Human Resource components that communicate using HR-XML via SOAP. * OpenSkills (Wikipedia) - a global non-profit association that provides a freely searchable database of résumés based on HR-XML. * xmlresume (SourceForge) - An open source project that defines both the data layer and the presentation layer of a résumé. It uses a custom (non-HR-XML) data format.

HR-XML « e-recrutement et marché du travail

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Le HR-XML (Human Ressources - eXtensible Markup Language) est un ensemble de spécifications XML dont le but est de faciliter l’échange et le traitement automatisés des informations numériques liées à la gestion des ressources humaines. Le consortium à l’origine de ce standard rassemble une centaine d’entreprises issues de 22 pays ; les grandes entreprises de travail temporaire y jouent un rôle majeur. Parmi les nombreuses spécifications produites, certaines sont dédiées à la standardisation des formats de publication d’offres d’emploi et de CV. Elles ouvrent la voie d'une publication structurée de ces données, permettant leur rediffusion et leur agrégation tout en préservant la richesse des critères initiaux de catégorisation. Mais elles ne règlent pas pour autant totalement la question des repères de coordination puisque, pour intégrer des offres d'origines diverses dans une même base, il est par ailleurs nécessaire de disposer de taxinomies communes pour les professions, les secteurs, les diplômes, etc..

26 January 2007

Amiko

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Amiko is the new resumé. The Internet has changed the way people are hired, more and more companies are using online job postings to find employees. Printing and mailing resumés can cost and arm and a leg. If you post your resumé on a job site, it only works for that site. Amiko allows you to span the job sites, from Monster to Craigslist, just post a link to your Amiko resumé and that's it.

Kite's Portal - KITE, The European mobile worker’s kit

The KITE project was established in the context of the creation and dissemination of the electronic version of Europass, the European Community Framework for the transparency of qualifications and competencies. The contribution of the KITE project to this strategic initiative is to put an emphasis on the person, the control over personal data, and the use of mass-endorsed publication tools as vectors of the Europass-CV. To do so, among other deliverables, Kite is offering an implementation of the Europass-CV, as a plugin of three open source existing weblogs: WordPress, ELGG and Dotclear. With KITE, everybody will be entitled to add to his personal weblog page (blog) a smart extension, based on open standards, to make his own professional profile more accessible, more browsable, searchable through the web. Above all, KITE will make everybody's profile compliant with today's HR standards (HR XML) for easy, fast and convenient European-scale comparison and inclusion in public databases. If transparency is the collective challenge, versatility is the indivudual commitment: using a controlled webprofile for immediate jobsearch, but also for long-term self-valorization and social networking. This website will offer the results of the KITE project : here, you will be able to download this free and powerful tool (and its documentation), as well as studies and reports on the European landscape, actors and projects around internet-improved mobility. Every person interested can join the project today, to take part in the ongoing tests or to evaluate the tool in real-life scenarios after August 2006.

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