«...This wiki lists technologies and services that were developed in the IETF and represent notable successes and failures. The wiki is a collaborative effort of IETF participants, and you are invited to provide feedback to the community about the utility of IETF efforts as well as to facilitate public understanding of IETF work and its impact...»:Read more »
"This is the first release of Bookshelf, a simple document organizer with some wiki functionality. Documents in a directory tree are displayed as a set of HTML pages. Documents in Markdown format are converted to HTML automatically using Pandoc..." -- Bookshelf is free software licensed under the GNU GPL.Read more »
"I'm writing a book about Lisp and O'Reilly is going to publish it. The aim is to show people who suspected that Lisp was dead because it couldn't look outside the box, along with those who hoped it could but didn't know how, that the going isn't all that hard..."Read more »
The Mozilla add-ons team this past week announced that it had seen its billionth add-on downloaded since it started tracking in 2005.Read more »
We've just implemented a new feature that allows you to save stories for future reference. This makes it easier to find those stories you really wanted to bookmark for later while still allowing you to vote up stories you want to support or draw attention to. More details in the full story...Read more »
We've just implemented a new feature that allows you to save stories for future reference. This makes it easier to find those stories you really wanted to bookmark for later while still allowing you to vote up stories you want to support or draw attention to.
Nominations are now open for the Antonio Pizzigati Prize for Software in the Public Interest. The winner could be someone you know, or someone whose work you admire, but don't mull over your recommendation too long -- entries must be submitted by September 30.Read more »
Early reports Sunday indicate that Office Open XML (OOXML) appears to have enough votes to be certified an ISO standard. An official tally is not expected until Monday.Read more »
Forgive The VAR Guy if he says “I told you so.” Earlier this month he predicted that Asterisk — the open source IP PBX — would win a global distribution deal. He was right. Specific details about the news, involving Digium — one of the top Asterisk companies — emerged today. Here’s the scoop.Read more »
Value-priced - after $100 mail-in rebate - Linux PC features an Intel Celeron 1.6GHz Intel Celeron processor, 1GB memory, 80GB hard drive, Freespire 2.0, free CNR software delivery service and more.Read more »
I had the chance to interview Thomas Hansen, who recently announced the Gaia Programming Contest (€10,000 reward). Here are his enlightening answers!Read more »
We have just finished the cross-over from our old site which ran on Pligg to our new site which runs on Drupal + some of our own custom modules.Read more »
Hello dear readers,
We have just finished the cross-over from our old site, which ran on Pligg, to our new site which runs on Drupal + some of our own custom modules.
We have reason to celebrate because FSDaily recently crossed the 1000 user mark! This is great news because we have only been up and running for 3 months and have only been advertising on Free Software Magazine. So word of mouth must be working well.Read more »
There has been some interpretation of my Thunderbird /mail post as saying that Thunderbird doesn't fit into the mission of the Mozilla Foundation. This is not my view at all.Read more »