Henri Bergius - Desktop posts

  1. Flowhub IoT hack weekend at c-base: buttons, sensors, the Big Switch
  2. Flowhub IoT workshop at Bitraf: sensors, access control, and more
  3. Two hackathons in a week: thoughts on NoFlo and MsgFlo
  4. Atreus: Building a custom ergonomic keyboard
  5. Bosch Connected Experience: Eclipse Hono and MsgFlo
  6. Working on an Android tablet, 2017 edition
  7. Process API for NoFlo components
  8. The Grid: Web Design by Artificial Intelligence
  9. Nemein has a new home
  10. Flowhub Kickstarter delivery
  11. Flowhub public beta: a better interface for Flow-Based Programming
  12. Flowhub and the GNOME Developer Experience
  13. Building an Ingress Table with Flowhub
  14. Full-Stack Flow-Based Programming
  15. Flowhub
  16. NoFlo and GNOME
  17. An update from the NoFlo world
  18. Interview with J. Paul Morrison, the father of Flow-Based Programming
  19. Software is not text
  20. GeoClue rises again
  21. My interview on the origins of NoFlo
  22. NoFlo Kickstarter, the hacker's perspective
  23. Leap Motion and the virtual interfaces
  24. Working on an Android tablet: first six weeks
  25. Working on an Android tablet
  26. Building a smarter workplace
  27. Hacker-Nomad's toolkit, the 2012 edition
  28. Midgard 12.09 Gjallarhorn
  29. GObject Introspection and Node.js
  30. The Dreams of the MeeGo Diaspora
  31. Kinect Air Cursor: Let your hand be the mouse
  32. How do I turn this thing off?
  33. Open Advice
  34. Hacker-nomadism
  35. Open Mobile Linux, this Saturday in FOSDEM
  36. Using CoffeeScript for GNOME development
  37. Call for presentations: Open Mobile Linux at FOSDEM 2012
  38. JavaScript in Qt5
  39. Where is the future for openness in mobile?
  40. GObject Introspection is coming to Node.js
  41. Embrace and extend
  42. Why the tablet form factor is winning
  43. Nemein and Infigo merge to create a digital agency focused on web and mobile
  44. Some notes from Desktop Summit 2011
  45. Desktop Summit, and some thoughts on Flow-Based Programming
  46. PHP and GObject Introspection
  47. Understanding MeeGo
  48. Going to San Francisco
  49. Openwashing
  50. 11" MacBook Air: the best computer I've ever had
  51. GNOME3 on Ubuntu Natty: the first impressions
  52. The beginning of a JavaScript journey
  53. On cross-project collaboration
  54. The Universal Runtime
  55. Trying out Cloud9IDE: Developing software in your browser
  56. Ten years of Nemein
  57. GObject Introspection is coming to PHP
  58. Ubuntu wallpapers time
  59. Midgard in 2010
  60. Better one file in the cloud than ten on the hard drive
  61. Get a preview of the next Midgard content repository
  62. Why make your projects properly open? Sustainability
  63. Initial look at MeeGo Netbook, a minimalistic computer interface
  64. Midgard2 Content Repository library is now in Debian
  65. Unitasking and the desktop
  66. Application quality assurance in Linux distributions
  67. The web and the free desktop
  68. My interview at dot KDE
  69. Zeitgeist does location: what did I do while in Brussels?
  70. My GeoClue talk from aKademy 2010
  71. Meet Midgard and GeoClue in aKademy 2010
  72. Midgard Runtime brings our web framework to the desktop
  73. Notes from my first Ubuntu Developer Summit
  74. Ratatoskr is out: Midgard2 Content Repository goes LTS
  75. Ubuntu Lucid brings Qaiku to the desktop
  76. Future directions for Midgard
  77. On volcanic ashes and international travel
  78. Unitasking has its merits
  79. GeoClue 0.12 is out: Location awareness over D-Bus
  80. Getting started with the Midgard content repository
  81. First year of Qaiku, and a travel writing challenge
  82. Wallpapers for Ubuntu 10.04: my submissions
  83. Going to the Bossa Conference
  84. Maemo's community involvement infrastructure is what MeeGo needs
  85. iPad and information appliances, a free software angle
  86. Direct manipulation interfaces
  87. Midgard in 2009
  88. What is a content repository
  89. Raise the hammer! Midgard2 Mjolnir goes live
  90. Will we learn to hide the complexity in Open Source?
  91. Got a mystery book
  92. Microfeed could be to status updates what Telepathy is to instant messaging
  93. Open Source and why forking is good
  94. Fall conference schedule
  95. On to new motorcycle adventures
  96. Will content repositories kill the file?
  97. Attention is difficult
  98. The uncanny valley of free desktops
  99. OSM2Go: wonderful mapping tool for Maemo
  100. Why you should use a content repository for your application
  101. Personal passions: motorcycle travel
  102. CouchDb and Midgard talking with each other
  103. Software patents are silly
  104. Qaiku API brings first clients: Mauku, Gwibber and an XMPP bot
  105. Firefox 3.5: upgrade now
  106. Open Collaboration Services: when desktop approaches the web
  107. Browser geolocation without GPS: quite accurate enough
  108. Bruce Schneier on Cloud Computing
  109. Tomboy web synchronization, Conboy and Midgard
  110. Learn about Midgard2, GeoClue and libchamplain in GUADEC 2009
  111. Midgard2 stable: Generic content repository for web, desktop and mobile
  112. Qaiku and Mozilla Ubiquity
  113. FON's new meshing router could complete the free software cloud
  114. Situational devices and synchronization
  115. Linux as an oral tradition
  116. Eight best Midgard2 posts
  117. Turn Internet trash into money with ReFuel
  118. USB-Jerry, as seen on TV
  119. When reality meets product concepts
  120. Making the GNOME desktop location-aware
  121. Free desktop and the cloud
  122. Debian 5.0 "Lenny" released
  123. Ars Technica on GeoClue
  124. See Midgard and GeoClue in FOSDEM
  125. Midgard in 2008
  126. Summer of Code works
  127. On innovation, and how choice is not always good
  128. Midgard: benefits of synchronized releases
  129. Midgard2 at FSCONS: Your data, everywhere
  130. Flash is not the web
  131. Learn more about Midgard in FSCONS
  132. Meme time: picture right now
  133. Where will desktop applications and web services meet?
  134. Midgard to go Vala?
  135. Part-time Istanbullu
  136. Some notes from aKademy 2008
  137. Neutron Protocol: Separating UI from the CMS
  138. ETech 2009 CFP: Building the peer-to-peer business network
  139. Midgard and synchronized releases
  140. Conferences this fall
  141. Some GUADEC Istanbul pictures
  142. Hello Planet GNOME
  143. At least we won the Ice Cream Deathmatch
  144. Notes from GUADEC Istanbul
  145. GeoClue in GUADEC Istanbul
  146. Firefox 3 Download Day: 5 million and counting
  147. Tampere is a candidate for GUADEC and aKademy 2009
  148. GNOME in decay?
  149. Firefox 3: soon
  150. Shell usage statistics
  151. Zenburn colors for PHP editing in SubEthaEdit
  152. Appliances are starting to take over
  153. Making Ajatus feel like a native app
  154. Yubikey - simple approach to authentication tokens
  155. Is your Time Machine wireless?
  156. GeoClue is appearing
  157. Setting Adium status from a microsummary
  158. Helsinki to provide WiFi hotspots in public transportation
  159. Slight pause in development
  160. Democracy Player brings YouTube to desktop
  161. FON for free in Finland
  162. State of the art
  163. View Source
  164. Exploring the paths of Wikipedia with Pathway
  165. Top ten Unix shell commands
  166. Clearing the photo backlog
  167. Fifteen years of Linux
  168. Benefiting from the GLib core
  169. Switching to Intel MacBook
  170. iCal is adding CalDAV support
  171. First four countries committed to One Laptop Per Child
  172. Gizmo and the new Skype UI
  173. Synchronization and the Free Software Desktop in GUADEC
  174. More on secure instant messaging
  175. Clearing the photo backlog
  176. Today is the Open Discussion Day
  177. Midgard for Mac
  178. Thinking about GUADEC
  179. Securing Instant Messaging
  180. If your iSync ever stops working
  181. Ben Hammersley and iWeb
  182. Trying out Camino
  183. iSync and disappearing records
  184. What is wrong with Mac desktop
  185. iPhoto, PhotoCasting and standards
  186. Posting pictures from iPhoto to Midgard
  187. Midgard on OS X is rolling
  188. Testing Ubuntu, blogging on GNOME
  189. Project GNOMEgard
  190. Reviving the Old Psion Series 5
  191. New Thunderbird and Firefox
  192. Running OpenOffice.org on Mac OS X
  193. Thunderbird 0.6 is available