Henri Bergius - Midgard posts

  1. Forget about HTTP when building microservices
  2. GuvScale - Autoscaling for Heroku worker dynos
  3. The Grid: Web Design by Artificial Intelligence
  4. Nemein has a new home
  5. Why did I reimplement Jekyll using NoFlo
  6. My interview on the origins of NoFlo
  7. The mobile-first Web
  8. Automated linking with rich text editors
  9. Why WordPress needs to get Decoupled
  10. Create.js in 2013
  11. Interview: Create.js and VIE in CMSs
  12. TYPO3 Neos and Create.js
  13. Internet as your application blueprint
  14. Midgard 12.09 Gjallarhorn
  15. Making Create.js more international
  16. Better collections with Create.js
  17. Drupal and cross-CMS collaboration
  18. A history of Midgard visuals
  19. Modernizing MidCOM
  20. Create.js hackathon in Berlin
  21. Video: Decoupling Content Management
  22. Create.js Update: Documentation, Hackathon, DrupalCon
  23. Never lose content
  24. Notes from Symfony Live 2012
  25. Running Symfony CMF with Midgard2
  26. Using Composer to manage dependencies in Heroku PHP apps
  27. Decoupled Content Management on tour
  28. Open Advice
  29. VIE and Create: an update
  30. CreateJS is moving forward
  31. Midgard2 PHPCR provider hits 1.0
  32. Composer solves the PHP code-sharing problem
  33. DNode: Make PHP and Node.js talk to each other
  34. VIE 2.0 is starting to emerge
  35. GObject Introspection is coming to Node.js
  36. Embrace and extend
  37. Nemein and Infigo merge to create a digital agency focused on web and mobile
  38. Flow-based programming for PHP
  39. Symfony2 for Midgard Developers
  40. Some notes from Desktop Summit 2011
  41. Desktop Summit, and some thoughts on Flow-Based Programming
  42. Midgard in the Symfony2 world
  43. PHP and GObject Introspection
  44. My secret agenda for PHP Content Management Systems
  45. Midgard Create and VIE in the Aloha Editor conference
  46. Want to do something similar to PostRank?
  47. Going to San Francisco
  48. PHP can perform better than Node.js
  49. Silex is like ExpressJS for PHP
  50. Join the PHP Content Repository Workshop on May 8th
  51. PHP Content Repository - the other part of CMS decoupling
  52. The beginning of a JavaScript journey
  53. Calculate the impact of your posts
  54. On cross-project collaboration
  55. VIE - Decoupled content management moves forward
  56. Event-driven programming with PHP5 and Midgard2
  57. Introducing the Midgard Create user interface
  58. Ten years of Nemein
  59. GObject Introspection is coming to PHP
  60. Decoupling Content Management
  61. Switched the Midgard Create CMS interface to use backbone.js
  62. Literate programming with PHP
  63. WSGI for Python
  64. Join the IKS Semantic Editing hackathon in February
  65. Midgard in 2010
  66. Stop using SQL, then
  67. Get a preview of the next Midgard content repository
  68. Using RDFa to make a web page editable
  69. Why make your projects properly open? Sustainability
  70. PHP: Finally getting an ecosystem?
  71. Midgard2 Content Repository library is now in Debian
  72. Help testing the OpenPSA business suite
  73. Midgard Gathering in Gothenburg IT University
  74. MVC without the M
  75. Towards the geotagged web
  76. My interview at dot KDE
  77. Aloha and the art of semantic web content
  78. IKS Semantic Editor hackathon in Helsinki on July 26-27
  79. Recent performance improvements for Midgard 8.09
  80. Meet Midgard and GeoClue in aKademy 2010
  81. Midgard Runtime brings our web framework to the desktop
  82. Midgard release names: 1999 to 2010
  83. First year of IKS for Midgard
  84. Midgard2 has moved to GitHub
  85. Notes from my first Ubuntu Developer Summit
  86. Ratatoskr is out: Midgard2 Content Repository goes LTS
  87. Future directions for Midgard
  88. Content repositories: SQL or NoSQL?
  89. Easier templating for Midgard 8.09
  90. Getting started with the Midgard content repository
  91. First year of Qaiku, and a travel writing challenge
  92. CMS Watch on their Midgard usage
  93. Register and log into meego.com using your maemo.org account
  94. Going to the Bossa Conference
  95. Halti.com provides contextual product recommendations
  96. Direct manipulation interfaces
  97. Midgard in 2009
  98. Easy user location with Midgard
  99. Using MidCOM3 with FirePHP
  100. What is a content repository
  101. Raise the hammer! Midgard2 Mjolnir goes live
  102. In defence of URLs and the Open Web
  103. Midgard Weekly Summaries are back
  104. Fall conference schedule
  105. Content management starts with the repository
  106. How Midgard and Midgard2 differ
  107. Content repository talk in FrOSCon
  108. Will content repositories kill the file?
  109. Why you should use a content repository for your application
  110. CouchDb and Midgard talking with each other
  111. Software patents are silly
  112. Ragnaland is coming
  113. Contribute your Maemo ideas via Brainstorm
  114. Tomboy web synchronization, Conboy and Midgard
  115. IKS assembly and requirements workshop
  116. Google's Rich Snippets will lead us into Semantic Web
  117. First ten years of Midgard
  118. Learn about Midgard2, GeoClue and libchamplain in GUADEC 2009
  119. Midgard2 stable: Generic content repository for web, desktop and mobile
  120. Oracle Sun acquisition: time to think about a content repository?
  121. Situational devices and synchronization
  122. Eight best Midgard2 posts
  123. Turn Internet trash into money with ReFuel
  124. Come to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the Midgard Project
  125. Midgard Gathering 2009 in Linköping
  126. Midgard and the CMS reality checklist
  127. We're joining the Qaiku project
  128. Let your Qaiku be heard across Twitter and Facebook
  129. Microblogging: why Qaiku might do what Twitter and Brightkite didn't
  130. Free desktop and the cloud
  131. Search engines have an important role in Semantic Web
  132. Debian 5.0 "Lenny" released
  133. Midgard and JCR: a look at two content repositories
  134. Starting the Interactive Knowledge project
  135. See Midgard and GeoClue in FOSDEM
  136. Midgard in 2008
  137. Midgard: now with spam filtering
  138. Acting on HTTP errors
  139. Maemo.org goes Ragnaroek
  140. Nemein is going to Ubuntu Server
  141. Midgard Gathering 2008
  142. Midgard: benefits of synchronized releases
  143. Midgard and content filtering
  144. Some talking points for the Midgard Gathering
  145. On Vikings and Free Software
  146. LinkedIn Applications: automatic data into your resume
  147. Midgard2 at FSCONS: Your data, everywhere
  148. Real-world example of a free software project handover
  149. Learn more about Midgard in FSCONS
  150. Long-Term Support for Midgard: Ragnaroek is here!
  151. Where will desktop applications and web services meet?
  152. Ragnaroek is coming
  153. Freedom Fry on GNU's 25th anniversary
  154. MidCOM 3 and context injectors
  155. Some thoughts on green programming, PHP, Midgard and simplicity
  156. Midgard to go Vala?
  157. Part-time Istanbullu
  158. Some notes from FrOSCon 2008
  159. Using Yahoo! Fire Eagle with Midgard
  160. Finding out available MidCOM routes
  161. Feature branches in Midgard development with git
  162. Neutron Protocol: Separating UI from the CMS
  163. Midgard and synchronized releases
  164. Conferences this fall
  165. New profile pages on maemo.org
  166. Midgard2: Future in the clouds
  167. Midgard releases and marketing
  168. MidCOM 3 and built-in WebDAV
  169. Big Midgard release day
  170. Document locking hits MidCOM 2.8
  171. Midgard 2: more than just PHP, more than just CMS
  172. SQL-level debugging with Midgard
  173. Midgard 2: Finally legacy-free
  174. GitHub for MidCOM 3 developers
  175. Interprocess communications in Midgard: D-Bus comes to the web
  176. Beyond Google Maps: Mapstraction is a good starting point
  177. MidCOM 3 at a glance
  178. Semantic web is here: Yahoo! and microformats
  179. Some Midgard roadmapping
  180. Yahoo! Fire Eagle knows where my phone moves
  181. Midgard 2.0 goes alpha
  182. XMPP publish/subscribe for Midgard and Ajatus replication
  183. Midgard developers in Linköping
  184. Maemo and Midgard go well together
  185. Conferences this spring
  186. Some plans for MidCOM 3
  187. Consolidating your online identity
  188. The Nemein team on a map
  189. Sun acquires MySQL
  190. New moderation UI in Midgard discussion forum
  191. TKK goes Midgard
  192. Calculating attention with Midgard
  193. Putting Attention to Midgard
  194. Embedding simple PHP scripts in Midgard
  195. Site structure planning with WriteMaps
  196. Yubikey - simple approach to authentication tokens
  197. VectorMagic: convert bitmaps to vector online
  198. MidCOM content cache rides again
  199. Midgard and the Law of Karma
  200. Asgard welcome page just got useful
  201. Midgard and HTML Purifier
  202. Undeletion in Midgard
  203. Midgard does the Tango
  204. New user management tool for Midgard
  205. Sometimes a thumbs down is needed
  206. jQuery and CouchDB
  207. Web CMSs: what does Midgard do?
  208. Position editing widget for Midgard
  209. Creation mode for Midgard's chooser widget
  210. Some notes from MidCOM performance workshop
  211. Midgard supports OpenID
  212. Introduction to Midgard's database abstraction system
  213. Speaking in FrOSCon PHP room
  214. Join the MidCOM Performance Sprint on August 30th
  215. Maemo Social News launched
  216. Next Midgard will be PHP5 only
  217. Nicer code editing in Asgard
  218. Calculating news item relevance
  219. Maps in Midgard, abstracted
  220. Midgard and international URL transliteration
  221. Making Midgard Wiki easier
  222. Midgard uses Trac now
  223. Welcome to the new server
  224. Midgard Weekly Summary #74: May 11th 2007
  225. Building a new admin interface for Midgard
  226. Two new Midgard sites: Maemo and Mupe
  227. Midgard Weekly Summary #73: April 27th 2007
  228. Conferences this summer
  229. Updates to the Midgard roadmap
  230. Midgard Weekly Summary #72: April 13th 2007
  231. More work on Midgard's replication service
  232. Midgard Weekly Summary #71: April 5th 2007
  233. The old offline vs. online debate
  234. Midgard - managing free software project as a joint venture
  235. Bunch of Midgard tutorials appearing
  236. Midgard Weekly Summary #70: March 23rd 2007
  237. Midgard and the Finnish parliamentary election
  238. Midgard Weekly Summary #69: March 8th 2007
  239. Midgard Weekly Summary #68: March 2nd 2007
  240. Midgard and geotagging via email
  241. Midgard Weekly Summary #67: February 23rd 2007
  242. OSCMS Summit: Manage your personal information space with Midgard
  243. For a collaborative MWS
  244. This bunny talks Midgard
  245. Midgard and Flickr
  246. Preview of Midgard's new on-site template editor
  247. Quick and dirty MidCOM caching with Cache_Lite
  248. Welcome to my new blog
  249. Looking for a junior PHP/Midgard consultant
  250. Midgard developer meeting, winter 2007
  251. Midgard replication service starts to shape up
  252. Getting started with Microformats
  253. Resource bookings with Midgard
  254. Nokia's new N800 Linux Tablet
  255. Midgard in 2007: the year of the web developer
  256. What is happening in MidCOM 2.7
  257. More photo backlog
  258. Clearing the photo backlog
  259. Solving logistics of Mamona
  260. Trying out Maemo Blog
  261. State of the art
  262. gnome.org will run Plone
  263. Contact management in semantic web
  264. Be liberal with input, strict with output
  265. Midgard 2 time
  266. Maemo is migrating to Midgard
  267. How much is your Midgard worth?
  268. Managing Changes in Collaborative Innovation Networks
  269. Talk about response times
  270. Midgard's new tagging library
  271. Optimizing the latest MidCOM
  272. Today is the OneWebDay
  273. New feed aggregator for Midgard
  274. New component selection view for MidCOM
  275. New login screen for Midgard
  276. We need public access to Geodata in Europe
  277. Return of the Moblog
  278. Page styling and Datamanager schemas
  279. Midgard needs a Jabber plan
  280. Benefiting from the GLib core
  281. Switching to Intel MacBook
  282. OpenPsa sources moved to Subversion
  283. MidCOM on PHP5, finally
  284. Big changes in the MidCOM project
  285. Help GNOME choose its CMS
  286. Back on duty
  287. Synchronization and the Free Software Desktop in GUADEC
  288. CMS Watch: Midgard keeps chugging along
  289. The Midgard Position
  290. Changing schemas on the fly
  291. Midgard Developer Meeting in Komorniki
  292. Navigation items and redirection
  293. Make your site Growl
  294. MidCOM's new ACL editor released
  295. Midgard2 is becoming reality
  296. Midgard's new toolbar
  297. Midgard for Mac
  298. Thinking about GUADEC
  299. From mailing lists to forums
  300. Performance tips for MidCOM 2.5
  301. MidCOM PEAR channel upgraded
  302. In EclipseCon 2006
  303. Why are we going to EclipseCon
  304. MidCOM PEAR channel not working with PEAR 1.4.7
  305. The doubtful future of OSCOM
  306. MidCOM and browser cache
  307. EclipseCon preparations
  308. Going to California and Brazil
  309. Get MidCOM from a PEAR channel
  310. MidCOM PEAR 1.4 packaging works
  311. Midgard Wiki rewritten
  312. Happy New Year, and a look back at 2005
  313. Looking at the PHP workflow options
  314. Intellectual Property and the Open Source Business
  315. PEAR packager tries to be too smart
  316. Midgard's new style engine
  317. Web trends for 2006
  318. Midgard, prefetching and the style engine
  319. Midgard for media agencies
  320. Midgard slides from Curitiba
  321. Midgard and style's attachments
  322. Pyhä-Luosto goes Midgard CMS
  323. Going to Fórum GNOME
  324. Tango - shared UI style for the web
  325. Does it make the planes fly?
  326. Sketch your website with DENIM
  327. Interested in the Zend PHP Framework
  328. Finnish Midgard slides from friday
  329. If your Apache ever runs out of semaphores...
  330. Midgard meeting in Linköping
  331. New event calendar for MidCOM
  332. PHP memory problems on Apache 2
  333. Midgard in the mountains: Trip to Georgia
  334. Why web designers need a CMS
  335. MidCOM and content update notifications
  336. CMS Watch Kudos of 2005
  337. Posting pictures from iPhoto to Midgard
  338. More about positioning on the web
  339. Midgard on OS X is rolling
  340. Minor development setback
  341. Kubrick layout for Midgard CMS
  342. First look at the new AIS
  343. Midgard Wiki doing fine
  344. Mapping the Midgard community
  345. RSS feed creator library for MidCOM
  346. Midgard wiki now available
  347. The trouble with Frameworks
  348. Repligard, your days are numbered
  349. HTML Tidy integrated into MidCOM
  350. Contact display widget for MidCOM
  351. Things happening last May
  352. Itse Valtiaat website launched
  353. Packaging MidCOM with PEAR
  354. MidCOM is becoming the default API
  355. Hour approval component for MidCOM
  356. Notes from the Russian Open Source Forum
  357. Going to Russian Open Source Forum
  358. Sunday Notes from MgdSchema Workshop
  359. Nemein expands to Caucasus
  360. Incompetence at German embassy in Tbilisi (updated)
  361. Creating reusable styles for Midgard
  362. Second day of Nonprofit Technology Conference
  363. First day of Nonprofit Technology Conference
  364. Clarifying datagard
  365. MidCOM indexer setup notes
  366. MidCOM search engine in production
  367. Markdown support for Midgard
  368. Design new MidCOM UI - Win an iPod Mini
  369. Easier handling of CSS with MidCOM
  370. Multilingual MidCOM sites
  371. Enabling PermaLink autodetection
  372. Jukka back from hiatus, JCR for Midgard
  373. Revised discussion forum for Midgard
  374. Site creation wizard runs
  375. Midgard site creation wizard
  376. Adding categories to a Midgard blog
  377. Midgard as the modern-day Hansa
  378. Midgard will have integrated search
  379. Gotchas for new Midgardians
  380. Creating custom navigation with MidCOM
  381. Comparing Midgard and WordPress
  382. Adding location awareness to blogs
  383. Midgard's aggregator now supports multiple encodings
  384. Two new Midgard buttons
  385. Getting closer to Windows
  386. Filesystem-enabled MidCOM-template now available
  387. Project GNOMEgard
  388. Why do we need MgdSchema?
  389. The connected gathering
  390. Some MgdSchema notes
  391. New look at NemeinQuiz
  392. Talking points for the Midgard Gathering
  393. Filesystem MidCOM going strong
  394. Midgard 1.6: Power, Flexibility, Out of the box
  395. Planet Midgard updates
  396. Standardized CSS layouts with Midgard
  397. New ways for Midgard coding
  398. Test install of Midgard 1.6.0rc2
  399. Minor Midgard Blogging Tool Updates
  400. Making Open Source Content Management Suck Less
  401. This is now Unicode
  402. Using Weblog Editors with Midgard CMS
  403. I'm Moblogging Now
  404. Endorsing MidCOM's Migration to File System
  405. Hunting a PHP segfault
  406. Midgard and UTF-8 Instructions
  407. MidCOM and HTTP Conditional GET
  408. Content Creation with SMS
  409. Success of WordPress: PHP vs. Java
  410. RSS Feed of Midgard-User Posts
  411. Indonesian Midgard Blog
  412. Style and Accessibility for HTML Forms
  413. Open Source Success Factors
  414. Midgard's 5th Anniversary - A Better Web for 5 Years
  415. Working with Build Buddy
  416. Dip in Midgard Usage
  417. JPEG hassles
  418. Accessible Forms with XHTML Labels
  419. Taking a Look at SpiderAdmin
  420. Open Source and Usability
  421. RSS as Business Notification Tool
  422. OSCOM's Wechner is One of CMS Leaders to Watch in 2004
  423. MidRepository hacking in OSCOM Sprint Zurich
  424. Midgard and Project UTF-8
  425. HKLC moves Aegir CMS to GPL licensing
  426. Workflow for Midgard
  427. Dublin Core metadata with CMFs
  428. 10 Best Features from Commercial CMS
  429. TownPortal: Bringing RSS to masses
  430. Open Source vs. Open Standards
  431. Why MidCOM rocks
  432. Too much free software
  433. NTLMSSP support added to Midgard
  434. Benchmarking Midgard performance
  435. Case study: Building the OSCOM site
  436. Midgard installfest on Aug 14th 2001
  437. Speaking engagements in May/June
  438. The Midgard Project turns one
  439. Midgard European tour
  440. Transcript from first Midgard IRC meeting
  441. Lack of updates
  442. Gettin' Stoned ;-)
  443. News back online
  444. Midgard launch