This is the page 56 of 113 of the blog archive. On this page you have articles from 02 Jun 2007 to 27 Apr 2007.

Midgard uses Trac now

We’ve just switched Midgard and MidCOM to use the Trac project infrastructure. Seems very nice, especially as it uses Midgard site accounts for authentication.
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Diners Club going Social Web?

I recently logged in to the Diners Club extranet to check the credit card balance after our trip to Provence, and noticed a new feature there. They had picked some restaurant bills from my credit card statement and asked for me to rate them in a very typical Web 2.0 fashion:
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Time to pack

It is time to move and I’m packing my things. I loved the “little family” we ran for a while, the view we had over the roofs of Helsinki, and living in close proximity of some of my friends that enabled shared sauna evenings.

Welcome to the new server

My blog is now running on a virtual Debian box. It should provide much faster response times and better stability for my blog than the older solution. I will be sharing the server with Arttu from

Midgard Weekly Summary #74: May 11th 2007

Asgard reborn. Work has started to build a new administrative interface for Midgard. Asgard is completely powered by Midgard’s new reflection APIs and automatically supports managing all MgdSchema objects installed on a server
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Building a new admin interface for Midgard

We had a 19-hour hacking session last Friday with Arttu, Rambo and Jerry to build new “general Midgard admin UI” targeted at replacing Aegir and Spider Admin with something that follows both MgdSchema and MidCOM DBA rules and APIs, and so is compatible with Midgard 2.

Solution to slowness of my site coming

I’m really sorry for the state my site has been in for the last month or so. The server I’m hosted on is really starting to decay.

Midgard Weekly Summary #73: April 27th 2007

This week has been busy with Midgard-related releases. The MidCOM 2.8 and Midgard 1.8.3 combo is very enticing, as it enables trying out the new replication system.