Guardian reports that the British RFID passports are now cracked, meaning that their information can be remotely read, and the passport copied:
I will be flying to Foz do Iguacu tomorrow for the LatinoWare 2006 conference. My talk on Digital Business Ecosystem is scheduled at 2pm on thursday the 16th. As I’ve already given two earlier talks on DBE in Brazil, I will this time skip most of the politics and focus on how DBE can make everybody in the business of...
As reported by Inz, Maemo Blog seems to work properly with Midgard CMS now. Cool!
I’ve today upgraded the Midgard development environment on my MacBook to a more reasonable software setup:
We rolled the initial Project Broker user interface into OpenPsa 2 with Rambo yesterday. Since we were on schedule we went to work in the countryside where we wouldn’t be disturbed. Fireplace, a bit of snow, and no Internet connection make it a perfect place for a coding sprint.
The Supreme Administrative Court has ruled that Lord Mayor Jussi Pajunen was disqualified to decide the fate of the historic Helsinki-Malmi airport. Helsingin Sanomat reports:
Pjotr has just posted the video from our Murmansk trip to Google Video:
The GNOME desktop community has been evaluating different CMS options since July. TikiWiki, Drupal and eZpublish were eliminated because of missing features, and the final was between Plone and Midgard CMS.
One big idea we’ve had with OpenPsa has been supporting various standards and Microformats to make the user experience richer.
Midgard’s support for GeoRSS is solidifying with the auto-probing system in OpenPsa and the latest release of org.routamc.positioning.