September 22nd is the OneWebDay. It is a day when users of the World Wide Web are encouraged to show how the Internet affects their lives. The purpose of the event is to globally celebrate online life.
Midgard CMS has had an integrated RSS and Atom aggregator for several years. It has been used for both bringing simple news feeds to portal sites, and for Planet-like large-scale blog aggregation.
I’ve just uploaded Rambo’s latest improvement to OpenPsa Contacts: The ability to find and merge duplicate contact persons.
MidCOM, the component framework used in Midgard CMS is rapidly approaching 2.6 stable, and a lot of minor improvements are trickling in. These include a drag-and-drop way to reorganize navigation items and a new view listing MidCOM contributors.
I’m now running Tails, a Firefox extension that recognizes and handles Microformats embedded in web pages. This means that if I browse to a compliant event calendar I can add an event there to my calendar with single click, or add contacts from a web page into my address book.
This should be obvious to most dealing with open source, but the example of Linux and others outlines three points for creating a successful free software project:
I’ve again gotten quite backlogged with publishing photos from various adventures. Today I fortunately had time to push tree sets on Flickr:
The latest blog meme is listing metro lines you’ve used. Here’s mine, although Tbilisi Metro wasn’t listed:
I’ve just committed the new login screen styling for Midgard CMS into the SVN repository.