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Planet Midgard updates

Planet Midgard is the blog aggregator displaying what's going on in the Midgard community. Planet Midgard is now running latest version of net.nemein.rss aggregator, meaning a bunch of new things: Support for feeds in Atom format (previously we could aggregate only RSS feeds)UTF-8 support, meaning that we can now aggregate blog postings in non-western characters (especially Russian seems to be...

Standardized CSS layouts with Midgard

Based on my earlier blog entry, there was an interesting talk in OSCOM 4 about CSS Naming Conventions. My after-talk discussions with Thorsten Scherler led to development of OSCOM specification for CSS Naming Conventions. I've now used the XHTML skeleton from the specification for some websites, and have been generally quite happy with it. Here is a simple Midgardization of...

New OpenPSA Campaign Query Tool

Eero has been working on OpenPSA Sales lately to support the CRM deployment Helsinki Business Polytechnic (Helia) is now doing.

New ways for Midgard coding

For years Midgard application development has been constrained by the fact that most of the programming work has had to be made through a browser window. Now there is a solution through WebDAV. Earlier usage of better editors has been possible through two slightly hacky solutions: PHPmole is a nice IDE for PHP. However, it is written using the PHP-GTK...

Test install of Midgard 1.6.0rc2

Midgard 1.6.0rc2 was released earlier today. I decided to try it on my local iBook. Most of the stuff seems to install just like in my earlier installation, except that some packages have been renamed. midgard-lib is now midgard-core and mod_midgard is now midgard-apache1. First problem was that I tried to install Midgard to a custom prefix, /usr/local/midgard, and midgard-config...
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OSCOM's Visual Identity

We were thinking in OSCOM 4 about how to get the different Open Source CMS projects to feel more connected with the OSCOM process. One part of this was to get some link buttons that would make it easier for the projects to link to OSCOM. Marc Infield from Infield Design responded quickly to Gregor's request. Here are his OSCOM...

Minor Midgard Blogging Tool Updates

Categorization works quite simply; the MetaWebLog API connector for the de.linkm.newsticker looks at its schema definition, and if it finds specific field definitions it will enable categorization. The two options here are: Multiple categories per post: "categories" => array ("description" => "Categories","datatype" => "multiselect","location" => "parameter","multiselect_selection_list" => array ("cat1" => "Category 1","cat2" => "Category 2", ), ), Or single category...

OpenPSA Documents supports WebDAV

WebDAV is an HTTP based file transfer protocol supported by most major operating systems and Microsoft Office. WebDAV support now makes OpenPSA Documents a much more useful document repository. The WebDAV server was implemented with the PEAR HTTP_WebDAV_Server package. So far I've only tested it as a network filesystem for Mac OS X and Windows XP and with the Goliath...
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Back from the North

Since this was our first hunting trip we concentrated mostly on getting familiar with the forest area and what game can be found there. We slept the night in a Finnish teepee (laavu) with a fire to keep warm. During the reconnaissance trips we saw rabbits, reindeer, swans and several species of arctic birds. I got close enough to try...

Work Shift Planning with OpenPSA

All work positions will appear as resources in the group calendar Doctors can apply for a particular shift by making a reservation Email notifications will be generated monthly about unallocated shifts and sent to all doctors After each day the times of the work shift will be copied by the system to the doctors' hour reports The doctors check the...