Tweet Recently, some interesting projects emerged that make the vision of exchanging distributed information from mailinglists more and more true. ZZ/OSS has the vision that one day it will be able to reuse a certain mailinglist post or thread in Continue reading
Tweet From php.net: “The members of the Hungarian PHP community announce the first Hungarian PHP Conference which will take place in Budapest, on Saturday March 29th, sponsored by several international and local companies. The conference offers an entirely free one-day Continue reading
Tweet The Open Source Applications Foundation started to post summary information about their activities. The first “OSAF Status Update February 26 2003″ is available at http://wiki.osafoundation.org/bin/view/Main/OSAFStatusReports.
Tweet It seems like Christian Stocker found a way to raise the reputation of the PEAR class library project with his recent proposal: “I made a proposal to the pear-dev mailinglist about PEAR Foundation Classes (aka PFC). The main idea Continue reading
Tweet This wonderful paper by Frank Buschmann and Kevlin Henney provides some useful information about software design patterns for distributed computing. A worthwhile read for relaxation at the weekend The document has been written for the EuroPLoP 2002 conference. There Continue reading
Tweet A XSLT stylesheet is available which renders OAI XML output to HTML. It is intended to be used by browsers that support XSLT. Tim Brody, the developer, put it online at http://celestial.eprints.org/stylesheets/celestial.xsl.
Tweet From the specification: “This specification defines a compact binary representation of the Extensible Markup Language XML. The binary XML content format is designed to reduce the transmission size of XML documents, allowing more effective use of XML data on Continue reading
Tweet Christian Stocker is doing a rewrite of Bitfluxeditor based on Midas. Here’s an excerpt of his mail to the Bitfluxeditor developers mailinglist: “I was able to insert arbitary elements and intercept/override key/mouseevents, so everything I had doubts about, seems Continue reading
Tweet Joachim Breitsprecher ported the IBM Websphere Portlet system to PHP. The alpha version has today been committed to CVS. The project homepage resides on Sourceforge: http://sourceforge.net/projects/phportlet.
Tweet The Script Running Machine (SRM) will be optimized. Maintainer Derick Rethans sent the following TODO list to the SRM mailinglist: – Make connection handling Multi-threaded – Port the extension to ZE2 – Implement timers SRM is a PHP extension Continue reading