Notice! This blog is no longer updated as such, and the new spot to point your feedreaders and blurry eyes are https://shelter.nu/blog/
This also means no more comments here, and especially not you spammers, you filthy floatsam of the internet!
- I've hacked a comment system into xSiteable, and hence - also this site. Tell me if it works. :)
xSiteable is getting a configuration overhaul. Let me know of any features you feel lacking.
- I promised to release a 0.86 version of xSiteable last week, but I'm sorry to say that I just couldn't find the time to do it. My wife is approaching labour (we're expecting a second child in a week), and preparations and excitement over this rated higher that writing documentation. Sorry, will get it out this week. I promise. Really.
- I've started making a distributed topicmaps editor in the .NET framework. Plans are even to create a service so that everybody (who's ISP don't have .NET installed) can edit and create topic maps, and give us the possibility of sharing them across the net. More on this as things progress.
- I'm involved with a huge Topic maps project at work, and I may have the chance to use the amazing OKS to create a true knowledge-base. I'm quite excited about this work.
So, there you have it. There has been quite some movement in various mailing-lists lately about the whole social software thing, but I don't know what started people on this old thing. Social software has been around for years in some form or other. That the buzzword should emerge now I guess is due to a few different things, but mostly I think it is due to the fact of a) blogging, b) value of online time and c) "added value" to whatever sites that makes/tries to make money.
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