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I joined the Fresco Project back when it was called Berlin. It is basically a cross-platform windowing client-server environment based on Unicode, OpenGL and CORBA, or - as many people would like - a replacement for the X windowing system.

I joined mainly as a web developer, creating the logo and graphical feel, and the website at the time (lasted for a good five years).

Then, about a year ago, I started a new design and made a framework in XSLT to drive it. That XSLT framework was the "daddy" of xSiteable, although somewhat more geek-friendly. The new design and website was release around the fall of 2002, and you can find it over here.

Wisdom compressed

"Sarchasm: The gulf between the author of sarcastic wit and the person who doesn't get it."

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Please note that the this blog is a low-traffic blog where I only write about things of a given importance, when they are important. For a more fast-paced day-to-day blog, there is my other blog with its RSS feed.

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