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Very pleased to see the announcement of the Hula Project
, a lovely web based mail and calendar solution that Novell has open-sourced. They really seem to be heading in the right direction with this one.
Have been playing around with PyLucene
which is a native-compiled Python version of Lucene
, a Java text indexing and searching package.
Have managed to fix up the Pootle
registration process, and set up a Pootle mailing list
for any discussion.
It's really worth taking a look through the Free Software Magazine
Today packaging some stuff up for a client who runs RedHat Enterprise Linux 3.0
Having had many deadlines with my St James Software
work, I haven't had a chance to respond to many Pootle / translate enquiries as I would have liked to. (Fortunately I've been making progress there, it's been nice to get things finished off). Anyway I leave them all marked unread until I do - now have exactly 100 unread messages in my translate list mail folder.
We've put up a live version of Pootle at pootle.wordforge.org
, kindly hosted by my employer, St James Software
Aaron J. Siego thinks that porting too much open source software to Windows will kill open source on the desktop
Came across this in comp.lang.python, fairly useful for localization work as you often have to guess what encoding something is in:
Design a new splash screen for the upcoming 2.0 release
- I like these ideas so far: