Project details for Trac Project details for Trac
Trac is a minimalistic but highly useful issue tracker and software project environment based around an integrated Wiki engine. Features include an interface to Subversion (source revision control), a bug/issue tracking database, and convenient report facilities.

What’s Google up to?

Google is up to something. In recent months they’ve added Mozilla developers and a MSFT NT engineer to the payroll. Rumors swirl about some calendar app. Well, imagine this. A Linux distro that turns your PC into a node on a Google network, replete with a desktop that runs Windows apps (who better to straighten out Wine than someone who helped design NT) , a Google browser, Google searching capabilty of all of your data, and as a bonus, the ability to Google your fiends PCs. During down time, your screensaver runs some distributed processes from the Google net.

Just a thought.

Tiotha – Windows Shell Replacement For a Networked Environment

Tiotha – Home
Tiotha is a replacement shell for Windows that seeks to simplify limiting available applications by user roll and machine context in an Active Directory environment. Combining a suitable Tiotha configuration with appropriate Group Policies results in a robust, centrally managed, desktop security solution.”

Open-Xchange Get Bug Fixes Project details for OPEN-XCHANGE
Several bugfixes were made, making it possible for this release to be used with the Outlook connector (OXlook), which is also provided in the download section. Better support for Eclipse were implemented along with easier installation and improved performance for heavy concurrent use.

Flash Podcast Browser…

Scripting News: 3/3/2005
Kosso gave me a sneak peek at something very very cool he’s working on. It’s a Flash-based podcast browser. It’s so funny, I was laughing out loud while playing with it. Wowowo!

Do check this out, it is very cool.

Netscape Browser 8.0 Beta Released

BetaNews | Netscape Browser 8.0 Beta Goes Live
America Online’s Netscape team has opened its doors to the public, releasing the first beta of the revived Netscape Web browser. Based upon Firefox, Netscape version 8 focuses on security and user privacy, and supports rendering with both Mozilla’s Gecko and Microsoft’s Internet Explorer browser engines.

Neat feature: toggle back and forth between Firefox and IE rendering. It really works like 2 browsers in one:)

Real Integrates Into BlackBoard

Products & Services > Digital Media Solutions for the Blackboard Learning System™
The Blackboard Integration Suite from Real and Accordent Technologies enables non-technical users to publish video and audio directly into the Blackboard Learning System. In addition to simplifying the publishing process, the solution fully supports the Helix Server infrastructure and RealVideo 10 and RealAudio 10.

This is not really a surprise. BB has needed to add this sort of functionality for a while.