I popped in on the site to see if they had opened the code.The project link at joindiaspora.com now takes you to zombo.com. I hope it’s a joke and not a vaporware indicator. I wonder what the hell they were on at Burning Man? Looks like Maxwell is taking credit for it, github is up.
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Tags: diaspora, zombo.com
Tags: chmod, cyberduck, permissions
Thank you for the quick update. The permission resets and chmod’s were really starting to wear me down.
I need to get some quick wireframes out the door. I was going to do them in Omnigraffle, but as someone I know and respect said, it kinda gets in the way. I’ll have to see if that holds true for Justinmind. They could certainly do with a faster server, 23 minutes for a 63M [...]
Tags: contracting, Freelancer
I registered over there today and looked through the listings. Here are a couple of things that I think would be good ideas: Add captcha to try and stop all the scripted autobids from Bulgaria. How in the world can anyone posting a project take any of the bids seriously with that going on? Much [...]
… I was fooled. It looked like Windows might be the path of least resistance for a project. And, once again, burned. There’s three hours of my life I’ll never get back. Hello again, Ubuntu.
I read a post over at Smiley Cat about a Java script physics engine that is located on Sourceforge. I’m going to use it for the splash page at http://sparkyguzman.com. A couple of good examples of what is possible with it are: http://mrdoob.com/projects/chromeexperiments/ball_pool/ http://mrdoob.com/projects/chromeexperiments/google_gravity/ The Google search is pretty awesome. I’m getting tired of CMS and blog platforms, [...]
… for my buddy Sparky. And it’s fun! Gonna throw a bit of HTML 5 in there just for shits and giggles. I’ll let you know how it goes.
Tags: mongrel, mysql, rails, ruby, ubuntu
A buddy asked me this week about deploying a Rails app on Linux and my response was close to “life is like a box of chocolates…” Losing my Linux foo seems to be a side effect of becoming Windows stupid because of .NET and MSSQL at work. I try not to be a hater, but [...]
Requirements vary for different combinations of components within Visual Studio 2008 Professional Editions. To install Visual Studio 2008 Professional Edition, you need: Computer with a 1.6 GHz or faster processor Visual Studio 2008 can be installed on the following operating systems: Windows Vista® (x86 & x64) – all editions except Starter Edition Windows® XP (x86 & [...]