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TOPFtäglich #33, 31.7.2008: Die Open Grid Public Beta ist am Start!

by Christian Scholz on July 31, 2008

In this episode I talk about this announcement (Link zum Video) Shownotes Alles was ihr wissen müsst findet ihr in diesem Beitrag. Ansonsten geht es im übrigen auch noch um Twitter. Antwortet mir: Wird es Twitter in einem Jahr noch (…)

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Linden Lab opens it’s world

by Christian Scholz on July 31, 2008

Today is the launch of the Open Grid Public Beta by Linden Lab. But what is it? It’s the start of the implementation of the Open Grid Protocol and while Linden Lab calls it beta it’s really just the kickoff (…)

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TOPFtäglich #32, 30.7.2008: Kündigen lohnt!

by Christian Scholz on July 31, 2008

In this episode: Cancelling your cellphone provider contract is a good thing as then you get the good offers! An sich sollte das klar sein, aber wer seinen Vetrag nicht kündigt, ist wahrscheinlich selber Schuld, so wie ich so oft: (…)

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TOPFtäglich #31, 29.7.2008: Python Developer geektalk und ein Update bzgl. Open Grid Protocol

by Christian Scholz on July 30, 2008

In this episode I talk web frameworks such as repoze.cfg and database adapters such as z3c.dobbin as well as the Open Grid Protocol where the developer sandbox from Linden Lab will open tomorrow. Da habe ich das Video zwar gestern (…)

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TOPFtäglich #30, 28.7.2008: MySpace, DataPortability, Gerlinger Spitzel und bliptv.reader

by Christian Scholz on July 29, 2008

in this episode: MySpace, Orange and OpenID, DataPortability Project, Gerling does spy on their employees and my release of bliptv.reader (Link zum Video) Technorati Tags: topftäglich, myspace, openid, dataportability, orange, gerling, bliptv.reader

OpenID bei MySpace und Orange

by Christian Scholz on July 28, 2008

MySpace and Orange both joined the OpenID scene recently. MySpace with a rather disappointing approach in just being an OpenID provider, Orange with a better approach in being a Relying Party (Consumer). The latter is what we need more of! (…)

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Announcement: bliptv.reader for easy access to blip.tv hosted videos from Python

by Christian Scholz on July 27, 2008

Motivation Right now I am in the process of converting all of the EuroPython conference footage for streaming on the web in order to publish it on COM.lounge TV and the EuroPython blog. This means not only some work in (…)

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TOPFtäglich #29, 24.7.2008: Ein Plone-Workshop auf der FrOSCon

by Christian Scholz on July 24, 2008

COM.lounge is proud to sponsor a Plone Workshop at the FrOSCon conference near Bonn on 23./24.8.2008. It will be two days, held by Jean-Paul Ladage of Zest Software and will cost you only EUR 30,- plus EUR 5,- FrOSCon entrance. (…)

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TOPFtäglich #28, 23.7.2008: Nix passiert….

by Christian Scholz on July 23, 2008

News are thin these days.. so nothing really happens in this episode.. ;-) (Link zum Video) Tja, nix passiert.. nur der Spiegel regt auf und ich weiss nichtmal, warum… Technorati Tags: topftäglich

TOPFtäglich #27, 22.7.2008: DataPortability und die Szene drumrum

by Christian Scholz on July 23, 2008

In this episode: The DataPortability Project and the scene around it So, heute doch mal wirder etwas später, aber noch geschafft!!! :-) (Link zum Video) Shownotes DataPortability Project portablecontacts.net autonomo.us Technorati Tags: topftäglich, dataportability, oscon, portablecontacts, opensocial, autonomo.us