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Blog Archive for gonzo during February 2005

polo rolled in the latest prefuse lib whereby a myjxta user can now copy aside a myjxta graph by placing focus on the graph and simply entering ctrl-e. very cool! there's much more we can do with this feature. MyJXTA :: use it - learn it - do it Java == platform independence XML == application independence JXTA == network independence Secure End-to-End Computing in my ears: Gravity Kills...
Jeff Moore, aka polo, is now a MyJXTA project co-owner. I had the good fortune to meet Jeff while attending Linux World in Boston last week and truly look forward to his contributions moving forward. Jeff dove into MyJXTA head first and fleshed out, among other things, the prefuse eye candy. great stuff! MyJXTA :: use it - learn it - do it Java == platform independence XML == application...
ext:config library is a JXTA configuration framework that grew organically via a number of real world venues and has been consistently honed through a steady application of refactoring TLC. The ext:config wiki is nearly draft complete at this time and includes: dependency listing API (object model) profile (declarative model) ui hands on runnable code samples associated resources A few...
JXTA will represent at next weeks Linux World Boston edition. I'll be in town 02.14 - 02.16 so if anyone in the BlogEther happens to be in the area and wants to get together to tip a few and talk smack I'm game. Ok, why did I need an iPod? Given I'm new to the magical Apple Koolaid Elixir and at present amd still happily riding out the initial Mac/OSX buzz I had planned on getting an iPod in...
Running MyJXTA is relatively trivial, either via WebStart or source. While WebStart totally rocks I encourage folks to try building and running from source. I'll get to why in a bit. MyJXTA runs, by default, on the "Public JXTA Network," affectionately called the "PubNet." This is basically an massive sandbox with which JXTA developers can deploy their wares and the JXTA curious can scratch...