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Blog Archive for turbogeek during December 2004

It's time to welcome new projects into the community. They need help and volunteers to get things going. Please email there owners and ask how you can help. Here are the links and descriptions to the latest additions to the Global Education and Learning Community (GELC). Please look through the summaries (from their project page). If you find something interesting, join their projects and help...
Q: Why do open source projects fail? A: Because failure is easy. You may run an open source project or a part of one. Odds are, things are not as rosy as you expected. Where are the volunteers? Where is the community? How can I make this project succeed? The simple fact is that open source is not a guarantee of success. The real successes, like JBoss, Apache, Linux and others comes from the...
Two more projects have been added to the Global Education and Learning Community (GELC) at java.net. This week we have a new project based on JXTA P2P for bioinformatics. The second project is neural networks that will help categorize poems after their authors. Take a look and see if there is a project you are interested in and email the owners on how you can help out. Remember this is a...
It's time to welcome new projects into the community. They need help and volunteers to get things going. Please email there owners and ask how you can help. Here are the links and descriptions to the latest additions to the Global Education and Learning Community (GELC). Please look through the summaries (from their project page). If you find something interesting, join their projects and help...
Many more projects have been added to the Global Education and Learning Community (GELC) at java.net. Again we have quite a mix from a student's exploration into Java, a Tapestry project and even an attempt to create a web interface in the style of one of my favorite BBC programs "Connections" (have James Burke drop me an email if you know him). Take a look and see if there is a project you are...