I want to show how to speedup the ProtocolFilter when dealing with IO that can block your application.
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I was just perusing the Google Pack Software page, Google's free software downloads. I noticed something remarkable. OpenOffice is no longer there.
OpenOffice has enjoyed the partnership of Google for a while, being part of the Google Pack Software. But no more. OpenOffice just isn't there.
I suppose Google prefers the online document editor hosted on its own site...its very own Google Docs. Eh...
An enlightening posting from Don MacAskill at SmugMug tells the details.
LoggingFormatter is a new formatter that will log in Thread that log the event.
Passwordless pfexec is the OpenSolaris version of sudo in Linux.
I have a friend. He wrote his own programming language. Then he proceeded to embed said language into his own webserver. He built his entire development stack and he is very productive with it. I worry for my friend. Isn't he hurting his marketability? Is there an unmarketable innovator's dilemma?
This blog explains how I used Crucible for Code review of my work in Sailfin.
See a collection of recent observations and insights.
Watch a video by Sun's Roman Shaposhnik.
A Linux Format article makes for illuminating reading.
Courtesy of Tim Foster at Sun. Also check out the free OpenSolaris Storage Summit 2008, coming up in San Jose, California.
I just released SomnifugiJMS v22. Not alpha-0-22. After reading some blogs and reflectin, SomnifugiJMS is finally done with alpha releases.
Best Project, Best Project for the Enterprise, Best Project for Educators, ... 12 categories in all.
Want to use manage Jetty with SMF service on solaris ? I have contributed a patch to Jetty and OpenSolaris to allow start/stop/refresh on Jetty server, with a plus, where non-root users can bind to privileged ports.
What do you think about the current period that open source is passing? What do you do for open source and why do you do it? Please, let's have an interesting discussion in this post!
Even when most of the time the source code for open source projects used is not needed it might come handy whenever problems occur. This is just one example I recently stumbled upon.
Things i learned from being the only developer on a few open-source projects.
Read an interview that touches on many frequently debated aspects of open source.