On May 28th, 2009 Google announced Wave to much fanfare. Wave was going to change the world by merging blogs, wikis and IM and finally replacing email as the digital world’s main collaborative tool. On August 4th, 2010, 14 months later, Google announced they have stopped working on Wave due to a lack of users. […]
The good people at ProcessOne noticed my dent and blog post about ejabberd’s default configuration. They have already committed changes to restrict MUC room and Pubsub node creation to local users and have opened a ticket to discuss disabling in-band registration. Thanks ProcessOne.
I upgraded my ejabberd to 2.1.0-rc1 today and while doing so decided to start with a fresh ejabberd.cfg. This reminded me of something I noticed when I first switched to ejabberd but forgot to blog about. The default permissions in ejabberd are a bit surprising. Before I go into details, I’m not arguing any of […]
Busyness vs. Burst: Why Corporate Web Workers LookÂ Unproductive: Different ways of working. Don’t be afraid of change: An interesting description of business model changes at Chesspark. BearHugCamp For Those Who Missed It: Notes from a recent meeting on Microblogging. Lots of good XMPP and OMB information.