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When using social networking software/services, users create the content and it is hosted by the service. In most cases, this tight integration between the service hosting the data and the service regulating access to the data works well for the user since it frees the user from considering how they'll store/maintain the data and what to do if the data store becomes inaccessible. This setup also means that the user's content becomes hostage to the service. If the organization providing the service decides a user has acted against its rules or simply no longer wants to provide service to the user, the user's content suddenly vanishes and is no longer accessible to the user. We've seen this with people spending countless hours uploading their content to a social networking service only to have that service decide to terminate their account. If the data was stored external to the service, then the user could be free to use another service (or start their own) and still access all the data they painstakingly created. The purpose of the dsocial project is to come up with a framework that allows content to be created by users, stored and made accessible through APIs such that they can be used by other services. Those other services can then cache the data for efficiency purposes, but can always go back and access the data store so long as authorized by the user. There are certain types of data and APIs that are common to all social networking sites. Data formats and APIs must be developed to support at minimum the following types of data: Authentication and Authorization mechanisms Use of multiple data storage options (standard filesystem, Amazon's S3, Rackspace's Mosso, etc.) User Description/Promotion page Contact/Address Book Calendaring/Event information Blogging/Publishing/RSS Photo Albums Messaging Templating of user-generated content Additional types of data and APIs Music/Jukebox support (much later) Video support (much later)


tardis.edu.au Next iteration of the TARDIS framework. No digital repository required. Federated web stores + ftp access instead. Java + Jython + Django

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This iGoogle theme was developed for GNU/Linux enthusiasts. The iGoogle theme was created by the author with the inclusion of the baby GNU and baby Tux images developed by Nicolas Rougier under the GNU General Public License. The baby GNU and baby Tux images were obtained from http://www.gnu.org/graphics/3dbabygnutux.html.

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Android Ice Cream Sandwich for Galaxy S and Variants.,


Minimalistic helper for keeping an activity log or brief journal from Emacs.,


Online Portal Project - cms based,



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GammaRay is a tool to poke around in a Qt-application and also to manipulate the application to some extent.

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Notepad++ Plugins

Notepad++ plugins is a collection of tools which plays a role of completion for Notepad++. This project contains Explorer, Function List, Hex Editor, Spell Checker and a console program NppExec. Other plugin developers are invited to share their projects

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Java control app for X10 CM11A/CM17A. Includes X10Server server-side app for Win, Linux, & Dallas Semi TINI. Support EEPROM /c dynamic reloadable time-of-day macros. Simple access protocol. Perl client & Java AWT X10Client for Sharp Zaurus, Win, & Linux.