I appologize for not posting here at all over the past couple of weeks. Since coming back from vacation I've been heads down in a couple of projects. First, we're preparing the requirements and line items for the next release of the Emerging Technologies Toolkit. Second, I'm working on a proposal for a new potentially interesting activity that unfortunately I can't disclose any information about. Third, I'm continuing work on DNS Endpoint Discovery. Fourth, the kids have been sick. Ordinarily that last point wouldn't impact work so much, however, since I work from home full time, it can get a bit challenging :-) ... not that I'm complaining about being able to work from home full time :-). In any case, several things I've been monitoring:
- IBM's Sanjiva Weerawarana has been working on an open source software project to help his home country of Sri Lanka deal with the tsunami crisis. If you want to help, check out the Sahana project on sourceforge. The Sahana application has been deployed here.
- Huygens has landed! This is extremely cool. Can't wait to see the pictures.
- The IETF Atompub working group has produced another draft of the Atom Syndication Format. Well worth checking out if you're into that sorta thing.
More later as time allows