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WebDAV now available on Lighttpd, Nginx, IIS ...

Previously the WebDAV solution from C-Dot Consultants was only available on Apache web servers. Well, that's all changed! ... read on
07 Oct 2013 | Crawford Currie

Why Don't Any Animals Have Open Source?

Sounds odd I know, they sure don't have. Anyway, this one recoins a video by Michael Stevens called "Why Don't Any Animals Have Wheels?". Thanks for yet another video on crazy questions taken serious. ... read on
24 Jun 2013 | Michael Daum

Nice feedback on WebDAV

"We will be using your WebDAV solution as secure fileserver, and treat the Wiki only as one way to access it" ... read on
07 Jun 2013 | Crawford Currie

Blogs vs Wikis, an old debate?

Here's a video that I still find particularly funny, even though it seems a bit outdated, not only because of its retro look&feel. ... read on
04 May 2013 | Michael Daum

Foswiki is getting SQL RDBMS support!

For a long time we've talked about stitching a relational database into Foswiki, mainly to speed up query searches. To keep things simple Foswiki uses a text database, which stores topics in lots of individual files. By default, searches are implemented by searching every one of these files individually for matching text. This isn't as bad as it sounds; searching is surprisingly fast. But it doesn't scale up terribly well, so people have coupled in various full-text search engines, such as Kinosearch, to accelerate text searches. ... read on
26 Oct 2010 | Crawford Currie

The Dark Side of Open Source: pwning a copyright

What is legally permissible when adding a copyright notice to a derivative work? ... read on
27 Apr 2010 | Crawford Currie
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