Interesting WikiWiki page: History of Iterative Development.
I'm interested in a the headings for a cross-Wiki comparison, or a good starting point. Please send them to me via the email link on the left.
Bill Seitz is doing Wiki Consulting. Laura T's wiki site is sharp...too bad I can't find it again! >:-(. Someday I'll learn the magic of stylesheets. She has a good article in fixing the dates in SquishDot. (btw, I like the WikiLinks many people use in blogs.)
Interesting site traffic moniter.
Alice 2.0 is out. Wanna try it...must wait till Goodmanson 3.0 is out. ;-)
I've heard that "or" is for persons, "er" is for things. Site Moniter, Classroom Monitor, as my linguist wife informed me with a follow-up that it's a murky rule.
And to say it again, Scrum continues to amaze me, simple, plenty of stuff for all die-hards to take ownership in, values, metrics, in-your-face goals. Looking forward to 2003. Wonder wat the folks at OSA think about it...looking forward to fishbowling their new collaboration environments.
I didn't see this great blogging article pop-up much in my readers... I like the "throw another log on the fire" analogy.
Had a rotten time posting XML examples at WorkBench comments.
I'm in the top 20 hits for searches for Rutabagas. I seem to get 1 hit a day. ;-)
Fighting with DTML the last few days. Zope Catalogs in one corner, me in....knocked out on the floor. Requested a ZWiki recipe archive to hold basic mixing blocks of ZWiki scripting...we'll see where that goes. Lots of fundamental features are getting nicely polished, while the code is harder for newbs. Renamed the ZwikiDataTable stuff to ZwikiRecordBook Sums up ideas better. ZwikiTracker is getting easier to implement. Someone submitted a Python script to build a catalog and ZwikiTracker. First time it took me about 15 minutes to type it all in.
Awaiting a Zope book from a Freezope award. The Zope Book 2.6/7 has a request reviewing...should've dug in instead of trying to hatchet away at my ZWiki hacks. Played with Zope 2.6. The error information within the ZMI rocks. I can't seem to get a Poll product working, PIL problems, and worked through a couple issues. Seems 2.6 demands every function has a docstring. :-) I've been lurking the Python Doc-Sig list. It's amazing how fast bug turnaround is. Looking for another one of those Python-Dev summaries that have started up again. The Python-URL! stuttured a bit over Thanksgiving. If you've got a few+ hours on a weekend or a cool link or so...volunteer.