I noticed that my colleague Kunal wrote a series of article on OpenDS indexes.
Here’s an index of his posts:
Kunal is a committer in the OpenDS project, has recently developed the support for extensible matching rules and indexes in OpenDS, as well as all internationalized matching rules (also called collation rules) which allow to filter LDAP content according to a language specific rules.
Kunal is also an amateur photographer and we’re planning on bringing our respective toys in San Francisco next week to shoot pictures of the city but also during the CommunityOne and the JavaOne conferences.
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Some time ago, I enabled the ClustrMaps on my blog to get some idea of who was reading this space and where from.
And I must say I’m completely amazed by the global reach out of what I post here.
Below is a picture indicating the location of the readers from March 19 to May 20, 2009.
While I’m not surprise that most readers are from US and Europe, I find it interesting that the blog has been read from 94 different countries, some of which I cannot even place on the map.
The power of the Internet keeps amazing me everyday. Now it would be really cool if you, reader from one of those little isolated red dot, could leave a comment and tell me what you’re interested in, and how you use OpenDS if you do.
Note that I do understand French, English and Spanish, so this leaves you some choice for leaving your comment. So don’t be shy !
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