I forgot to mention, but Guillaume, the lead developer for OpenIG, has also started a blog to discuss about Middleware, and share his experience and thoughts about OpenIG.
He has started a great series of posts introducing OpenIG, it’s use cases, some terminology…
I encourage you to take a look at it here : In Between – a Blog by Guillaume Sauthier
It looks like Oracle has put another dent in Sun blogging platform. First, when they moved blogs.sun.com content to Oracle’s platform, they got rid of my blog design, breaking some of the layout, but more importantly removing the Creative Common license notice that I had explicitly used.
A few days ago, someone asked me if Oracle thought that my 6 years of blogging at Sun were not worth the storage, as he hit a 404 while trying to access my blog at blogs.sun.com/Ludo/. I checked, and it appears Oracle has made some changes and the redirection is broken. The blog and posts are still on Oracle platform, and you may search for them.
But when I moved out of Oracle, I had archived and restored all of my posts here at ludpoitou.wordpress.com. You can search through it, or use the Calendar to go back in time and retrieve those old posts (some of which still have value for anyone who has some interest in LDAP).
Time to update the old bookmarks ?!
I’ve already mentioned that Mark Craig has joined ForgeRock and started to blog about OpenDJ.
Here’s a few tips he’s recently posted about OpenDJ :
I’m sure there are more to come.
If you’re not following Mark’s blog feed yet, you should !
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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