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Distributed objects – how to cope with objects scattered across multiple Fedora’s

April 18, 2008

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I was asked this question by Chris Wilper a couple of weeks ago: From http://blogs.sun.com/georg/entry/open_respository_2008_day_3“Scalability : objects can be placed in any object store on thenetwork, and located via their object meta data. This means thatscaling over multiple Fedora instances is a no brainer.” Sounds cool. How’d you do resolution? (e.g. a request comes in,which […]

Ditching the DB-based blog for a semantic one

April 17, 2008

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Why Yet-another-blog-engine? Well, blog engines tend to do the same things, their functionality is derived by simple views on a relational DB. To a large extent, I think that this RDB reliance has shaped the scope of what you can do with a blog and also I really feel it has guided how the blog […]

Release of alpha-quality web interface framework for Fedora

April 16, 2008

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Just a heads up that I have uploaded the code for the web interface framework for Fedora – the same framework I used at Open Repositories 2008, but cleaned up a bit. (In respect for that, it ships with the same graphics and blurb from the OR08 EPrints repository) Project Home:http://code.google.com/p/python-fedoracommons-webarchive/ I am adding documentation […]