November 5, 2007
The Dojo Toolkit is proud to announce our 1.0 release to the entire Web community! I could not be more psyched to be part of the monumental effort that is Dojo… great job everyone!
April 23, 2007
We know Alexa ranks are not completely accurate (wink), but sometimes it’s helpful to know what Alexa sees. So, we developed a little Alexa reporting code for our own needs, since Amazon Web Services only include sample code for 3-month ranks (and not 1-day ranks). We offer this code with a BSD-style license in case it can be helpful to you as well.
The code provides a few easy PHP5 functions to build the query for Amazon Web Information Services (AWIS), perform the query, and parse the results for 3-month and 1-day ranks. We also offer a friendly stub to get it all working; it’s nothing fancy like “site traffic on roids“, but it’s plug and play.
If PHP is not your flavor, here’s a place where you can find some other good samples from Alexa Web Information Service.
February 5, 2007
With the release of Adium Message style – Renkoo, v2.3, the graphical assets of Renkoo are now available open sourced under the BSD and AFL license.
What does that mean? According to Torrey, “relatively soon I will be making a page that hosts not only the open source theme assets but also the source Photoshop files I used to create the theme. More details to follow! “
January 25, 2007
In the interview, Duncan McGreggor chats with Kevin Murphy and Adam Rifkin about our use of Twisted’s technology in the development of Renkoo. Here’s what Duncan says about our application:
I was invited to try out Renkoo, and I must say that I was delighted with it. I find that nearly all of the gatherings I have with my friends start as ill-defined events that slowly (and often painfully) evolve into events with exact space-time coordinates. Renkoo looks like the kind of app that could soothe or eliminate that pain.