del.icio.us bookmarks for December 12th, 2007

  • lua-users wiki: Lua News – Latest news on Lua, a small embeddable scripting language and related projects.
  • Scala Blog – A planet for programming language Scala blogs and related projects like the lift web development platform.
  • Luminotes: personal wiki notebook – “Luminotes is a WYSIWYG personal wiki notebook for organizing your notes and ideas. It’s designed for creating highly interconnected documents with many links between concepts.”
  • Net Authority – “The Net Authority is an organization dedicated to the removal of offensive material from the Internet.”
  • Mercurial – Mercurial – “Mercurial: a fast, lightweight Source Control Management system designed for efficient handling of very large distributed projects.”
  • ShareSource | About – ShareSource is a service offered for free to Open Source developers that provides easy access to SVN, bug tracking, message boards/forums, task management, site hosting, permanent file archival, full backups and daily repository snapshots.
  • http://www.ietf.org/internet-drafts/draft-wilde-text-fragment-09.txt – This memo defines URI fragment identifiers for text/plain MIME entities. These fragment identifiers make it possible to refer to parts of a text/plain MIME entity, either identified by character position or range, or by line position or range.
  • jaql.org – “Jaql is a new query language being developed for JSON data.”
  • Augment – “Augment is a system for gathering metadata from code and displaying it. This metadata will include test failures, test coverage levels, complexity metrics, and others.”
  • Redmine – Overview – Redmine – “Redmine is a flexible project management web application.” It´s like Trac, but it seems to have more features (and more complexity).
  • Programming CouchDB with Javascript – plok – A tutorial on using CouchDB and Javascript to create a simple “to do” application.
  • DadHacker » Blog Archive » Newton Storage History – An interesting tale of the design and development of the Apple Newton object store.
  • Coding Horror: Are You a Doer or a Talker? – Jeff Atwood on “analysis paralisis”.