Archive for the ‘opensource’ Category

CLTV25: Interview with Jorge Lima (aka. Eggy Lippmann in Second Life), long term resident and founder of

Sunday, June 17th, 2007

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Jorge Lima is Second Life resident since the beta phase in 2003. He is known as Eggy Lippmann in-world. He is co-founder of the SL History Wiki, did quite a lot of projects and co-founded Beta Technologies last year which is a quite successful Second Life consulting company.

In this interview we talk about how it was in Second Life in the early days, how the future of it might look like and what impact Open Source might have. Back then when we did the interview, the Open Source client was not released and we were more expecting a time of August 2007 instead of January when it actually happened. Thus it’s interesting to hear now what we though back then about it.

CLTV24: Snow Sprint 2007: Godefroid Chapelle talks about using BuildBot for remotely testing KSS

Monday, February 12th, 2007

For those who don’t know what KSS is: It’s a generic AJAX framework for Plone but also for any other framework such as plain Zope 3 or (with some coding) even non-Zope sites.

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Snow Sprint 2007, BuildBot, Selenium RC, The KSS framework, , BubbleNet

recorded on Feb 2nd, 2007 at the Snow Sprint 2007, Sibratsgfäll, Austria.

CLTV20: Plone Conference 06 Lightning Talk: Andy McKay about Clouseau

Monday, January 22nd, 2007

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Plone Conference, Andy’s blog, Clouseau 0.6

recorded on Oct 25th, 2006 at the Seattle Center

Second Life Sun Press Conference about SUN Open Java

Tuesday, November 14th, 2006

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The press conference was held on the Sun Pavilion Sim inside Second Life. It was a Q&A session about the release of the the Java source code under the GPL. The event was realised by Millions of Us.


The Q&A session was held by