Submitted by greve on Tue, 2012-12-11 08:00
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Submitted by greve on Thu, 2012-07-19 11:11
If you follow our streams at Identi.ca, Twitter, Google+ or Facebook, you’ll have noticed that we pushed out the first installable Kolab 3.0 release yesterday. I lack the words that adequately describe how excited I am about this, to be honest.
Submitted by greve on Tue, 2012-07-03 10:37
Almost half a year ago I had the pleasure to write the Kolab 3.0 primer, and ways of getting involved. Optimistically I scheduled the release for May/June 2012 in that posting. Attentive readers may have noticed that it is no longer June and Kolab 3.0 hasn’t been released yet.
So perhaps it is time to provide an update and overview.
Submitted by greve on Tue, 2012-05-08 10:56
Submitted by greve on Fri, 2012-05-04 11:12
I have a confession to make.
I do not believe that Windows is the future of the Free Software desktop.
Perhaps you wonder why I feel it necessary to make this point?
Submitted by greve on Mon, 2012-01-30 18:43
…don’t forget to pack your résumé.
If you’re looking for a job working on Free Software/Open Source, or want a change of positions, that is.
At the current point in time I am aware of existing openings for all sorts of profiles, including, but not limited to:
Submitted by greve on Tue, 2011-12-13 15:40
Submitted by greve on Tue, 2011-11-15 10:41
There is a group of Swiss parliamentarians who are organized in a group for “Digital Sustainability” for which I’ve been asked to participate as part of an expert group that consists of practitioners in a variety of fields, including Free Software and Open Standards.
Submitted by greve on Sun, 2011-10-09 13:22
During the 2011 OpenForum Europe Summit I had the pleasure and privilege to chair the session on “Creating an Open climate for entrepreneurs in Europe” and the videos of the opening presentations are now online on YouTube, and included below in chronological order:
Submitted by greve on Sat, 2011-07-30 11:37
It’s come to the point that I was asked to explain what I consider necessary prerequisites for an open, free, sustainable approach towards what is often called “The Cloud” or also “Software as a Service” (SaaS).
To be honest, it took some time for me to make up my mind on the matter, and I considered many of the inputs that I’ve seen so far, in particular the Franklin Street Statement on Freedom and Network Services to be good enough for some time.