Friday, March 21, 2008

Black Perspex

Black Perspex, originally uploaded by danny angus.

The office was a frenzy of excitement yesterday because the black perspex was delivered for the photography.
So I took this picture of a baby's Converse Allstars on it with my phone.
Nice? I think so. Imagine what we can do with an actual camera.

Thursday, March 20, 2008

Is the message getting through?

One of the first things I did when I started here in November was to introduce Jira, prior to that we lacked a certain amount of structure.

This appeared on the divider between the (recently relocated) programmers and the photography area this lunchtime.

I think I'm winning hearts and minds! ;-)

Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Google Summer of Code 2008 - Apache James email Projects

The Apache James team have submitted two proposed student projects for Google Summer of Code 2008, you can read them here.

In brief they are:

1) Develop a VERP Mailet to allow James to write VERP modified return addresses on outbound messages, and an inbound mailet/matcher to identify VERP bounces and invoke configurable "do something" code.

And 2) James' provided mailing list manager is fine for small closed groups, but lacks the functionality of a more robust MLM, the project is to add some all or more of the following features subscriber and message moderation, double opt-in and bounce handling.

Spread the word, James needs Students!

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