LaserShark and OpenLase on GitHub November 16th, 2012 Jeffrey Nelson just let me know about an awesome project that he put together: LaserShark ! Instead of using OpenLase with the hacky sound card output, he put together a proper open DAC board based around an LPC1343 Cortex-M3 microcontroller.
As announced as part of the 0.6 Weave client roadmap, we’ll be moving over to the 0.5 server API. I wanted to make a post to talk about some of the changes, and what to expect in migrating over. The documentation for the APIs can be found at: https://wiki.mozilla.org/Labs/Weave/User/API https://wiki.mozilla.org/Labs/Weave/0.5/API
I’ve updated the server so that it’ll be compliant with the upcoming 1.0 beta release. There are three ways to play along at home, in order of most difficult first: 1) grab http://people.mozilla.com/~telliott/weave_minimal.tgz and do a fresh install. Ick. That’s way too much hassle. 2) grab http://people.mozilla.com/~telliott/weave_minimal.tgz , untar it somewhere and replace the index.php file in your weave_minimal folder.
Also see: Getting Started If your browser uses a proxy server to connect to the internet, use the same settings in Thunderbird. See Thunderbird/Tools/Options/Network/Connection. Visit Thunderbird/Tools/Zindus, then click “Add” and enter your login details. Click “Test Connection”, then OK.
Roundcube Subject Filtering We put this patch together in order to fill the gap between Roundcube Webmail and SpamAssassin. Our SpamAssassin setup automatically appends the string "SPAM" to subject of spam email. Without the ability to setup inbox filtering rules spamassassin can clog up your inbox.
Funambol provides several types of documentation for users and developers. This includes user and admin guides for Funambol Data Synchronization server, the Funambol Device Management Framework. You can also buy the official Funambol book to speed up the development of mobile applications and services. Documentation To Install And Run Funambol Device Management Services (DM) The Funambol Device Management (DM) Server is a full implementation of the OMA SyncML DM protocol.
If you want to keep your pictures, videos, files, contacts and calendar in sync between your devices and desktop applications the easiest way is to try the free myFUNAMBOL demo service. Install and run your own Funambol Community Edition Funambol Server Stable Release v. 10.0 The Funambol Server package contains what most people need in a single download: server components, an app server, connectors and documentation. Funambol Sync Client for Microsoft Windows The Funambol Client for Windows adds sync capabilities to your Windows OS, enabling syncing of pictures, videos and files with almost any mobile phone.
(Sep 11 2010)Update: I am still seeing some traffic to this page in my logs. I thought I should mention that the method described below no longer works. A better alternative now would be to use the CalDAV protocol. You might want to investigate running Apple’s Open Source implementation .