One last word on Movable Type (and Open Source) Paid Members Public
Anil Dash, 2007 [https://movabletype.org/news/2007/12/movable_type_open_source.html]: > As of today, and forever forward, Movable Type is open source. Daiji Hirata, 2013 [https://movabletype.org/news/2013/07/license_change_on_movable_type_6.html] > Starting with Movable Type 6, registration for the Movable
Markdown versus CommonMark: the ambiguity and clarity dilemma Paid Members Public
[https://i0.wp.com/www.onemanandhisblog.com/content/images/2014/09/crossroads.jpg] The “standard Markdown” controversy seems to be over and done. I was essentially offline for the weekend, and I came back to find that what was “Standard Markdown” has now become “CommonMark [http://commonmark.org]“, respecting Markdown
Writers, Coders and the Markdown landgrab Paid Members Public
If Standard Markdown (now CommonMark) wants to replace Markdown, it needs to acknowledge that it's not just a markup standard for coders.
IndieWeb - Kevin Marks on the web that will win (LeWeb 13) Paid Members Public
Can we reclaim the open web from the closed social silos? Kevin Marks thinks so…
Laura James on Open Data, Source and Knowledge Paid Members Public
[https://i1.wp.com/www.onemanandhisblog.com/content/images/2012/04/laura.jpg] Dr Laura James [https://twitter.com/#!/lauriej], foundation coordinator of the Open Knowledge Foundation [http://www.okfn.org/] What is open data? asks Dr James. They have the Open Definition [http://opendefinition.org/]. Open data is open.
Content Strategy, Like Lightning... Paid Members Public
Simon Land – Magus [http://www.magus.co.uk/activestandards/] (sponsor) They want to help us manage the quality of content. Over half of websites have four plus errors per page. State of the art CMOS? You can’t lock everything down. The Magus approach is to patrol your live content
Web 2.0 Expo Berlin: The Wednesday Keynotes Paid Members Public
Leisa Reichelt – Drupal.org redesign How do you design for a large Open Source Community? That was the problem Leisa Reichelt [http://www.disambiguity.com/] faced when commissioned to do the redesign of the Drupal.org [http://www.drupal.org/] site. “You can’t do it behind closed doors,” she