Migrate from Microsoft .Net to Mono

January 19th, 2009

The Mono Migration Analyzer (MoMA) tool helps you identify issues you may have when porting your .Net application to Mono. It helps pinpoint platform specific calls (P/Invoke) and areas that are not yet supported by the Mono project.

FreeBSD get´s SUN Power

January 18th, 2009

Redmine – a sweet Ruby on rails implemenation of a CMS/PMS

January 18th, 2009

Redmine is a flexible project management web application written using Ruby on Rails framework.

Got a project with some need of project tracking stuff ?

Redmine has support for Downloads, Roadmaps, Issue tracker, News, wiki, Forum and even a Subversion repository browser inkluded. So it´s kind of a simple and fast Sourceforge clone.

Mono goes 2.2

January 18th, 2009

Mono 2.2 has been released

Mono 2.0 is a portable and open source implementation of the .NET framework for Unix, Windows, MacOS and other operating systems.

Ingen svarar på Telenor…

January 17th, 2009

Tydligen använder sig Telenor av sin egen support för sin hemsida, så det lär väl dröja ett tag innan de får upp den.

Själva väntar vi på att få vårt mobila bredband att fungera. Det har idag gått 12 veckor (3 månader) sedan vi fick det och det har inte fungerat en gång. Men nu har vi tröttnat på deras oförmåga och skall säga upp något som aldrig har fungerat, jo föresten ..deras fakturor har kommit punktligt och de skall de ha en eloge för. Deras servicenivå får en att sakna och längta tillbaka till det gamla Televerket..

Pinsamt Telenor !

Ingen svarar på telenor

TinyMCE - Project of the Month, January 2009

January 15th, 2009

The Swedish project TinyMCE is the project of the month at the january issue at the SourceForge pages.

The TinyMCE project is about creating a WYSIWYG JavaScript open source editor. It has the ability to convert HTML TEXTAREA fields or other HTML elements to editor instances and is very easy to implement. It is included as default in several open source CMS, such as Wordpress and Joomla. Together with them, the downloads are up to several million since launch.

OpenSource Torrent daemon

January 13th, 2009

If your interested in running your own Torrent daemon tracker you  could have some trouble to find a decent option.

Here is some Open Source daemon´s that could do the job for ya.



Google fixed a few bugs in Windows HTTP authentication…

January 13th, 2009

Gapminder debunk myths about gaps within countries

January 9th, 2009


The Google-acquired Gapminder Unveils the beauty of statistics for a fact based world view.

Gapminder was founded in Stockholm by Ola Rosling, Anna Rosling Rönnlund and Hans Rosling on February 25, 2005.

This software unveils the beauty of statistical time series by converting boring numbers into enjoyable, animated and interactive graphics. The current version of Trendalyzer is available since March 2006 as Gapminder World, a web-service displaying time series of development statistics for all countries.

In March 2006 Google acquired Trendalyzer from the Gapminder Foundation and the team of developers who formerly worked for Gapminder has joined Google in California since April 2007

Sandboxie - Free sandboxing software

January 9th, 2009


Tired of dealing with rogue software, spyware and malware? Spent too many hours removing unsolicited software? Worried about clicking unfamiliar Web links?

Sandboxing prevents garbage from being written permanently to your disk, or any other attached media, without your knowledge. In fact, SandBoxie requires you to manually accept what it calls file recovery to move downloads or other files created in the sandbox to standard storage.

Basic SandBoxie is a free, small 374KB download. It takes very little time to install. Once installed, default settings let you start sandboxing your programs immediately.

Why not take a closer look at the great Sandboxie software