Monthly Archives: June 2008

Books! It’s Raining Books!

Now, right this very minute, you can learn pretty much everything there is to know about Dojo thanks to 3 newly published books. Writing a book on Dojo is hard in the way the writing a book on Python is hard: there’s so much to talk about, where do you start? When you could teach […]

“Why Do I need To Sign This?”

There has been much discussion in the various Dojo fora of late regarding the need (and hassle) of requiring that all contributors send in signed Contributor License Agreements. These agreements state that: Those contributing to Dojo Foundation projects actually own what they contribute and therefore have the right to license it to someone else All […]

Gears De-Brands

There are a lot of things about Open Source that are easy to get wrong, either intentionally or by accident. Given the number of folks who get it wrong, it’s pretty clear that it takes real leadership for a project that’s funded largely by a single company to commit to having external committers, manage IP […]

Google I/O, In Retrospect

I went to Google I/O last week and thanks to DeWitt Clinton I gave a talk on where browsers are headed and if they can really get us where we want to go. I’m afraid that even more so than is usual for the talks I do with slides, this set is somewhat indecipherable without […]