The Caboteria / Tech Web / TechBookmarks (02 Jun 2014, TobyCabot) - Who owns your data? - SUNY Buffalo faculty senate resolution encouraging GNU/Linux and free software. - publicly-generated street maps - via Reddit, an explanation of the tools needed to build a dynamic mapping web site. - see the code for rawdog which is a simple Python rss aggregator. - XML starlet, a set of xml command-line tools.

Work Flow - Work Flow Management Coalition, has some standards and intro to workflow and intro to workflow management systems whitepapers. - Java workflow based on WS-BPEL - Java GUI to build workflow processes - work flow in Python - work flow in Java/XML - work flow in Java, looks cool. Based on EJB, uses jonas as a container. Web interfaces. - also java, also uses XML to describe workflows - the Open For Business framework has a workflow engine component - Open Symphony is another framework that has a workflow component
The Apache "Commons Sandbox Workflow" project seems to have thought about this and come up with at least an object model:
Paper explaining how petri nets can model workflow:
Another petri net workflow intro: - a nice list of open source Java workflow engines
Interesting program: look for XRL/Flower
Another: this one looks more mature and intended for commercial deployment. uses werkflow for its engine - work flow meta data (DNS no longer resolves as of 2004-01)

RFID - my former employer (sadly no longer in business)

Misc - a group that works on standardizing metadata for content repositories. - a cooperative public NTP infrastructure. - the best brief Linux firewall HOWTO that I've yet found. - insanely useful "bookmarklets" (little bits of javascript in browser bookmarks) that do things like clean up ugly web page colors. - discussion of the GNU/Linux version of Google Earth, which includes links to a couple of Free Software alternatives.
also, - people generating Free maps using GPS's. - a small tool for Windows to format disks >32GB with FAT32. - an open-source high performance message queuing protocol. - the South End Technology center "to enable people to become producers of knowledge and sharers of ideas and information." - an online forum with questions and answers about cloud computing in government applications. Sponsored by The MITRE Corporation, where used to work. - The Boston-area User Group Calendar - how to proxy Firefox through ssh - a tool that makes bootable USB flash drives. - a low-contrast color scheme that's easy on the eyes.

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