[CODE4LIB] FW: 2010 Fall Forum Call For Proposals

2010-08-05 Thread Riley, Jenn
Hadn't seen this show up here yet. Please note the variation on a hackfest idea called working sessions which could bring together developers, metadata people, content specialists, project managers, etc., to work on a specific problem using the hackfest style as an inspiration. Might be of

[CODE4LIB] Safari extensions

2010-08-05 Thread Eric Hellman
Has anyone played with the new Safari extensions capability? I'm looking at you, Godmar. Eric Hellman President, Gluejar, Inc. 41 Watchung Plaza, #132 Montclair, NJ 07042 USA e...@hellman.net http://go-to-hellman.blogspot.com/ @gluejar

Re: [CODE4LIB] Safari extensions

2010-08-05 Thread Godmar Back
No, nothing beyond a quick read-through. The architecture is similar to Google Chrome's - which is perhaps not surprising given that both Safari and Chrome are based on WebKit - which for us at LibX means we should be able to leverage the redesign we did for LibX 2.0. A notable characteristic of

Re: [CODE4LIB] Safari extensions

2010-08-05 Thread Raymond Yee
Has anyone given thought to how hard it would be to port Firefox extensions such as LibX and Zotero to Chrome or Safari? (Am I the only one finding Firefox to be very slow compared to Chrome?) -Raymond On 8/5/10 1:10 PM, Godmar Back wrote: No, nothing beyond a quick read-through. The

Re: [CODE4LIB] Safari extensions

2010-08-05 Thread Richard, Joel M
If I remember correctly, the latest versions of Firefox had problems, but I don't know if it's related to performance necessarily. More like bloat. http://bit.ly/c1c3m1 Either way, I definitely find Firefox too slow to use after the switch to Chrome, which took all of 5 minutes to completely

Re: [CODE4LIB] Safari extensions

2010-08-05 Thread Godmar Back
On Thu, Aug 5, 2010 at 4:15 PM, Raymond Yee y...@berkeley.edu wrote: Has anyone given thought to how hard it would be to port Firefox extensions such as LibX and  Zotero to Chrome or Safari?  (Am I the only one finding Firefox to be very slow compared to Chrome?) We have ported LibX to Chrome,

[CODE4LIB] REST Fest 2010

2010-08-05 Thread Benjamin Young
I enjoyed being a part of the code4lib 2010 conference in Asheville this past February, and wanted to return the favor by inviting you all to come to an event I'm organizing in Greenville, SC. REST Fest 2010 and Hypermedia Workshop Friday, September 17, 2010 at 8:00 AM - Saturday, September