Month: October 2009

Aptana Studio and Aptana RadRails

I’ve finally made up my mind about whether I’m going to learn Python or Ruby. I’ve been looking at both for nearly 2 months now, and could not really find a strong reason to use the one or …

Audiosurf: Linkin Park: New Divide

Today I’ve stealthed New Divide, the latest single of Linking Park, on Audiosurf. What makes this so special is that although the song has a pretty low traffic (average block density), is that when you use the as-bankcam …

Maps 0.4: parser function changes

This weekend I’ve started working on the last big todo for the 0.4 release of Maps: adding an OSM optimized OpenLayers service. Since this version will see quite some changes for the use of the parser functions, I’m …

New C&C Generals map

I’ve created a new version of an unique C&C Generals map that introduces the player to a totally new experience in the game. In essence, the map, called [extreme] buggy survival, is a so called ‘AoD map’. AoD …

Arrrrcamp Gent 2009

I’m just back from Arrrrcamp Gent 2009. Arrrr stands for “About Ruby, Rails, Radiant and Rum”, and is obviously about the programming language Ruby and 2 of it’s most popular web frameworks. This years edition took place right …

Result format aliases for SMW

Today I’ve wrote a small change to Semantic MediaWiki that adds aliasing supports to it’s result formats. I’ve been working (mainly theorizing) on this for quite a while, and came up with some rather complex solutions, that where …

Working on Maps and Semantic Maps 0.4

Since the 0.3.4 release of both Maps and Semantic Maps, I’ve been putting the little free time I have to use by working on the to-do’s for the next release. Originally this would have been 0.3.5, but I’ve …

Semantic Mapping with MediaWiki

Today I held a presentation about my 2 MediaWiki extension, Maps and Semantic Maps, titled Semantic Mapping with MediaWiki at the Zebrastraat in Gent. Although quite a few of the people that registered to attend didn’t show up, …

Google Summer of Code T-shirt

Yay! I finally got my Google Summer of Code T-shirt! With my T-shirt, I also got my GSoC 2009 certificate, which marks the end of any involvement with GSoC for me (see original post). That is, until next …

Audiosurf: Productive Conflict Reamped

A very high traffic (377) song. Although it’s very short, it’s not easy to stealth, and definitely not easy to get (almost) all colours.