Monthly Archives: June 2008

Structured community authoring

About 10 months after launching my OurAirports site for air travelers and pilots, I’ve finished the basic infrastructure to allow community authoring. Unlike Wikipedia, OurAirports contains information that is specialized, structured and finite (there are only so many airports in … Continue reading

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Set and forget: 335 days and counting …

Late in summer 2007, I set up a dedicated Linux Ubuntu server at a site in San Diego to host OurAirports and my consulting site, megginson.com. The ISP has had some net outages, but the Ubuntu server itself has kept … Continue reading

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The Code Factory, Ottawa, Canada

Ian Graham, who is well-known in the Ottawa tech community because of his involvement with Bar Camps, Demo Camps, etc, has a new start-up called The Code Factory that lets you cowork in Ottawa. Location, location, location … Located in … Continue reading

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