If it wasnt the 30th March on the press release, I would say it was a April Fools trick. But it seems Opera have been working on a Programming guide for mobile phones. I think it only works on symbian devices, which is a shame. Please please Opera I beg you, develop your lovely browser for the windows mobile 2003… And a mobileIPG would be cool too.
Miles dropped this in my email box last night.
Watched the demo, which seems interesting…
However trailblazer does look quite useful, the lucece searching is a nice touch.But I would prefer it to generate xlinks (or even rdf) with thumbnails.As it could make for some very rich data while researching around. Also I bet Google and others would love to get there hands on such data.
Had a quick look at the range of very interesting opensource projects Novell are working on. Some great stuff, specially ifolder. Edd Dumbill has a huge review on his blog worth reading. Also mentions the nice looking F-Spot which seems to support FOAF depiction data. I dont know how it compares to my favourate photostudio which fully supports EXIF data. But we shall see…
Never really questioned what the wfw:comment was in the blojsom rss feeds were up untill now. Google lead me to the well formed web.org. Sounds interesing enough, just need to spend some time investigating sometime very soon.
Theres also some really nice services on the website. Including the google2atom webservice. Going to subscribe to the RSS feed for sure.