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Building Clipboard micro-widgets with Komodo

By , October 1, 2007

I wrote a couple of small macros for Komodo that have nothing to do with actually using Komodo. One of them is useful for quoting text into email messages when you aren't using Thunderbird (..). Let's say you want to...

I wrote a couple of small macros for Komodo that have nothing to do
with actually using Komodo.  One of them is useful for quoting text
into email messages when you aren't using Thunderbird (..).  Let's say you want to write a blog comment on a specific paragraph.  Select the
para in the original, do a Copy, double-click the icon for the macro in

Sales and Sheeple

By , September 27, 2007

We've got a "last chance sale" on right now for those folks who are still using Komodo versions 3.x: Upgrade from Komodo Professional Edition: $99.95 $89.95* Upgrade from Komodo Personal Edition: $195.00 $145* And yup, the prices are different. Komodo...

We've got a "last chance sale" on right now for those folks who are still using Komodo versions 3.x:

JAOO, Aarhus, 2007

By Shane Caraveo, September 24, 2007

Here are my slides for JAOO. They are largely based on the Drupal talk, but with quite a bit of revision. I'm sure the slides will continue to get revised over time, I think I will in fact split this...

Here are my slides for JAOO.  They are largely based on the Drupal talk, but with quite a bit of revision.  I'm sure the slides will continue to get revised over time, I think I will in fact split this into two talks in the future, one about open standards, and on a better intro to XUL talk.  For now, I'll

go with this.

DrupalCon 2007 slides

By Shane Caraveo, September 21, 2007

Here are the slides for my XUL talk at DrupalCon 2007 in Barcelona. Download drupalcon2007.pdfHere are the slides for my XUL talk at DrupalCon 2007 in Barcelona.

ActiveState Gets Smarter

By , September 20, 2007

Okay, I'm learning. Slowly. For the benefit of those who haven't emailed me to ask me to clarify my less-than-lucid explanation of the Komodo 4.2 release, but still want to know: Yes, the Komodo IDE 4.2 update is FREE for...

Okay, I'm learning. Slowly. For the benefit of those who haven't emailed me to ask me to clarify my less-than-lucid explanation of the Komodo 4.2 release, but still want to know:

Komodo IDE Gets Smarter - 4.2 has been released

By Kendra Penrose, September 18, 2007

Hooray, Komodo IDE and Komodo Edit 4.2 have been released! There's a little something for everyone in this release; I'm most excited about the new auto update feature. No more checking for the latest features or need to reinstall Komodo...

Hooray, Komodo IDE and Komodo Edit 4.2 have been released!

Tags: komodo ide
Category: perl, python, tcl

Talking at FSOSS

By Shane Caraveo, September 18, 2007

I'll be talking about OpenKomodo at FSOSS in Toronto, October 25-26th 2007.

I'll be talking about OpenKomodo at FSOSS in Toronto, October 25-26th 2007.

Sad to see you go, Good to see you go

By Shane Caraveo, September 18, 2007

As you've probably seen on dozens of blogs and news sites, David Ascher is leaving ActiveState (at least as a full time employee) and starting a new company that focuses on email, funded by Mozilla Foundation. You can find plenty...As you've probably seen on dozens of blogs and news sites, David Ascher is leaving ActiveState (at least as a full time employee) and starting a new company that focuses on email, funded by Mozilla Foundation.  You can find plenty of information on planet.mozilla.org.  But this is more of a personal note.

David Ascher, Advisor to the Stars, or The New Mozillian

By , September 17, 2007

Today, Mozilla announced that they're going to be creating a new organization focused on email and communications. Hooray! They're also announcing that our very own David Ascher will be leading that organization. Aawww.... David has been with ActiveState since 2000,...

Today, Mozilla announced that they're going to be creating a new organization focused on email and communications. Hooray! They're also
announcing that our very own David Ascher will be leading that organization. Aawww....

Ad Madness on ASPN

By , September 12, 2007

Yowch! We've been conducting an experiment on ASPN with Google advertising, and it seems to have gone terribly wrong! Crazy pop-up double-underline spammy madness so ubiquitous the real content has been horribly lost. It's all I can do to resist...

Yowch! We've been conducting an experiment on ASPN with Google
advertising, and it seems to have gone terribly wrong! Crazy pop-up
double-underline spammy madness so ubiquitous the real content has been
horribly lost. It's all I can do to resist making Frankenstein references.