As Google suggests, Wave requires a contribution from a broader community outside Google. The Google Wave API is open for all and developers around the world may participate. Having this context we look for building a vibrant forum which will simultaneously have the developers and their end users at the same platform. Budding developers will also get support from the forum in different technical issues. The mission is to have a very supportive community like we have today for different Open Source platforms, e.g. Drupal, phpBB etc.Read more
We would like to contribute the module, auto-image-file-name. There is a big need in all of our projects to google search enable our images. One of the important criteria for the same is the image file name.Read more
I had been hearing a lot about Google Page speed via twitter recently. So I checked it out, WOW!!! It gives you information to help speed up your website, and its all within Firebug.
Firefox and Firebug
Hi! please try to look at these sites.
I'm trying to learn git now using windows.
Download at http://code.google.com/p/msysgit/downloads/list
Guide at http://nathanj.github.com/gitguide/
Unofficial repo at http://mikkel.hoegh.org/blog/2008/a_git_mirror_for_drupal_cvs
Video tutorials at http://gitcasts.com/posts/git-on-windows and http://www.vimeo.com/2111264
development set up guide at: http://www.versioncontrolblog.com/2007/08/02/upgrading-drupal-52-with-gi...
Currently in Drupal 5.10 it produces multiple content in multiple urls:
Are currently indexed by Googlebot. But is being showed as double content for the same page in Google Webmaster Tools. In fact it displays the ?page=16
Similar to this ?page= produces fictional pages for the last page in tracker pages.
These pages are indexed by google:
But currently the last page is:
I enabled the module: refine by taxonomy, http://drupal.org/project/refine_by_taxo a while back and didn't think much about it until I discovered in Google Webmaster Tools that it produced some 50.000 additional pages which of-course was indexed by Googlebot !
My site has some 6.500 nodes at the time being covering politics in Denmark with the option for 12 taxonomies on each refine by taxonomy page. I have some 500 taxonomies defined. Refine by taxonomy is currently only avialable on Drupal 5.xRead more
anybody checked out googles chrome browser? I know most of you are running the wormy apple but I tested it on my Win partition and I am pretty impressed. Never saw a nearly perfect browser in beta state.
Chrome is fast, a beauty, has nice features and no disturbing stuff... The biggest bonbon in my point of view is the suggest function in the address bar.
All my sites I ve worked on in the last couple of month are looking fantastic. No CSS glitches nothing. That was my biggest fear so I ve checked them all before the big fishes starting to bark :)Read more
Submitted for perusal by the group, as passed to me by a fellow developer.
"[Google ratproxy is a] semi-automated, largely passive web application security audit tool, optimized for an accurate and sensitive detection, and automatic annotation, of potential problems and security-relevant design patterns based on the observation of existing, user-initiated traffic in complex web 2.0 environments.Read more
Adobe teamed up with Google and Yahoo! to "enhance the searchability of SWF content by helping their spiders playback SWFs in the Flash Player runtime. The project runs SWF files within web spiders and allows all contents within a SWF file to be read by both major search engines. The cool part is that this also covers dynamic data loaded in from requests to a server, these are typically ignored in both AJAX and SWF applications.Read more
I just came across http://www.google.com/radioautomation/index.html . When did Google enter the radio automation market? I'd be very interested to see what the pricing looks like. My guess is that they did this as a long range way to sell audio ads to radio stations. Outsource your sales department to Google and the ads just magically show up in the playlists.