Version 0.1 of my English dictionary app Swordfish for Sailfish OS has just been approved by the Jolla Harbour QA.
Jolla has been shipping SailfishOS devices to Europe since late 2013 and is now opening markets in India (a pretty big market) and (of all places?) Kazakhstan. The "eco-system" is not a big problem either, as you can run almost all android apps seamlessly.
As they (Jolla Oy, Ed.) haven't revealed sales figures, no one really knows how many they've sold, but the production batches - I bet - are more than "some hundreds" and IMEI numbers suggests they're at least well into their second batch. The article you link to is 8 months old, when only a minute portion of the pre-ordered devices had been delivered.
When I started it was as most hobby-programmers just to scratch my own itch, but it has been a great joy and pleasure to work with the many enthusiatic people. When Frank started his company around the project I was just as happy and gladly signed a contributors agreement for my few contributions to ownCloud core. The ownCloud project was for me both as mentioned to scratch my own itch regarding many points, but also a way for me to heal my own mind with some brainwork that I hadn't been able to do elsewhere. Edit: I'll explain my reasons for leaving and my wishes for the future of the ownCloud community further soon.
Sorry but we don?t want to dumb more libraries in the ownCloud core only because they might be useful. As it has been - wisely - decided to move the AppFramework to core, I am interested in having it both lean, but more importantly usable and secure. In case my point didn't come clearly thru, as I may sometimes try to soften my views when putting them into words. Those - and other - changes can make it possible to actually move towards a mature, trustworthy codebase. I have no special attachments to including CORS middleware, but I understand from several parties, that I trust, that it is a small, yet important part to include, and rejecting it as bloat is both disrespectful and counter-productive. PS: I've tried to keep this rant in a sober tone, although my state might not be so (otherwise I probably wouldn't have written it) and I expect any responses to it to be made in public. Someone starts to port other pieces of ownCloud to use this so that we don?t have code duplication. Additionally we should also regularly check which code, frameworks or dependencies in core can be removed.
I think this should be rephrased to "there must always be an active, responsible maintainer." which is documented in the source file.
The arguments and motives have become too opaque for me, and after 2? years of mostly enjoying this project, I'll have to retract myself from it. This means that you will have to strip your templates from any HTML elements sorrounding your content. I've never used Ruby even though it's apparently the language of the hour (or maybe some hours ago - I'm often late on such stuff), but had to use it today to run some scripts.
There's probably some PPA out there with updated packages, but a quick search didn't reveal any, so I decided to install it manually. As in the original post owncloud refers to the URL to the root of your onCloud installation e.g. Unfortunately the latest stable release still doesn't support VTODO or VJOURNAL for Notes and Tasks, but according to the information on the pre-release page for version 1.3, it is added there. If you have any problems when configuring, please read the original post and any comments there first. In the previous post about TAL Page Templates for ownCloud I gave my reasons for wanting to implement PHPTAL in ownCloud, and gave a short example of the benefits it will give for the developer. So this will mostly be a manual-like listing of how to use TAL page templates compared to the current use of inline PHP code. A lot of the scripting used in ownClouds page templates is for linking to apps, pages, services and images. About reaching the goal and beautifying the path or Usability is also about the code (usability in the code?). Many moons ago, when I unintentionally had ended up as a web developer, I had the pleasure of working for two small companies that both used Plone and hence ZPT - Zope Page Templates. During the few months I've been coding for ownCloud, ideas for it's usage have spawned, new apps pop up, code is being tweaked to do amazing stuff and soon the app repository will be "there's an app for that" also for ownCloud. Maintainability: If the app is ever abandoned, it has to be easy for a new maintainer to take over.
Readability: No-one wants to maintain an app with poorly structured code and markup, or with none or insufficient documentation. With the Template Attribute Language (TAL) we can achieve having beautifully structured markup, and the interpreter will let us know of any missing end tags or wrongly nested markup, as a matter of fact the page won't render if we mess it up.
This isn't exactly pretty, and if you want to use a visual HTML editor, it won't look good there either. In part 1 I've shown the basics of using TAL, but this is only a foretaste of how PHPTAL can be used in ownCloud.
I have my ownCloud instance in a sub-domain at my hosting provider, so I prefer to make a weekly backup of my calendar and contacts.
The URL to use is the same you use if you want to download the calendar or address book manually.


The --auth-no-challenge is to avoid having the server send an authentication challenge, which would mess up the download. Update: As Klaus Muth mentions in a comment, it cannot be stressed enough that this method should not be used in a multi user environment as it places passwords in the process list at runtime. Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. About OutlookDAVThis software was developed and designed email and messaging security experts of the Comodo Group.
Most communication is on Together, mailing list and IRC (#jollamobile and #sailfishos on freenode). Since then Jolla have been making *monthly* updates each improving the stability and user experience.
For personal reasons I'd been out of a job - unable to perform it - but after I had my disability pension I could have some peace and let me try to build some strength. Therefore I prefer to have great implementations which are closely scrutinized for security issues. So my rant is not about CORS - it's about the culture and attitude that I sometimes see in this community. And this is something anything who wants that ownCloud still exists in 5-10 years should care about. Is it to be sure independent developers can produce efficient and secure code, or is it to secure that the Inc.
So it is in our all interested that the ownCloud core and the apps will be maintainable and stable and working and mostly bugfree for as long as possible. As the packaged Ruby is kinda outdated, and doesn't match with some of the gems, I also installed a fresh version of that. Since I got a lot of very good advice and information in the comments on it, I thought I would post an update with a simpler and more correct configuration. You can see the available ones by running syncevolution from the command line, and you can create new local calendars from the Calendar app and link them to e.g. Personally I'm not very fond of the Twig markup, so hopefully from ownCloud 6 it will be possible to choose which engine to use.
I have seen both translation keys using printf formatting and custom interpolation using e.g. After messing around with all kinds of ugly, inconsistent web coding, it was a relief to be able to use the clean markup that TAL provides, and seamlessly assemble pages using METAL. I don't want to dive into how much I prefer Python over PHP - enough has been said about that already - and I fully acknowledge that the ubiquity of PHP makes it the perfect choice for a project like ownCloud. As example I use the form for editing the structured name data in the ownCloud Contacts app. In the next part - hopefully comming shortly - I will dig deeper into how to use it to render a full page, how to access variables, how to make use of the powerfull METAL macros and how I've plugged it all in to use ownClouds built-in authentication, template discovery and internationalization system. There is no documented way of doing this afaik, but if you run a *nix-like system where wget is installed, it's actually pretty straight forward.
In the upper, right corner of the Calendar and the Contacts app, there's a button named respectively Calendars and Address books. At the later stage if 4-5 apps ship the same component in the exact same version then we might consider to add the to the ownCloud core, or not.
Because of that we have to do some quality check when architectural changes are done in the core. To avoid clashing with anything that might need the packaged version, I installed it in my home directory. PHPTAL implements the standard set of TALES expressions, but also allows you to create custom expression modifiers. Nor do I want to question the strength of the template class used in ownCloud; you can do practically everything. When you click on that, you get a dialog box with a list of your calendar(s) and address book(s). When gzipping the downloaded file it gets a .gz extension appended to the filename, so it should normally not be an issue though. The Comodo Group has as its mission a safe, secure and trusted Internet, and has been building trust since 1998. So if this is useful then we should use it for the news app API first and perhaps other apps. If you prefer to backup in another schedule than weekly, you will of course have to change the date command accordingly. I can actually mention a few that I wouldn't be missed (including some of my contributions), but that's another matter.
Instead of doing that, right-click on it, and select "Copy link location" (or whatever your browser calls it) from the context menu.



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