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Michael
There are two terms you will often hear in the FOSS world, you might think they mean the same thing but you they do not. Free as in beer and Free as in speech/freedom.  They sound like they are saying the same thing but they really don't.  Free as in beer, is getting something without payment. That is all it really means, you could try to find a deeper meaning in it, but you would be hard pressed to find one. This is what it means in the FOSS world too, if some one says 'Try Ubunt

Michael
A breakdown of features of the devtoolbox for IPS. Repository link: https://github.com/codingjungle/toolbox/tree/dev clone the dev repository to get the latest features and fixes, the xp branch is for new features that might not be stable or complete.    

Michael
Babble 3.0 Beta is now available, contact me if you wish to be apart of the beta. Below is the video showing off babble 3.0 and its abilities and differences. Babble 3.0 is also currently running on my site here.  (video is still uploading, so it might take some time before its available for viewing).  

Michael

Absence

By Michael, in General,

I am alive, I don't mean to disappoint anyone if you are   I had a chance to use my talents to help a few local schools out with their IT dilemma (mostly fixing their old and donated computers to hand out to children who don't have one).  So i was busy with this for a bit, and then i got sick (not with covid19, at least they told me it wasn't it, but it kicked my butt for about 5 days), but i am back now. I have a few things to get thru for a few clients, and then i will start working my wa

Michael

Babble 2.9/3.0?

By Michael, in General,

since i have some free time for the next several weeks, i thought i'd jump on in on babble 2.9/3.0 (more than likely be 3.0 finally). but here is a quick video on the new look for babble. if you have followed the babble saga for the awhile, you will know i've never been quite happy with the layout of babble. it was archaic imho, mostly due to the original spec that babble was written under. i experimented with a "slack" like layout, but i wasn't too happy with that one either, that is why t

Michael

Babble 2.9

By Michael, in General,

I will begin work on babble 2.9 in the next few weeks. what features would you like to see in babble 2.9? https://codingjungle.com/stratagem/projects/4-babble/

Michael

Babble 2.8

By Michael, in General,

I've released babble 2.8 today. please upgrade asap. I will only be keeping the old chat service open till the end of this month (maybe sooner if everyone upgrades before then).  If you run into any problems (like it not connecting) it might be a domain propagation issue, only thing that can resolve that is time. also check to verify your license key and email are correct. if you continue to have issues, feel free to send me a PM.  Regards, Michael

Michael
I know babble 3.0.0 has probably seemed like vaporware for awhile now. well today i am announcing i'm suspending its development for a few reasons. overly ambitious: babble v3 had a lot of features and changes being made to the core of babble. this was overly ambitious move, considering how much work was involved, to make changes that a lot of people were "luke warm" too.  feature creep: i kept adding new and more features, instead of refining the ones already there. no mar

Michael
After long consideration, I will be ending Babble Self Hosted in the near future. It wont happen immediately, I don't have a firm date, but I am looking at the second quarter of 2019 (sometime between march and end of may, probably closer to the end of may).  The reasons i have decided to do this cause the support load for babble self hosted is incredibly high, due to the installation requirements, the amount of self host clients who have moved to the chat service, the general decline in sa

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