Archive for the ‘Osmosoft’ Category

I’m slowly progressing with my own TiddlyWiki application, Track&Choose, which I introduced in a blog post last week. With healthy doses of help from JayFresh, FND, and Phil, the interface is now much improved, especially on the summary views. The main view, of movies yet to be watched, now includes vital fields that I can […]


OK, I admit it. I am only a basic TiddlyWiki user. Although, I’ve been engrossed in Osmosoft and the Open Source world since joining the team last year, I still only have the most basic understanding of how TiddlyWiki works. My only excuse (cop out) is that running the operations of the team has taken […]


The Osmosoft team recently made a pilgrimage to Paris in order to support BT and JP Rangaswami’s presence at Le Web 3. Both Phil Whitehouse and Phil Hawksworth from our Osmosoft team have done a great job of covering the event on their respective blogs, so no need for another recap. Rather, I wanted to […]


Over the past couple of weeks, I’ve been involved in a number discussions/emails on how open source plays in the enterprise space within BT, now and going forward. A couple of issues, both internal and external have bubbled up recently and I’ve luckily been getting involved because of my role on the Osmosoft team. This […]


During the summer between my junior and senior year in high school, I had the absolute dream job for a teenager; I got paid to play video games, well, just one game actually. The game, Terra 2120, was one of the first Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Games (MMORPG) and it was my job to […]


Over the course of three days from last Wednesday to Friday, the Osmosoft office in Soho was overrun by members of the TiddlyWiki community. This ensemble had been gathered together to 1.) celebrate the third anniversary of the creation of TiddlyWiki 2.) introduce the TiddlyWiki community to the Osmosoft team and 3.) invite the wider […]


One of the fantastic perks of being on the Osmosoft team is our use of high-end macs as our primary work machines. Mine is one of the new MacBook Pro’s with an Intel Core 2 Duo, 4GB Ram, and lots of other stats that make a geek drool :). And if that wasn’t impressive enough, […]