Archive for April, 2007

CPSCM, a Scheme compiler

Monday, April 30th, 2007

For long time, I’m thinking about a generative Scheme R5RS implementation. It means that if I need Scheme for a platform XXX, then I take the implementation, adapt a small bootstrap core to the platform XXX, and automatically have got the full Scheme. CPSCM seems fit to this description.

web spam (antispam) news

Thursday, April 5th, 2007

I think that the minor updates of my bbAntiSpam tools are of no interest for the readers of this blog. On the other side, I need to inform about updated. Therefore, I’ve created a separate RSS feed, subscribe to get notifications.

Advanced Textual Confirmation is released!

Thursday, April 5th, 2007

Finally, Advanced Textual Confirmation (ATC) is released.

ATC is an universal tool to stop forum spam, wiki spam, guestbook spam, comment spam, and other web spam. It’s an improvement of the highly popular phpBB MOD “Textual Confirmation”.

Thanks to great efficiency and easy installation, ATC is a must-have tool for any webmaster.

XML Prague 2007

Tuesday, April 3rd, 2007

I’m going to visit (and speak) at XML Prague 2007. Here is the great description of the conference by Jirka Kosek (as a comment in the docbook-devel mailing list).

I will use this opportunity to invite everyone to attend XML Prague 2007 (http://www.xmlprague.cz/). You will see and hear excellent speakers talking about up-to-date topics, as the conference is quite small (around 120-130 people) it has very cosy atmosphere. Moreover we made this conference for fun, not for money, so conference rate is ridiculously low. And if you have spare time you can spend few more days in Prague, which is very attractive touristic location (btw, conference itself is located in former monastery from 17th century).