Google Storage for Developers goes into Enterprise Mode

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To help unify and uniform, collobrative work and data management and business models across the enterprise in secure SSL cloud environments- Google Storage has been rolling out some changes (read below)-this also gives you more options on the day Amazon goes ahem down (cough cough) because they didn’t think someone in their data environment could be sympathetic to free data.

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https://groups.google.com/group/gs-announce

And now to the actual update.

We’re making some changes to Google Storage for Developers to make team-based development easier. As part of this work, we are introducing the concept of a project. In preparation for this feature, we will be creating projects for every user and migrating their buckets to it.

What does this mean for you?

Everything will continue to work as it always has. However, you will notice that if you perform a get-acl operation on any of your buckets, you will see extra ACL entries. These entries correspond to project groups. Each group has only one member – the person who owned the buckets before the bucket migration;  no additional rights have been granted to any of your buckets or objects. You should preserve these new ACL grants if you modify bucket ACLs.

An example entry for a modified ACL would look like this:

We’ll be rolling out these changes over the next few days,

http://blog.cloudberrylab.com/2011/04/cloudberry-explorer-for-google-storage.html

Detailed Note on GS-

https://code.google.com/apis/storage/

Google Storage for Developers is a RESTful service for storing and accessing your data on Google’s infrastructure. The service combines the performance and scalability of Google’s cloud with advanced security and sharing capabilities. Highlights include:

Fast, scalable, highly available object store

  • All data replicated to multiple U.S. data centers
  • Read-your-writes data consistency
  • Objects of hundreds of gigabytes in size per request with range-get support
  • Domain-scoped bucket namespace

Easy, flexible authentication and sharing

  • Key-based authentication
  • Authenticated downloads from a web browser
  • Individual- and group-level access controls

In addition, Google Storage for Developers offers a web-based interface for managing your storage and GSUtil, an open source command line tool and library. The service is also compatible with many existing cloud storage tools and libraries. With pay-as-you-go pricing, it’s easy to get started and scale as your needs grow.

Google Storage for Developers is currently only available to a limited number of developers. Please sign up to join the waiting list.

Why does Matt (of WordPress) hate Matt (of Google)

Biz Stone, co-founder of Twitter
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I want to show some bad ads of Google Ad sense. I pay through my nose for video upgrades and extra space to keep people happy.

120,000 views in 2010

Money earned By Matt (of WordPress)= $$$$$ from me

Money earned by Mutt -(thats me)= 000,000,000

Please allow me to run ads on wordpress.com

or create your own fucking ad networks

but do it PHAST.

ESLE blog trsnfer using Blog Export, divide Xml file into 13 files  using Notepad copy and paste

go to Appspot

Convert files to Blogger files\

Thats the company BIZ stone OF tWITTER  made

before these Two matts got into dog fights.

https://wordpress2blogger.appspot.com/

Ever wanted to move your WordPress blogs over to Blogger? This site can aid in the process!

Instructions

  1. Login to your WordPress account and navigate to the Dashboard for the blog that you’d like to transfer to Blogger.
  2. Click on the Manage tab below the Blog name.
  3. Click on the Export link below the Manage tab.
  4. Download the WordPress WXR export file by clicking on Download Export File.
  5. Save this file to your local machine.
  6. Browse to that saved document with the form below and click Convert.
     
  7. Save this file to your local machine. This file will be the contents of your posts/comments from WordPress in a Blogger export file.
  8. Login to your Blogger or create a new user.
  9. Once logged in, click on the Create a Blog link from the user dashboard, and then click on the Import Blog Tool
  10. Follow the instructions and upload your Blogger export file when prompted.
  11. After completing the import wizard, you should have a set of imported posts from WordPress that you can now publish to Blogger. Have fun!

NOTE: This hosted application will only allow downloads smaller than 1MB.

For information on how to run this conversion on your own, visit the open source project hosted at code.google.com

Powered by Google App Engine

Try JMP for free in steps 1-2-3

Test a 30 day free trial of JMP, the beautiful software with the ugliest website.

In case you have never used JMP, but know the difference between a mean and a mode- take a look.

Step 1 Fill long and badly designed outdated form (note the blue lightening graphics design and font)


Step 2 See uselessly long message, as the website does require registration but it has not done  any oAuth/SM easy registration even though they help sell software in the same campus on social media

Step 3 Wait for 352 mb TO DOWNLOAD without a bit torrent or mirror servers, or even a link for scheduling Download Accelerator-

Note internet connections can be lousy (globally not just in India) to categorize 352 mb of downloads as painful.


And after all the violence and double talk
There’s just a song in all the trouble and the strife

JMP is still the best easiest to use powerful Big Data software with extensions into R and SAS.

Libre Office turns six

On September 28th, 2010, The Document Foundation was announced. The last six months, it feels, have just passed within a short glimpse of time. Not only did we release three LibreOffice versions within three months, have created the LibreOffice-Box DVD image, and brought LibreOffice Portable on its way. We also have announced the LibreOffice Conference for October 2011 and have taken part in lots of events worldwide, with FOSDEM and CeBIT being the most prominent ones.

People follow us at Twitter, Identi.ca, XING, LinkedIn and a Facebook group and fan page, they discuss on our mailing lists with more than 6.000 subscriptions, collaborate in our wiki, get insight on our daily work in our blog, and post and blog themselves. From the very first day, openness, transparency and meritocracy have been shaping the framework we want to work in. Our discussions and decisions take place on a public mailing list, and regularly, we hold phone conferences for the Steering Committee and for the marketing teams, where everyone is invited to join. Our ideas and visions have made their way into our Next Decade Manifesto.

We have joined the Open Invention Network as well as the OpenDoc Society, and just last week have become an SPI-associated project, and we see a wide range of support from all over the world. Not only do Novell and Red Hat support our efforts with developers, but just recently, Canonical, creators of Ubuntu, joined as well. All major Linux distributions deliver LibreOffice with their operating systems, and more follow every day.

One of the most stunning contributions, that still leaves us speechless, is the support that we receive from the community. When we asked for 50,000 € capital stock for a German-based foundation, the community showed their support, appreciation and their power, and not only donated it in just eight days, but up to now has supported us with close to 100,000 €! Another one is that driven by our open, vendor neutral approach, combined with our easy hacks, we have included code contributions from over 150 entirely new developers to the project, alongside localisations from over 50 localizers. The community has developed itself better than we could ever dream of, and first meetings like the project’s weekend or the QA meeting of the Germanophone group are already being organized.

What we have seen now is just the beginning of something very big. The Document Foundation has a vision, and the creation of the foundation in Germany is about to happen soon. LibreOffice has been downloaded over 350,000 times within the first week, and we just counted more than 1,3 million downloads just from our download system — not counting packages directly delivered by Linux distributors, other download sites or DVDs included in magazines and newspapers — supported by 65 mirrors from all over the world, and millions already use and contribute to it worldwide. With our participation in the Google Summer of Code, we will engage more students and young developers to be part of our community. Our improved release schedule will ensure that new features and improvements will make their way to end-users soon, and for testers, we even provide daily builds.

We are so excited by what has been achieved over the last six months, and we are immensely grateful to all those who have supported the project in whatever ways they can. It is an honour to be working with you, to be part of one united community! The future as we are shaping it has just begun, and it will be bright and excellent.

 

from-

List archive: http://listarchives.documentfoundation.org/www/announce/

Comparing Bit Torrent Downloaders

Tux, as originally drawn by Larry Ewing
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I personally like UTorrent on Windows and KTorrent on Linux.

While no experts on this, anything that gets the data down faster while maximizing my pipes efficiency.

I also like Torrenting than  any of the sudo-apt get method of downloading software or the zip unzip,tar untar, install/make file

Torrenting is a simpler way of sharing applications but sadly not used much by the stats computing community to share downloads.

Also I think any dashboard or visualization should be sorted (but not alphabetically but numerically/categorically)

SORT THE DASHBOARD —-KEEP IT SORTED

So I am partially recreating after sorting the data viz from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_BitTorrent_clients

BitTorrent client Magnet URI Super-seeding Embedded tracker UPnP[81] NAT Port Mapping Protocol NAT traversal[82] DHT[83] Peer exchange Encryption UDP tracker LPD
µTorrent Yes Yes[95] Yes[96] Yes[97] Yes Yes[98] Yes[99] Yes[85] Yes[100] Yes Yes[101]
BitSpirit [11] Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No
BitTorrent 6 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes[85] Yes Yes Yes
OneSwarm Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No
qBittorrent Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
SoMud Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Vuze (formerly Azureus) Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes[102] Yes[87] Yes Yes Yes No
BitComet Yes Yes Separate download Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No
Tixati [43] Yes Yes No Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Partial
Aria2 Yes No Yes No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Tribler Yes No Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes No No
Bitflu Yes No No No No No Yes Yes No Yes No
Deluge Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Flush Yes No No Yes Yes No Yes Yes No No Yes
KTorrent Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Partial
Shareaza Yes No No Yes Yes No Yes[93] Yes No No No
Transmission Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes[94] Yes No Yes
LimeWire Partial Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes No
BitTyrant No Yes[citation needed] Yes Yes Yes Yes[86] Yes[87] Yes Yes No No
BitTornado No Yes Yes[84] Yes No No No No Yes No No
Torrent Swapper No Yes Yes[84] Yes No No No Yes No No No
Localhost No Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes [89] No No No No
Meerkat Bittorrent Client No Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes No No
rTorrent No Yes No No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes No[92]
TorrentFlux No Yes No Yes No No No No Yes No No
TorrentVolve No Partial [76] No Partial[76] Partial [76] Partial [76] Partial[76] Partial [76] Partial [76] Partial [76] No
Opera No No Yes[90] No No No No Yes[91] No No No
BitTorrent 5 / Mainline No No Yes[84] Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes No No
ABC No No Yes Yes No No No No No No No
Blog Torrent No No Yes No No No No No No No No
MLDonkey No No Yes Yes Yes No No No No Yes No
Tomato Torrent No No Yes No No No Yes No No No No
Acquisition No No No No Yes No No No No No No
Arctic Torrent No No No No No No No Yes No No No
BitLet No No No Yes No No No No No No No
BitLord No No No Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No
BitThief No No No No No No No No No No No
Bits on Wheels No No No No No No No No No No No
BTG No No No Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes No
BTPD No No No No No No No No No No No
FlashGet No No No No No No Yes No Yes No No
Folx No No No Yes Yes No Yes Yes No Yes No
Free Download Manager No No No No No No Yes Yes No No No
G3 Torrent No No No No No No No No No No No
Gnome BitTorrent No No No No No No No No No No No
Halite No No No Yes Yes No Yes No Yes No[88] No
QTorrent No No No No No No No No No No No
Rufus No No No No No No No No No No No
SymTorrent No No No N/A N/A N/A No No No No No
Tonido Torrent No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No No
Torium No No No Yes No No Yes No No No No
ZipTorrent No No No Yes Yes No No Yes No No No

 

 

 

 

RWui :Creating R Web Interfaces on the go

Here is a great R application created by http://sysbio.mrc-bsu.cam.ac.uk

R Wui for creating R Web Interfaces

its been there for some time now- but presumably R Apache is more well known.

From-

http://sysbio.mrc-bsu.cam.ac.uk/Rwui/tutorial/Rwui_Rnews_final.pdf

The web application Rwui is used to create web interfaces  for running R scripts. All the code is generated automatically so that a fully functional web interface for an R script can be downloaded and up and running in a matter of minutes.

Rwui is aimed at R script writers who have scripts that they want people unversed in R to use. The script writer uses Rwui to create a web application that will run their R script. Rwui allows the script writer to do this without them having to do any web application programming, because Rwui generates all the code for them.

The script writer designs the web application to run their R script by entering information on a sequence of web pages. The script writer then downloads the application they have created and installs it on their own server.

http://sysbio.mrc-bsu.cam.ac.uk/Rwui/tutorial/Technical_Report.pdf

Features of web applications created by Rwui

  1. Whole range of input items available if required – text boxes, checkboxes, file upload etc.
  2. Facility for uploading of an arbitrary number of files (for example, microarray replicates).
  3. Facility for grouping uploaded files (for example, into ‘Diseased’ and ‘Control’ microarray data files).
  4. Results files displayed on results page and available for download.
  5. Results files can be e-mailed to the user.
  6. Interactive results files using image maps.
  7. Repeat analyses with different parameters and data files – new results added to results list, as a link to the corresponding results page.
  8. Real time progress information (text or graphical) displayed when running the application.

Requirements

In order to use the completed web applications created by Rwui you will need:

  1. A Java webserver such as Tomcat version 5.5 or later.
  2. Java version 1.5
  3. R – a version compatible with your R script(s).

Using Rwui

Using Rwui to create a web application for an R script simply involves:

  1. Entering details about your Rscript on a sequence of web pages.
  2. Rwui is quite flexible so you can backtrack, edit and insert, as you design your application.
  3. Rwui then generates the web application, which is Java based and platform independent.
  4. The application can be downloaded either as a .zip or .tgz file.
  5. Unpacked, the download contains all the source code and a .war file.
  6. Once the .war file is copied to the Tomcat webapps directory, the application is ready to use.
  7. Application details are saved in an ‘application definition file’ for reuse and modification.
Interested-
go click and check out a new web app from http://sysbio.mrc-bsu.cam.ac.uk/Rwui/ in a matter of minutes
Also see

A Poem on Demand

On Demand entertainment I need to hear
On Demand information of webcasts, white papers dear
On demand downloads of information I am told I really need
Sometimes it is tough to keep which is shallow what is deep

Is it really on demand or were you overwhelmed and manipulated by the supply
On Demand Supply and estimates of forecasts of influencer of the demand
Friendship is also on demand

But Loneliness is Free and Open Source
And so is Freedom

How many Fans, Followers, Likes can you get
Before your critical mass makes you Viral
Like a Video Bieber whose clothes are torn by crowds

Searching for your 900 seconds of On Demand fame
You want to be paid on demand but work only on a creative fancy
Your on demand laziness is too demanding now
Ceteras Paribus, On demand is too much to demand
and much too on always on 24 7

Give me a book a friend and some peace and quiet
Bet you things arent there on supply but always on demand
Or are they?

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