March 2005

Monthly Archives

  • A few useful acronyms

    CMS: Content Management System CRM: Customer Relationship Management ERP: Enterprise Resource Planning VoIP: Voice over IP IP: Internet Protocol SIP: Session-Initiated Protocol RFC: Request For Comments IRC: Internet Relay Chat FTP: File Transfer Protocol KM: Knowledge Management LAMP: Linux-Apache-MySQL-PHP LAPP: Linux-Apache-PostgreSQL-PHP ICT: Information & Communication Technologies ASP: Active Server Pages JSP: Java Server Pages HTML: […]

  • HOWTO Fully Install PostgreSQL on Debian

    This article was first written in March 2005 for the BeezNest technical website (http://glasnost.beeznest.org/articles/218). This is a short tutorial on how to fully install PostgreSQL (with ready-to-use user accounts and test table) on a simple Debian installation. When not specified otherwise by the command line prefix or by a full statement, you are supposed to […]

  • Searching and Indexing Engines

    This article was first written in March 2005 for the BeezNest technical website (http://glasnost.beeznest.org/articles/215). Probably the best reference about Searching Engines: http://www.searchtools.com/tools/ Of special interest in the Open Source market: ht://Dig mnoGoSearch Apache Lucene KnowledgeTree Hyper Estraier Xapian DocMgr Pinot Namazu SPyRO, SPyDI, and related Projects Tracker Middlewares Emdros OpenFTS DB tsearch2 (PostgreSQL) MySQL

  • Cover only one topic per e-mail and give a sensible subject

    This article was first written in March 2005 for the BeezNest technical website (http://glasnost.beeznest.org/articles/213). Answering under the question should be the default. Similarly, and to avoid complicating answering to e-mails, try to cover only one topic (even huge) per e-mail. It will not cost you more to split your different subjects in several messages, and […]