Mozilla-Based Open Source Project Needs Volunteer Programmers
Tuesday May 6th, 2003
Brad Neuberg writes in with news of a new open source project called Paper Airplane, which relies heavily on Mozilla technologies. Paper Airplane is a browser-cum-peer-network that enables users to easily create collaborative online communities, even if they're running behind firewalls or NATs. Brad is looking for volunteers to participate in the project, which uses JXTA and Java as well as the Mozilla application framework.
#4 "New" domain endings
Tuesday May 6th, 2003 10:30 AM
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"Second, the peer network creates an alternative domain name system to the existing one, allowing users to freely use hundreds of new domain endings, such as .politics, .environment, .love, .name, .crush, .marryme, .laborpolicy, .gay, and more."
Actually, there *is* a .name domain in the existing domain name system... if these guys are defining an "alternative" one into their browser, it could break the ability to surf real .name sites (like mine: <http://dan.tobias.name/> ) The same would happen if any of their others get eventually adopted by ICANN as real TLDs.