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Friday, December 17, 2004
Dickey: Iraq, the training ground:
"Iraq is now just the kind of place Al Qaeda needs to harden its recruits for terrorist actions around the world, just as Afghanistan, Bosnia, Kashmir, the Philippines and Chechnya have done before. “The blowback for this war has to be enormous,” says [Bruce Hoffman, author of the 1998 book “Inside Terrorism”]." 11:26:32 PM
Magnolia 2.0 Upgrades Open J2EE Content Management: "Swiss-based Obinary has released Magnolia 2.0, the first upgrade to its Open Content Management project. .. Magnolia 2.0 is also the first CMS to support the Java Content Repository API (JSR-170). Magnolia 2.0 is available for free download from http://www.magnolia.info/ and can be tested online at http://www.magnolia.info/demo. Companies like Siemens Enterprise and numerous customers from the pharmaceutical industries are already using Magnolia today, the group said...
Magnolia 2.0 uses the open-source licensed JSR-170-implementation "Jackrabbit" as a content repository. Magnolia 2.0 was primarily developed by engineers and devs at Obinary, a software and consulting firm located in Basel/Switzerland that also offers commercial support, hosting, training and implementation services for Magnolia. " An advantage of the open JSR-170 is that it prevents "lock in" to a content management system by storing the content in a vendor-neutral store. 8:36:01 AM