Links for February 28th to March 6th

These are my links for February 28th to March 6th:

  • item submitted by ‘Travis’ – (mush pot) – Thinking about using Facebook Connect on your site? Great! Step one: Abandon your will to live. I kid! More details about intergrating Facebook and BuddyPress
  • Technical Details About Mush Pot’s Facebook Connect Integration – Detail about how to integrate BuddyPress with Facebook using Facebook connect
  • Drupal Planet Module 1.0 in Launchpad – A nice new drupal model to make it easy to create a blog aggregation site. 🙂
  • Welcome to z3ext system – z3ext homesite – z3ext – zope3 based open source CMS. All code released under ZPL license.
  •> Open source Group Collaboration Software for the Enterprise 2.0 – is a group collaboration software created by Cynapse, that inter-connects your people with each other and their collective knowledge, seamlessly. helps teams to build collaborative knowledge by sharing and discussing various forms of digital content within a secure, unified application that is accessible using a web based interface or a rich desktop client. combines the capabilities of collaboration tools like wikis, blogs, file repositories, micro blogs, instant discussions and other social applications into a seamless platform. The desktop client keeps users updated with its unique activity stream while enabling instant discussions within any document, file or content.
  • parabolic trough made easy — an easy source of cheap and abundant energy – Solar energy is omnipresent. Once you have an economical and practical tool to collect it, you have a cheap and abundant energy source. Parabolic trough is a concentrating solar energy collector. It is there since many years, generating electricity in solar power plants. It has just been a bit too expensive to compete with fossil fuels, and a bit too big to enter into everyone's home. Why? We have modified its design into a redressable collector that is cheap enough to beat all fossil fuels, simple enough to be home made using basic hand tools, small enough to sit on rooftops and wallfronts, while preserving its performance for efficient electricity generation. Sceptic? Build it yourself, or just buy one and try it. Carefully built, even homemade solar collectors can serve you for years and save you a lot of money. The solar collector is the first step of an ambitious project to replace fossil fuels quickly and painlessly.