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Sunday, 13 July 2003

HandShake for OS X

In the midst of my dissertation--a FOAF desktop tool for OS X in Cocoa/Java--I'm now at the mandated "design stage", whereupon I'm producing oodles of UML use case, event trace and class diagrams along with the first drafts of the user interface, the latter of which I'm happy to show you:

I have around six testers signed up so far--you know who you are--but if anyone else is willing and free to test the app in August, you're welcome to drop me a line.

Update 13 July 23:31: Thanks to je at makeoutcity for pointing out that the "design" link was pointing to one of my local files. Fixed now.

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RDFWeb and Friend of a Friend (FOAF) Jul 13, 2003 11:00 PM
Dan Hon is working on a Java/Cocoa based MacOS X desktop tool using FOAF, called 'Handshake'. He's posted some screenshots...
Read more in Handshake for OSX design notes »

Alexander Payne Jul 14, 2003 12:35 AM
So say you wanna get on this whole FOAF thing, to "ride da FOAF donkey," as it were. Right now there's the web form-based FOAF-a-matic, and that's not a bad solution. But pretty soon there's gonna be HandShake for Mac...
Read more in Making FOAF Is/Will Be Easy »

your my bff

Posted by: vangel_532 on March 30, 2004 03:50 PM

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