Category Archives: Open Source

GNU now developing rack systems

It seems GNU are branching out: from software, into rack systems ;)

When Agile goes wrong

I just received this message from customer support for a product I pay a subscription for (Oh, why not: this is Todoist.com): Unfortunately we don’t have a roadmap for future features. To stay flexible and add features based on requests, we work on a few options, implement them and then decide what’s next so unfortunately […]

Announcing MediGuest: Free Management software for Social Welfare Hostels

I’ve just released MediGuest. It’s a web-based, open-source application for the management of welfare hostels. Think of drug rehab centers, centers for alcoholics, or anywhere that may admit guests, but also supervise them in some way. Previously commercial, I’m making this available to all organisations that can benefit from it, entirely free of charge… because, […]