I ran my own blog from November 2006 till October 2014. All posts are still online, but I don't have time to update it anymore. Please note that all images and media files have been removed when the backup was moved to a new host in early 2016. Enjoy!

Reviewing 2010

11. january 2011

The most important thing we did in 2010 was probably the creation of Joopita Research a.s.b.l, a non-profit organisation that will serve as a legal basis for all of our projects. We moved to a new data center, got a new server and backup systems. And the best part is that donations and ads currently allow to cover our bills, so thanks to all of those supporting us.

One of the highlights of 2010 was the successful Galaxiki 2.0 relaunch. During the second half of the year Galaxiki has been ported to CIOS, adding the CIOS community layer with tons of new social features. The next big Galaxiki update (2.5) is now scheduled for March 2011, adding even more social features to the framework.

The CorneliOS web desktop made some serious progress in 2010, and in January 2011 we were able to finally release version 1.0. Not all planned features made it to the final release, notably the DAC layer is still missing. But we're working on it and we're positive that all missing key features will become available this year.

CorneliOS is still the core technology behind all of our software projects, and the CIOS framework will allow us to implement some more great products in 2011. In 2010 CorneliOS also clearly surpassed OLEFA in terms of vision, technology and popularity.

In late 2009 we decided to return to the education market, so last year we had to think of some new educational concepts and technologies. We think we have developed some awesome new ideas now and we plan to turn them into a usable product in 2011. Stay tuned as we have some great stuff in the pipeline.

Finally we also released the Joopita IBS in late 2010. The Integrated Business Suite (IBS) is an application suite for businesses, organizations and institutions. It's still an alpha prototype, but it clearly demonstrates where we're heading too.

So what's up for 2011? Well, we guess you'll have to wait and see...