In the News...

External reports on Kamaelia


  • 14 July 2005 BBC details open source software projects, Computer Business Review Online - another article on BBC Opensource
  • 13 July 2005 BBC opens up its code, - article regarding launch of BBC Opensource
  • 22 December 2004 - ZDNet publishes an article on Kamaelia.
    Knockon articles & blog comments:
    • 22 December 2004 - Short lived "hmm?" type discussion on linux forums as a result of the ZDNet/UK Builder article
    • 23 December 2004 - Mention on Has a translation of the name Kamaelia into cyrillic. (Doesn't quite get the pronounciation quite right though, the 'e' should be an "ee" sound - ie a backwards 'N' :) Comment came as a result of zdnet article.
    • 24 December 2004 - OS News posts a small article, greeted with interest.
    • 24 December 2004 - Bash Profile (french open source news site by the looks of things) puts a small article up. This is based on a pointer to the zdnet france translation of the same article.
    • 25 December 2004 - Brief comment on Russian site (looks like a blog/news aggregator?) pointing at zdnet article.
    • 28 December 2004 -


  • Delete/rewrite when appropriate: (probably to become based on its contents) greets Kamaelia warmly (but also with a hint of cynicism). As for Boy George jokes, a Camellia is a shrubbery, and the name is a play on the python phrase involving shrubberies :) ).

Updated: Michael, July 2005


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