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Blogger decided it didn’t want to stay up during our hackaton. I’m not sure why but Blogger seems to be having a lot of issues lately. Anyhow, that didn’t keep us from finishing an initial site design, get some code written and get our new intra web server almost fully configured before we had to wrap up. Pretty good progress all in all!

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Viktor is currently installing FAMP on the new FreeBSD server. Meanwhile, Alexander is getting the web framework installed and an initial login page to our front end programmed.

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In order to start development of our server software we are installing a new server which we will temporarily host all our software on. This means we don’t have to start paying $150 a month or wherever for a dedicated server just yet.

We’re currently installing FreeBSD on an old old laptop (4 years is a lifetime in CS!).

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So these passed week both Alex and I have been busy with other stuff, so we haven’t had much time to work on the development for our yet to be announced super-duper-product. However, this weekend we have planned to get together for a ‘hackaton.’ For you guys not familiar with hackatons, it is something that fairly common in Silicon Valley among both start-ups and established companies. A hackaton something of a team-event where you get all your staff together (for us, that means me and Alex), and code/work for 24 hours or so straight to solve a common (or team-based) goal. Often these event are filled with plenty of fast-food and caffeine, and are usually appreciated in the geek-world.

Our event will of course only involve me and Alex, but we hope to be able to make some major progress in our development. We will keep you updated when we start our hackaton, and see how much of what we accomplished we will reveal. We’re still in stealth-mode, so don’t expect us to reveal much though.

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A strange thing happened today.

We’ve been keeping an eye on our Google Sitemap, as I mentioned earlier. Since inception we have seen our little company blog slowly grow into a position on Google and other search engines. A query like “site:www.playingwithwire.com” on Google would give you a bunch of results, one for every single blog entry we’ve had.

But today when I logged into sitemap, the web page told me that “No pages from your site are currently included in Google’s index.” And it wasn’t kidding! As of this writing, the query “site:www.playingwithwire.com” on Google returns no pages at all.

Did Google get angry because we published their secret? :)

Hopefully it’s just a temporary thing as Google reindexes and we’ll be back on your favorite internet map shortly. Meanwhile make sure to use our cool links below to add us to del.icio.us so you won’t lose us!

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