On Tuesday you will find me in the exhibition hall at the booths of the opensource pavillion where I will demo RSSOwl and answer questions about upcoming RSSOwl 2.0.
Wednesday begins with a short talk about What's new in SWT 3.3. Later on that day I am giving a 40 minute demo of RSSOwl 2.0.
And on Thursday I am talking about The new JFace ColumnViewer API in Eclipse 3.3. Directly afterwards I am joining a panel about Usability and User Interface Best Practices in Eclipse.
That will be an exciting week :-)
Check out some of the cool new features and security enhancements:
- Subscribe to feeds from Firefox 2.0
- Support for Internet Explorer 7 as embedded browser
- A lot of Bugfixes
May the owl be with you,
Firefox 2 has just been released. Congrats to Mozilla and all the people involved, I am a very happy user since 1.0.
One of the interesting new features is a way of subscribing to feeds with your newsreader of choice. Beginning with the next version 1.2.3, RSSOwl on Windows will show up in the list of readers and subscribing to feeds out of Firefox will be supported.
Update: Of course this feature is available on other platforms as well. However, only Firefox on Windows is able to show RSSOwl automatically in the list of readers. But you can always add any reader by selecting "Choose application..." from the list.
During the past couple of days I received a lot of mails telling me that RSSOwl is reported as a potential virus or trojan. This is of course a false warning. In case this happens to you, please update your anti-virus application and try again. If the warning is not going away, please contact me.