It’s a common misconception that the creator and/or the developers are in sole control of the blockchains they create, such as Bitcoin or Ethereum. But in reality governance of blockchains involves different parties that act according to whatever incentive they have.
I’m really excited about the upcoming Drupal 8.5 release at the beginning of 2018. In the Workflow Initiative our goal is to include, in core, the rewritten version of the Workspace module. Continue reading “Plan to throw one version away, you will, anyhow”
On this blog I’ve talked a lot about blockchain technology recently. And while blockchains certainly are disruptive to how we use and agree on shared information, or run shared applications, they aren’t changing how we do general purpose computing, or personal computing. Continue reading “New era of personal computing”
Last week I attended DrupalCon Vienna. And I must say, it’s been one of the better and most positive DrupalCons in a long time. The past 12-18 months have been really tough on the community. There’s been a lot of fatigue, doubt and uncertainty in Drupal 8 as a product, as well as other issues in the community. But I really think we’ve come out of this period stronger than ever! Continue reading “So long DrupalCon Europe!”
How the web and it’s underlying technologies work is often not entirely obvious to everyone. It’s easy to take things for granted. In this post I’ll explain how linking on the web currently works, and a new better way to do linking on Web 3 – the next version of the web. Continue reading “A better way of linking to web content”