WordPress: Real-time delivery of posts and comments via standard Jabber instant messaging clients

Now WordPress.com delivers blog posts and comments in real-time. We started by providing a firehose for our partners but that was only the beginning. Anyone can subscribe to their favorite WordPress.com blogs and receive posts and comments the instant they are published. Soon the conversations on blogs will be as fast as chat rooms.


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Our Jabber service is open to anyone with a WordPress.com account. Please see our Jabber support section or click your client icon below for help setting up your connection.

Liferay Celebrates its 10th Birthday

This year marks the 10th anniversary of Liferay Portal. Brian Chan began development in 2000 and Liferay has very quickly become the premier platform for building dynamic and effective enterprise applications. With 3 million downloads, 250,000 deployments, and a healthy community numbering 30,000, Liferay has been enjoying explosive growth in our 11th year.

This year also marks our 6-year anniversary as a commercial open source company and we are celebrating important milestones:

  • Hundreds of enterprise customers including Cisco Systems, Electronic Arts, and Société Générale
  • Over 60 partners in our worldwide network
  • Recognition as a Visionary in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant two years running
  • Strong revenue growth and global support coverage from offices in North America, Europe, Brazil, India, and China

Thank you for your support and we look forward to working with you in 2010!

Bryan Cheung
Liferay, Inc.

WordPress.com Outage Takes Us And 10,199,999 Other Blogs Down

As you may have noticed, TheUnical Blog was down for an extended period of time this afternoon. In case you haven’t read about why yet, it’s because WordPress.com suffered through some 110 minutes of downtime, as WordPress founder Matt Mullenweg has explained just now on the company’s blog.

Unical Blog is one of the millions of blogs hosted on WordPress.com (not to be confused with sites that run the WordPress software but are hosted elsewhere). All told, some 10.2 million blogs went down — wiping out some 5.5 million pageviews, WordPress estimates. This was their worst outage in 4 years.

So what happened?

Mullenweg says WordPress is still gathering details but their initial diagnosis is that “an unscheduled change to a core router by one of our datacenter providers messed up our network in a way we haven’t experienced before, and broke the site.” He notes that this also tripped up all the mechanisms to prevent a total failure, so that occurred. Luckily, no data was lost in the outage, it just simply could not be sent out.

Mullenweg ends with, “I hope it will be much longer than four years before we face a problem like this again.” So say we all.

People Who Use Liferay: Tune Money – Blog – Liferay.com

People Who Use Liferay: Tune Money. By Ronald Sarayudej 2/5/10 10:51 AM. Tune Money. Region: Malaysia Version: Liferay Portal EE 5.2. Tune Money is a company that provides financial services. Offering a wide selection of personalised

Ronald Sarayudej – http://www.liferay.com/web/ronald.sarayudej/blog/-/blogs

Java Portlet Development w IRAD for WebSphere Portal Server | JAVA

While the WAS Portal Server is the target for deployment, since the portlet itself is JSR-168 compliant, it can be tested and deployed to any portal server, including Pluto, jetspeed, liferay, Plumtree, openportal, weblogic and Oracle

JAVA Blog – http://javajobs.net/blog/

Taxonomies and Folksonomies – Increasing search and retrieve

Abstracted from the book: Liferay Portal 6 Enterprise Intranets This article will introduce how to use Taxonomies and Folksonomies – Increasing search and retrieve capabilities in Knowledge Base Articles. Introduction

Jonas Yuan – http://www.liferay.com/web/jonas.yuan/blog/-/blogs