If you live in a major city, chances are you’re surrounded by CouchSurfers all the time. This is a real snapshot of the distribution of CS homes in a city:
Thursday, May 31, 2012
conference call people from your smartphone.
Kannel: Open Source WAP and SMS gateway
Wammu is a program to manage data in your cell phone such as contacts, calendar or messages. It is built on Gammu library, which provides abstraction layer to work with different cell phones from different vendors (including Nokia, Sony-Ericsson, Motorola, Samsung, Siemens, Huawei and others).
playSMS is a Free and Open Source Software
its main job is to handle outgoing and incoming SMS, single or bulk SMS
its simple name would be: SMS Gateway
rapidsms / pygsm
pyGSM is a Python module which uses pySerial to provide a nifty
| interface to send and receive SMS via a GSM Modem. It was ported
| from RubyGSM, and provides (almost) all of the same features. It's
| easy to get started:
RapidSMS is a free and open-source framework for dynamic data collection, logistics coordination and communication, leveraging basic short message service (SMS) mobile phone technology.
RapidSMS is a free and open-source framework for dynamic data collection, logistics coordination and communication, leveraging basic short message service (SMS) mobile phone technology. It is written in Python and uses Django.
Google Group: http://groups.google.com/group/rapidsms
Youtube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/rapidsmsdev
RapidSMS IRC Channel archives: http://irc.rapidsms.org (#RapidSMS also accessible via browser at http://webchat.freenode.net/)
playSMS is a flexible Web-based Mobile Portal System that it can be made to fit to various services such as an SMS gateway, bulk SMS, personal messaging systems, corporate and group communication tools.
Setting up an SMS Gateway on Ubuntu 10.04
The modules inside the framework add powerful SMS integration to your Drupal site. An API is provided for building more features. See the project page on Drupal.org for more information.
Microsoft SMS Sender
Wednesday, May 30, 2012
Dear Ping.fm users,
We recently announced the closing of Ping.fm. Early this year, we release Seesmic Ping, as successor to Ping.fm with a number of valuable features that helps make sharing easy.
We offered Ping.fm as a free service for many years, but found it to be challenging to maintain and scale this product, much less improve it with features. As such, our best solution was to start fresh with Seesmic Ping.
Based on previous usage of Ping.fm, we included the most used services to Seesmic Ping, and we're looking to add more networks based on our feedback site. To help us prioritize the next services to add, please submit/vote for suggestions on the feedback site.
To further support development and upcoming features, we will offer Seesmic Ping as both a free and paid service. More information will be available very soon.
Welcome to Fedora 17
Burning ISO images to disc