You can read the manifesto online here.
It’s been not nearly a year since I last used Windows Live Writer, there seems to have been a lot of enhancement and changes compared to the first version that i have tried up. Today, I’ll be giving a try to the beta version (Build 14.0.5025.904). The setup was quiet easy and straight forward, warning me that I must enable XML-RPC on my blog before I can continue.
The first thing I installed is the S3 Object plug-in, to be able to upload images directly to my Amazon S3 account and use them on this post.
This image comes from my S3 bucket.
There are many feature such as the Insert Map: Let’s try it out and point out Mauritius for example 🙂
Nice. I have also created a Marker (Push Pin). Which does not seem to appear, When you create a map on Windows Live Messenger, it’s not the actual map that appears but an image with a link to the actual map… 🙁
Some other comment: There is to a problem, when there are connection cuts. The application just hangs during an operation. It was the case for my first post. Hope that is will be happen.
Conclusion a very nice and elaborated tool for blogging. I’ll will be trying it for a fews days and will send some feedback on this post. Or create a new one if need be.
My previous article to Windows Live Writer can be found here
This is the first barcamp in Mauritius. It has been organized by Mauritius Network, and will take place from the 20th to the 21st of June 2008.
For information on what is a barcamp 🙂
BarCamp is an international network of user generated conferences — open, participatory workshop-events, whose content is provided by participants — often focusing on early-stage web applications, and related open source technologies, social protocols, and open data formats.
Read more here.
On the menu of this rendez-vous:
You can register for this event here.
While adding my blog on some blog directory yesterday, I “bumped” on a nice web tool that helps you to create profile picture for web social networks. It is many a times a harassing task to get pictures in an acceptable format for each of the social networks website you are registered too. Some need avatars size, some portrait size and others custom size. With the help of this small web tool, you can in a flash create the picture either save it on your PC or send it to an email address. Here are some screen shots of the site: http://mypictr.com/