ENUM NL has set up the ENUM Linked In group for developers and others interested in new technology. The initiative is intended to increase familiarity with ENUM and stimulate the development of new applications.
âThe ENUM Linked In group is a global forum for knowledge, good ideas, applications and talent,' commented Elmar Duiveman, ENUM Project Manager.
By creating the Linked In group, ENUM NL is looking to encourage discussion about ENUM and its potential applications. Before long, demos will be made available to inspire more developers to start working on new uses for ENUM technology. An on-line âENUM lab' is also planned, where developers can put their innovative ideas to the test. If you would like to learn more about ENUM or share what you know, visit the ENUM group.
We normally see quite a few people finding this blog via Google. It can be quite amusing to see what search terms led to us.
Earlier this month I decided to check it out again, there were no hits from Google. At all. This was kinda odd, as the googlebots (both for the search engine and for reader) normally hit us quite often.
Looking back through the logs the last time Google hit us was the 14th of March. Which is quite some time ago.
I cruised over to Google and checked Reader, and sure enough the most recent article from our blog is dated the 14th of March. I then tried telling Google to index blog.etc.gen.nz using the WebMaster tools. No dice, it says: