David Ornstein's WebLog

I'm a Lead Program Manager in the Digital Documents group at Microsoft; we're part of the Windows team.

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  • Blog Post: More blog from David on MSN Spaces

    So MSN just launched a beta sevrice called Spaces which is a pretty soup'd up blogging environment. I've been playing with it for the past few days and it's pretty nice. I'm at least going to keep my personal blog over there and I am seriosly considering moving my work and FlexWiki -related blogging...
  • Blog Post: OK, time to drive to a SolidRelease

    Now that FlexWiki has moved back into gear after the release to SourceForge last week, it's time to gather round and drive FlexWiki to a SolidRelease . What do I mean by that? Well, there are lots of bug reports and lots of features that people have been requesting for a while now. I want to gather together...
  • Blog Post: Well, that wasn't so bad...

    OK. So I am a bit tired but the chaos wasn't as bad as I'd imagined. We launched FlexWiki on SourceForge yesterday (or was it today?). A few hours earlier than expected. That caused a bit of a scramble, but in the end it was no big deal. I spent some time today reading the news coverage ( c|net , InfoWorld...
  • Blog Post: FlexWiki posted to SourceForge.net

    This evening FlexWiki took the next step in its life and has been made available at SourceForge.net under the Common Public License . With this step, the developer community will have the latest source (including all the WikiTalk features), better access, better tools, and a better legal environment...
  • Blog Post: WikiTalk is born (or at least we're driving quickly towards the hospital!)

    OK. I've started to post information about WikiTalk , my new object-oriented language for FlexWiki . It's probably going to talk another few days to get the documentation usable and it'll likely be another few days after that before I post the binaries (and then a week after that when I actually checkin...
  • Blog Post: Word and long documents

    Well, I work here at Microsoft but that doesn't mean I like everything about all of our products :-) I'm using Microsoft Word on a big document with a lot of chapters and I'd really like to be able to break the chapters out into their own files, using some kind of include mechanism to "rollup" the whole...
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