I've good news. The people from the Lirmm lab (http://www.lirmm.fr,
one of the interested groups at the ECAP) have confirmed that they
will be using and co-developing LogiLogi.
I will be in Montpellier between the 3rd and 10th of September
(just before moving to London), where I will be helping them with
installation, and maybe some development.
(Miguel, if you're still in France it might be an opportunity to
meet, and otherwise it might be interesting for you too)
Currently I am working on my last thesis (the one for philosophy).
As usual it became quite an ambitious project; it's about LogiLogi
and explains why philosophy will move (at least partially) beyond
papers, what LogiLogi is, how it differs from other projects, and
what kind of philosophy is especially suitable for LogiLogi.
Expect the first Logis of it to appear on LogiLogi tomorrow.
I am also working on - what I have dubbed LogLog - a separate web-
app, super simple and small, for keeping track of changes on
Initially it will support e-mail notifications and RSS feeds, but
later on we could add other formats and twitter/identi.ca & FB
support. So LogiLogi is connected.
It is separate - integrated via a REST-API - in order to keep
LogiLogi clean, and as a first bit of LogiLogi that can function
as a separate service.