Project diary

October 25th, 2006
Hans Henning Gabriel from 101tec starts working on the new Thinglink site by studying the system architecture. (Photo: Hans on the left and Bissi on the right)



November 1st
Tekes accepts funding to Social Objects project, part of which includes improving the existing Thinglink service.



December, 4.-8., 2006
Jyri, Matt and I meet in London to spec the wireframes for the new service. We spend two days at Moo Cards office and two days at LSE and got a rough idea of what we want.

December 9th, 2006
I contact with Alex Dechamps-Sonsino to agree about her involvement in improving the wireframes and screen designs.



December 14th, 2006
Sami Koskela from a Finnish web design company Valve starts working on the graphic layout.



December 19th, 2006
Juha Törönen from Jaiku starts working on the HTMLs.



December 21st
Graphic layout is ready.

January 3rd, 2007
James Cowan starts working on the backend with Stefan and Hans.

March 1st
The first version of the new service is online. Bug fixing starts. At the same time, Hans is working to finish his thesis.

April 20th
Three things still missing: load tests, URLs and RSS feeds. Hanks will submit his thesis on 27th. After that we should get things ready.

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