Articles posted in 2003/07
In which I failed to get the 2.4 backport of Linux kernel IPSec support working.
How to indicate authorship of a web page in a way that works with FOAF. And, a sample implementation in Dashboard.
In which my life is blighted yet again by Microsoft Windows.
On hacking Dashboard to understand geographical location data.
Using an RDF parser is the only sensible thing to do when faced with FOAF.
There is no Cult of Tim at the W3C. Really.
Now Dashboard can show RSS feeds related to the site you're browsing. Also, some thoughts about bringing FOAF into the picture.
I want a Bluetooth enabled GPS receiver, and an RDF vocabulary for open source project metadata.
Tales of woe suffered at the hands of corporations who don't support anything other than Internet Explorer.
In which I lose an entire night's sleep for the sake of securing my wireless network access.
Ximian's Evolution project is in need of contribution from outside hackers, it seems.
A decision to improve my workflow and hopefully reduce stress.
Notes from an OSCON interest session on getting scripting and functional languages in the .NET CLR runtime.
Hurried notes on arriving at the O'Reilly Open Source Convention.
A little bit of C# and Twisted Python, and a lot of cool.
The .NET runtime is cool, but I really want to stick with Python in order to use it.
My first add-on for Dashboard: cluepacket support in Phone Manager.
Mono works well on x86 Linux, but sadly not on PowerPC.
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Why I've used Zope for over three years now, despite it being a non-obvious choice of platform.