Name: Nathan Wertman
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I am currently attending the University of Colorado @ Boulder in hops of eventually gaining a BS in Computer Science. I use Linux exclusively at work, home, and school. I am currently searching for a project to lend my time and expertice to. I know C/C++/Perl/PHP (pretty standard for a Linux user)


Recent blog entries by DaGovna

Well another day, another dollar.... I spent some time playing with Net::FTP to automate but it is going to take quite a bit of time to do right. I just wish I knew where Linus post's the new kernels so I could grab them from some place other than the website. I also need to figure out what to do about the server, I don't think my ISP allows web servers but I should check. Here is the information I am planning on including (NOTE: this is a rought list)

  • Kernel Changelogs
  • A Kernel Patch Browser
  • Unofficial Patches
  • ?An archive of the kernel mailing list?

    I wonder if there is anything else I should put on there?

  • Well school is back in session and I am going to have a little more fun this semester than I did last semester. I am only enrolled in one true programming class this session :(, but it is better than the 4 I had last time. Programming is fun and all but being forced to do it for 80+ hours a week between school and work isn't nearly as fun as an open source project or a personal hack.

    As for I am holding off on diving in to the page until I figure out just how to automate it. I need to gather information about kernel patches and new releases automatically and parse them into the web page. I really have no idea what would be a good consistient source of that information, any ideas ya'll?

    My G-friend and I had a little fight the other night about bounderies. I was upset that I didn't feel like I could say no to anything she asked without her being upset, and she was upset that whenever I went to do something I seemed pissed off about having to do it for her....all is good now, that is why we talked.


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