Today, I went to Workforce Central, the new name of our local Unemployment Office, and requested any and all applications that they had for area companies. It seems a large number of local factories have you go to WC instead of the business to fill out an app.
God, I hope one of these gets me a job. Nothing else seems to be working out for me.
Recent bursts of insanity:
- Make a .deb of cyclone (IRCd based on
This should be relatively easy, right? Just take the existing .deb for ircd-dalnet and convert it? Not me. I have to make things difficult.
I want to make a few changes. It's not enough for me to have the existing ircd.conf. I want to not be required to enter certain information at compile time (hostname, services hostname, contact email/url, etc.). Do I know anything about C? Not yet...
- Autoconfiscate and make a .deb of OpenOffice.
I've never autoconfiscated anything before, and I know less of C++ than I do of C. However, I love the challenge...
Besides, I'm not familiar with dmake or tcsh.