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Name: Adam Kramer
Member since: 2001-05-31 05:56:40
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your interface sucks, but i won't blame you for that; mine does too. more info later.

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Desperately seeking place with dedicated connection for hacking. I can't get anything done at home with a modem, and I don't prefer staying all night at my work in a dingy lab.


SRL let me know about the Reefknot project. I have been reading the docs, and I'm just about to get into the code. First stuff I think I'll try to write will be tests, or maybe enhancing the skeleton POE stuff for fun. I'm good at making docs better so maybe I'll go there.

I've got a busy weekend so this all continues on sunday or monday.

oops, reinvented the wheel with that script. znol does the same thing. Apparently, my znol was not working so I didn't realize it. That's what you get when you have crappy documentation and tutorials on how to use your software.

Wrote a little perl script for Zephyr to check to see who's visible/online in your .anyone file. So if you use zephyr and want it, just ask. As far as i know, Zephyr doesn't offer a utility like this, which seems silly, since notification of log in is push and sometimes you wanna pull.

I am looking to get involved in a project. Preferably something related to client/server or peer-to-peer, but anything open source and relatively interesting is fine in my book. The search continues, I am your learning apprentice. I can't wait to get a dedicated connection, and another box for development. yada hada.


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