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26 Jan 2008 (updated 26 Jan 2008 at 04:44 UTC) »
Dulce et decorum est pro ignoratione mori

mchirico, redi: what you can try to do is to put your link in the article talk page, and ask an independent administrator (hopefully one who's not an insane idiot) to look at it and give the go-ahead to put it in. If nothing happens, maybe put up an RfC to blow up the whole matter.

This is even in the Wikipedia policy text, but I guess most of the administrators can't be bothered to point it out because they're more concerned with how to make Jimbo Wales look good in the wake of the Essjay incident.

3 Jan 2008 (updated 3 Jan 2008 at 11:03 UTC) »
Felicem annum novum habeatis!

As fzort said, I (or rather we) patched a coroutines library for C so that it'll compile on newer gcc's, and I e-mailed the patch to the maintainer.

Since I've not received any response yet, I decided to upload it to my web page.

9 Nov 2007 (updated 9 Nov 2007 at 11:45 UTC) »
OK seriously... is Republican candidate Ron Paul the new Linux?

Well, let's see:

froofyJIT is now on SourceForge.

TiMidity++ speedup patch redux

I rewrote the patch to use ccg instead of froofyJIT (to take advantage of being able to directly write x86 code), and posted the new patch on the timidity-talk mailing list. First response:

Does it work on the x86_64?

Oops. Um... no, not really. But thanks for asking.

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