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Name: Daniel Rall
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I am a member of two ASF projects: Turbine and Velocity. Employed by CollabNet, I also hack on Tigris projects.


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13 Dec 2000 (updated 14 Dec 2000 at 00:09 UTC) »

Two months later, I manage to resurface after a complete rewrite of Tigris. Wow--I think I'm still in shock...that was amazing. Go team. Talk about high performance.

Doing a lot of Tigris work these days. Ended up ditching the Tigris implementation of a Turbine Security Service--square peg, round hole kinda deal. Tigris requires a very complex ACL. Stealing away tidbits of time to work on the JUnit tests for Velocity.

28 Sep 2000 (updated 29 Sep 2000 at 16:34 UTC) »

Frantic work to pull together the new Turbine SecurityService implementation to aid in the implementation of the latest deathmarch at work. Leonard is an excellent coding and design partner--I'm happy to have him on this project.

Yesterday, I finally got Laila's Deskjet 832c working with her new Windows box. Yay for small miracles! There was a loose--or possibly some what bad--cable. Maybe I'll hook up lpd to Samba one of these days...

18 Sep 2000 (updated 18 Sep 2000 at 18:41 UTC) »

I'm breathing a sigh of relief at having finally figured out what was wrong with Laila's computer last night. At 2 AM, I was finally able to translate the 1 long - 8 short beeps from the AMI BIOS into the appropriate "bad graphics card" message. In this case, "rad graphics card" would've been more appropriate--the Matrox G200 AGP just wasn't quite seated correctly.

It isn't like I hadn't already checked the card a few times, even swapping the previous card--with its feeble PCI bus--back in. Unfortunately, the motherboard was seated just slightly low in the case, causing me some difficulty with all the cards. Being more than a little bit frustrated and tired when I finally came to that revelation, rather than disassembling the box again (I'd already had to cannibalize my FreeBSD box temporarily for testing parts), I just hammered on the card until the motherboard decided that it was statisfactorilly seated. Heh. I'm pretty sure that moving the cable that I had had running under the end of Matrox probably helped a bit too.

Finally resolved stand alone Turbine connection pool issues! Stoked myself and my fiance Laila with a sushi dinner in celebration.

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dlr certified others as follows:

  • dlr certified josh as Master
  • dlr certified gstein as Master
  • dlr certified rasmus as Master
  • dlr certified mbp as Master
  • dlr certified latchkey as Master
  • dlr certified daveb as Master
  • dlr certified jrobbins as Master
  • dlr certified shaneowenby as Journeyer
  • dlr certified cam as Apprentice
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  • dlr certified manoj as Master
  • dlr certified lucas as Apprentice
  • dlr certified jimb as Master
  • dlr certified rbb as Master

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