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3 Apr 2003 (updated 3 Apr 2003 at 17:58 UTC) »

I had to figure out wiki tags the other day. The reason your link to the DocBook wiki didn't work is because it's not a valid wiki in Advogato's intermap file.

You use it like (by default it likes to the c2 wiki):


Which gives you:


28 Feb 2003 (updated 27 Mar 2003 at 01:04 UTC) »
Toby's response to the IPv6 story reminded me of this quote by Rob Flickenger, "NAT turns the Internet into TV".

I really like that quote because it reminds me that the current trend of the internet turning into a one to many medium is wrong. End to end connectivity allows everyone to be a publisher with the same resources they use to access the Internet.

I believe this is crucial, and it's for this reason that I'm building a Community Wireless Network and doing what I can to help other people build their own.


larry certified others as follows:

  • larry certified larry as Apprentice
  • larry certified wainstead as Journeyer
  • larry certified jhermann as Journeyer
  • larry certified gary as Journeyer
  • larry certified Dries as Journeyer
  • larry certified lsheehan as Apprentice
  • larry certified dje as Journeyer

Others have certified larry as follows:

  • larry certified larry as Apprentice
  • eliab certified larry as Journeyer
  • lsheehan certified larry as Journeyer
  • dje certified larry as Journeyer
  • mattwest certified larry as Journeyer

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