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Name: leaf (legally, daniel) nunes
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Less of a programmer, more like motor-oil in the mozilla engine.


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some useful links for windows cvs-over-ssh that are cygwin free.

Working on setting up new tinderbox machines and am running into one niggling issue after another.

Got Tor's configuration of a Mozilla Planet running, so there can be yet another blog feed.

Also deviously devising plans for moving away from cvs. So far, subversion and GNU Arch are in the discussions.

It's official. I've resigned from AOL Time Warner, and have accepted a buildmonkey job with the Foundation.

Thanks to incredible efforts from people other than me, mozilla.org is maintaining services post-AOL.

I'm doing small things here and there:

  • CD Mastering
  • build tinkering
  • random fretting about the servers

I still have to merge release builds into the tinderbox scripts, but i made some progress on that by simplifying installer creation in the build system. More make, less Perl.

CCK is now free. It doesn't build, but it's free. It's been free for a while, but now there are some docs and the license has been made sane.

I should probably spend some of my sabbatical hacking on it, getting it to work on something other than windows, for instance. Might be tough amid the personal things i have planned, and it's unlikely that the wife will be interested in me sitting at my desk when i could be camping with her.

A volunteer has arrived to (maybe) offload the server migration tasks i had scheduled, praise be.

Finally, an OSX Firebird 0.6.1 candidate. And those pesky mac tinderboxen are working again.

Back to real work.

(yeah, both of those links will be dead in six months, but that's ok)

What the hell?

Why do apple-published developer-tools updates "chmod g+w /"?

I mean, maybe most people aren't using sendmail, but even if they aren't root's permissions shouldn't be messed with.

I wonder if the package is just an archive that gets unpacked over the top of everything else, preserving package-permissions.

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