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Name: Charles Samuels
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I'm a full time geek living a San Jose, California, USA. I enjoy long walks on the SMTP jumps, quiet reading of web sites and the night, and chocolate. I'm the founder of the KDE Media player Noatun, and at night, I fight crime with my x-ray vision.


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Decided to add some convolution to Nex, the noatun scope. Looks really awesome. Weird thing though was that SDL's mutex lock function segfaults! I do most certainly do not understand how it's possible, though. I just modified the code so I wouldn't need a mutex. I suppose it's best this way.

kde-devel has this long winded discussion about threads. I obviously love threads, and Waldo said the cutest thing:

I mean, we allow people to do evil things like indenting with tabs, so why not allow them to use threads as well?

He enclosed that in the "Insane" XML tag, though, and I was quick to use that to my defense. I like tabs as well.

A Star Trek TNG rerun starts in a couple minutes, so I better finish this entry. It's 1am on a sunday morning, so to me, it still feels like a saturday.

I've joined advogato now. So the question is, what have I done?


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