Older blog entries for robk (starting at number 16)

Still not dead.

I'm a murderer.

Today I felt I had to certify someone, and not because of the contribution they've made to free software and its community. This is not a nice feeling at all. It would be nice to not care about issues like this, so I wouldn't feel compelled to make such a noxious little statement, but that's the price of having free will in a way.

Bum.

In other news, the weather continues clement. In fact, the weather continues to be stinking bloody clement, most unseasonally so for Brisbane. 38C this Saturday, wah!

Project idea - hack CPAN.pm so it produces RPM targets. Instantly, the hell of installing packages like RT2 and mangling your native Red Hat install (via chewing up the Perl RPMs) goes away (yes, I know debian can do this in a couple of ways). Come, my friends, let us ride once more into the breach, and &c!

Oh yeah, and let love rule.

21 Dec 2001 (updated 21 Dec 2001 at 04:48 UTC) »

See my entry for Aug 9.

Had some afternoon tea with mbp yesterday. He still won't port rsync to CP/M, though. Chiz chiz.

lkcl - reduce the dosage. Or raise it.

Ah, well. Tuesday will do.

I've started a new job with Red Hat Asia-Pacific.

Gosh.

I'll talk more on Monday.

The choir decided it needed some sort of group calendar, so I hunted around and found phpGroupWare, which shows great promise as an alternative to Micros~1 Exchange.

I've found myself getting involved in the development thereof - so far, at least, by breaking it and finding bugs. It's been a fascinating experience watching the project develop and grow, from the inside, so to speak. I've suggested an idea or two which have been incorporated, which is gratifying, and I'm actually coming up to speed on the code. Actual code! Aiiieeee!

Work, such as it is, continues at the Cthonic ISP with the soul-searing, non-Euclidean machine room.

29 Oct 2000 (updated 29 Oct 2000 at 23:31 UTC) »

Although my name's not Bamber.

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