Dropline Neu is a great icon theme which could be in Debian-BR-CDD on next versions... The author has been made other good icon themes, but non-dfsg compatible. This time it is GPL and I'll intend to put his great work in Debian.
Ok, I know there is a python ircbot lib, and a lot of IRC bot implementations, RSS plugin that get info from TRAC SCM systems, etc. But anyway, I decided to write a IRC bot for TRAC, for learning purposes. And here is it: http://gnosislivre.org/websvn/.
I have just a first commit, and I know this code is very ugly, but I'll turn it better, I hope I could. This moment it only receive a number as parameter on any #channel and returns some info about the ticket. I can't forget to say that the debconf bot (from debian-br people) is being a great reference for me.
Let's say more interesting things: PSL-BA has now hackergotchi heads group, very funny: http://planeta.psl-ba.softwarelivre.org/heads.html
...is it really a interesting thing?
On fotki.com service, options to upload images:
Create a Fotki Upload Bookmarklet for album "xxxxx" new Drag this link to your bookmarks. Internet Explorer not supported.
I would like to use the Dropline Etiquette icons on Debian-BR-CDD Project, but its license is not DFSG compatible. So, is very common people asking about why CCs aren't DSFG compatible. The first step to understand it is, of course, reading the DFSG and CCs. But if you want a quickly way to know about CC and DFSG, take a look at debian-legal Summary of Creative Commons 2.0 Licenses.
Anyway, I've sent a email for the Dropline author asking for a possible changing in their license to a DFSG compatible, maybe following these debian-legal recomendations:
" Authors who use or are planning to use the Attribution 2.0 license should consider a similar Free Software license such as a BSD- or MIT-style license [BSD], [MIT]."
"Authors who use or are planning to use the Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0 license should consider a similar Free Software license such as the GNU General Public License [GPL]."
Now I'm waiting...
After debconf5 arriving I couldn't sleep very well, so I woke up really early and I wrote a cool macro for Trac environment that you can see here.
Anyway, some examples of usage:
Giving a maintainer mail address: [[debianBTS(email@example.com)]] Giving a bug number: [[debianBTS(311091)]] Giving a package name: [[debianBTS(bbclone)]]
Photos: www.debconf.org/gallery/debconf5 mail jon at ivt.com.au for login
AdHocBoFs/Networking/Printing info on wiki.debian.net/?DebConf5
Reception: +358417816305 (24h/day)
The Group photo: ajt.iki.fi/debconf5
I've notice that php xml-rpc is vunerable, where a machine can be explored easily as listed here
ewiki users, please update your php xml-rpc. Wordpress users, don't worry, be happy :o)
Wow! See this video and enjoy this beautiful scene. It was made in Helsinki Sea Life, Jul 2005, by myself. If you know details about this animal please let me see, I forgot to take notes there.
So, I have to admit, I use MacOS sometimes :o) And sometimes I learn interest things. Do you know podcasts? Yeah, of course. I'm always the last to learn about these technologies. Eureka! Now I can pratice my (bad) english by listening the podictionary while I'm driving. It's amazing!
You (and me) can use ipodder software to listen podcasts in GNU/Linux (ok, you already know that...)
New HTML Parser: The long-awaited libxml2 based HTML parser code is live. It needs further work but already handles most markup better than the original parser.
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