3 Jan 2001 wannabe   » (Apprentice)

Today, jacobo will tell you about his JamLibPHP. He's very happy with its results, so don't let him down and tell him something pretty about it. Come on. He'll be so glad if you do that ... :-) ;-D

Being a little more serious: today I tried to install OpenBSD as I did before, but this time things got a little uglier: I almost lose my /home and "misc stuff" partitions =:-m Nasty. I knew that having 12 partitions in a 2GB hard drive wasn't a good idea :-)

Other things: I'm stuck with Yang, the news-mail gate. There's a few decisions that I have to make and that have not much relation to implementation, but to "general behaviour" of the program. I don't know yet how I'm going to do, but it doesn't seem to be a hard issue. I'll put a web page of it, I'll really do it :-) It's just that I feel a little afraid. Well, it has to be done so I'll try to do it tomorrow. Hey, maybe the program would be useful to someone :-m :-)

Besides, jacobo is really taking seriously his approach, and is making a lot of progress. And I love competition }:-) It turns me on, if you know what I mean %-) It's not that we're making two similar programs, but we're making programs to get the same goal. Which will be good, very good, if we both finish them and people use them. This drivel won't make any sense for you if you don't know what's Fidonet, anyway :-) Just ignore all this rant :-)

And to finish ... yeeessss, my usual rant about danish :-) I know you all love it, that's why I do it };-) Today I did nothing but looking a bit the danish grammar ... and taking the decision of not making another doc from the scratch. I wanted to do another "learnDanish-HOWTO", as I told several days before, but I think that I'm only going to "patch" the translation that a guy called "tsca" did. It's a great job, but it lacks IMHO a few more things about prepositions and conjunctions. Besides, I want to add many things that I learned using kanikus doc. So I'll write the guy and ask him for permission. That's what Open Source is about, isn't it? :-)

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