Thursday, December 16, 2004
[ED: now it seems we have to wait until v.0.2.1 or something , the last release was in November]
flamerobin 0.2 on
To do announce flamerobin release on:
- neowin.net [done by alex]
- betanews.net [not DONE]
- softpedia.net [not DONE]
- jaybird linuxpr.com [not DONE]
- developers.slashdot.org [DONE]
- gnomedesktop.org [DONE]
- linuxtoday [DONE]
- databasejournal.com [DONE]
- newsforge.net [DONE]
- warp2search.net [done]
- lxer [ DONE]
- osnews.com [DONE]
- linuxelectrons.com [DONE]
- linuxcompatible [DONE by alex]
- pclinuxonline [DONE by alex]
- warp2search [DONE by alex]
- neowin [DONE by alex]
- fresmeat [DONE]
- jaybird on freshmeat [DONE]
- send this to lxer.com [DONE]
apt-get install hercules
"Hercules is a software implementation of an S/390 mainframe. It runs on Linux and executes S/390 operating systems and applications software."
you want sound revolution , you have it
Wednesday, December 15, 2004
and python is not java
Tuesday, December 14, 2004
very nice - don't need to user mathematica or matlab
ps: i hate mathlab anyway
Configuring Sound and Configuring Video
choose the mirror
and other impressions
on *free* java and on debian :)
Monday, December 13, 2004
Gentoo Weekly Newsletter: December 13, 2004
The question you may wonder is probably : "Dude, what exactly is this GeeXboX project I've heard so much about ?" Wink
"There seems to have been a slight problem with the database.
Please try again by pressing the refresh button in your browser.
We apologise for any inconvenience "
Don't know databases shouldn't break ever ...
Wednesday, December 08, 2004
Tuesday, December 07, 2004
Monday, December 06, 2004
In many ways, it seems like Python and Parrot are from different planets.
In Python, the general approach seems to be to reduce everything possible to a canonical form as early as possible, and then deal with everything consistently.
In Parrot, the general approach seems to be to leave everything in its original form as long as possible, and then deal with everything separately.
Long : Python vs Parrot
Sunday, December 05, 2004
Saturday, December 04, 2004
Friday, December 03, 2004
Thursday, December 02, 2004
"I guess this is my belated ApacheCon blog. I had a lot of fun as usual, and I got a chance to meet a few new people and hang out with old friends. The talk that Geoff and I gave went really well, and it ended up being as funny as we had hoped. More exciting than the talk is the project behind it. I think we've created the single best testing framework for PHP applications, and I'm going to try to describe it for those who missed the talk."
more on phpplannethttp://shiflett.org/
"The government agency that I work for is considdering using Lazarus for most of our custom programming instead of Delphi, and I am working on the first application." =-O