Monthly Archives: February 2004

Met Caleb Moore (of SVG Flags fame) at SLUG on Friday night. We both commented on how nice is to meet GNOME-world people “at home”. I am Jack’s cultural cringe. Ben Martin (or monkeyiq, of libferris infamy) was down in … Continue reading

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Some things I’ve seen in the past week or so that I have enjoyed… People are starting to talk about hard numbers when it comes to the Linux desktop. If you love Python and write network-aware software, check out this … Continue reading

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Hrm. So I think I could fairly reasonably justify going to a whole stack of conferences in the coming months, but they’re all at the end of each successive month. Harsh. Plus, USENIX is not on the list because it … Continue reading

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So, I have not been blogging. I have not been incredibly productive either. It’s kinda funny to read about our Boston friends being cold, because here in Sydney, it’s too fucking hot to think. It was 32°C yesterday, with facial-hair-toasting … Continue reading

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So much anger. I’m attempting to focus it productively, but every now and then it’s falling between my better judgement and GNOME, and I start thinking fuck-it-all thoughts. While GNOME feels like an enormous pressure at the moment, it is … Continue reading

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spiv pointed out that Google Glossary is no longer just a crazy hack, it’s now available on the main page by using “define:<term>”. Such as, define:gnome. Numbers one to four, baby! Yeah!

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