Monthly Archives: July 2011

Upcoming Conferences

I suppose everyone else’s mind is on the Desktop Summit in Berlin next week, but I’d like to take a moment to tout three conferences in the Netherlands later this year: EuroBSDCon on .. well, everything BSD-ish, october 6th-9th 2011. … Continue reading

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Upgraded to KDE 4.7

Some people may find it odd that I don’t track KDE releases very closely — at least, not on my Linux machines, which includes my laptop. There things tend to be "whatever DVD is on the top of the pile … Continue reading

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The meaning of oracles

A few weeks ago, Paul Adams (one of the folks whose innuendo I shall miss most in two weeks time) wrote about his newest oracle, which calculated something based on SVN logs. this Oracle of Ervin expresses a notion of … Continue reading

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Damp

It’s the wettest July in ages. You might think that that is good weather for hacking, but no. I did discover that my raincoat is less waterproof than it ought to be. That shorted out my n900 in my pocket. … Continue reading

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