Earthquake

Stylized magnitude plot from Tagesschau

While I was setting up this site late last night, I felt like something was wrong. I heard my wardrobe make aching noises, and the ground started moving. First slightly, then more and more. At the end, it felt like our house was swaying from side to side with an …

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Funny

... absolute timezone incompatibility
Someone just posted this to Planet Gnome. Appropriate. :)

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Moved in.

So, after spending an ungodly amount of time setting this up, I finally feel at home. Time to say something in here. Well, I should have been spending all this time working on my applications to the graduate schools which I plan to go to in the fall of 2005 …

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Proprietary = bad.

Ok, so I’m in the process of setting up this site. I thought, ha, even Josie has a blog. So, for the times when content on my own site is few and far between (like…err…now), I should just syndicate her blog, so I’ll be cool by …

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Blog.^H^H^H^H^H Journal.

Well, hi planet. Everybody has a blogjournal these days, so why not me? Let’s get started.

Update 1: Did anybody notice how cool I am? My blog can be accessed using SSL. Damn secure, man. Damn, damn secure. (Actually, not any more since the site moved to Alturo …

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Madman bug/feature trackers closed down

Trackers are closed now. The Sourceforge bug, feature and support trackers are closed now, effective immediately. Please turn to the mailing list for your support needs. Anonymous posting is allowed, but please request for yourself to be cc’ed. If you have data in the trackers, it has not been …

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CVS dropped as madman’s means of revision control

Giving CVS the boot. Work on 0.94 is continuing nicely, with Guido as a notable addition to the development team. Shawn is considering a rewrite of the criteria language. And you’ll probably miss all this new development if you only check the SourceForge CVS—it is out of …

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Lots of new madman packages unleashed

Package frenzy. Within minutes of each other, both Christian Hammers and Jaako H Kyro made packages available for their respective distributions. So now, if you have Fedora Core 1 or Debian, it’s never been easier to get madman.

Thanks to the packagers!

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