Category Archives: journalism

dlr-languages package passes another hurdle

It looks like the upload of the Iron* languages to Debian is imminent. We’ve gotten the debian/watch file downloading a tarball of the git tag we’ve chosen for this release. This was the last bit meebey needed in order to … Continue reading

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nice

http://opensourcetogo.blogspot.com/2009/07/real-floss-community-and-faux-floss.html#c5581975764835681515

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I was going to write an opinion article….

But then I thought better of the idea. Anyone who still takes bn seriously after the recent terrorist actions is likely not going to be swayed by facts, proof of their hypocrisy, their total lack of participation in the community … Continue reading

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Is Boycott Novell interested in fixing the problem?

Roy, Would you like to work with me to fix the US patent system? I sure would like it if you’d stop saying mean things about the most active and effective Free Software developers I know. If we have to … Continue reading

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Obama: Solving our financial crisis

Mr. Obama asked that this video be shared. To see the video on their site, click here. It also comes with a textual version, in case you like reading: http://my.barackobama.com/page/s/economyplan

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boycottnovell.com not interested in solving problems

But don’t take my word for it. The folks on their IRC channel have put it pretty plainly themselves. They’re not interested in offering solutions to problems, they instead seem interested in bemoaning their lot in life for fun and … Continue reading

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The Cretins

My brother’s motorcycle club, The Cretins, recently had an article published about them in the Seattle PI. They even quoted him. I didn’t realize he was the president of the club. The rumor goes that he missed a meeting, and … Continue reading

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An update

I don’t really have anything really exciting to report, so y’all get to listen to me blather. And after all, that’s what blogs are for anyway, right? Zelda is turning 11 months old this month. This is still my favorite … Continue reading

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From Lang.NET 2008 – Tuesday

0834 No snow today. The commute was easy. Last night, I downloaded the DLR and worked with it a little. I’ve hosted a gzipped binary version of the assembly on colliertech.org as well as a bzip2ed tarball of the source. … Continue reading

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From Lang.NET 2008 – Monday

Monday 0815 So here I am. It snowed last night, so the drive down was a little crazy. I’ve arrived. They say I represent “Collier Technologies” instead of “Amazon.com.” I hope nobody at work minds. The network is up, people … Continue reading

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