Category Archives: blog

A harowing upgrade

I just dist-upgraded the blog server to jessie. A couple of errors from code with checks for which modules are enabled from .htaccess (deprecated and now obsolete behavior). Nothing all that rocky. Go team Debian!

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UW Hypervisor looks stable

The new hardware looks like it’s reliable. The one I swapped out 10 days ago crashed every 3 days or so for reasons I couldn’t discern. I changed that one for a spare I had laying around and have been … Continue reading

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Replaced hypervisor

The system which was hosting this blog had a tendency to go down every few days. I swapped it out for a spare yesterday. Let’s see if it stays up. The hypervisor hosts this web server, a mysql server and … Continue reading

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SJCARS blog

The San Juan County Amateur Radio Society (SJCARS) has created a blog. I’m excited. http://sjcars.wordpress.com/

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blog optimizations

Thanks to some recommendations from Jeremy, Pierre and Jeff, this blog should be running a lot less slowly. I’ve installed memcached, set up wordpress plugins, tuned apache MPM parameters, tweaked iptables and tc rules and beaten on the blog with … Continue reading

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John Hodgman is using software that I helped to write

A recent blog post by The Hodg Man mentions that he uses (AND ENJOYS) a product I’ve helped to build. Yay. *** FULL DISCLOSURE NUMBER TWO FAITHFUL READERS OF THIS IMITATION BLOG know that, having crashed my own website repeatedly … Continue reading

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Matthew Broderick broke The Music Man.

I was reading Lefty’s recent blog post and was reminded (by way of a certain scene) of being pissed off by Broderick’s s/egg/globe/ in the 2003 production of The Music Man. I was going to put the following in the … Continue reading

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What makes Christians Christian?

I was reading through Andrew Sullivan‘s blog and I’m intrigued by what folks seem to think makes a Christian a Christian. In my opinion, the only thing required to be a Christian is for an individual to consider themself so. … Continue reading

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SD Times article about Mono

—–BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE—– Hash: SHA1 http://www.sdtimes.com/article/story-20061001-02.html Sorry Matt, Miguel was on vacation and I took charge while he was gone. My apolgies for letting your bug slip through the cracks. I was busy with work work. If that link … Continue reading

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What has tseng been up to?

08:35 <@cj> tseng: more with the addition of content to the aggregator! 55 days ago? get on it! :) 08:35 < tseng> cj: :( 08:36 < tseng> cj: i can blog last-exit 3 now that iain finally rolled the tarball … Continue reading

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