So what's new...
Over at imaclinux, I've kept the news fairly up to date (its' been a slow week, like most ;). I guess I have added a few g_h's since last week. Beeler's send in his first version of the ibook howto for ibooklinux. Cool.
On the more exciting front, John Buswell, the main project manager, is working a totally new version, on a dedcated new server in his house, that will go online in the middle of October (hopefully). Hopefully, it will be easier to figure out then some of the Sourceforge stuff. While I don't know all of the details, and I probably can talk about them.
Around the same time, we will be releasing powermaclinux.net to our series of sites. This site being worked on mainly by maurice, will be geared to PowerMacs. It will be even more specialized then the pervious sites. Hopefully, it will eventually cover all PowerPC machines
Oh, before you ask, it's not my idea to buy so many domains and set up so many silly frontends. That's Buswell's idea. I think he has big plans, and totally unique frontends for each in the future.
He has some other cool sites he is working on, that I'll probably help contrib to, but I can't really talk about them (wait 'til October or Novemember for this). Sorry.
Started getting caught up on secure shell and secure copy today, as it appears I need to learn them. :) I've been using telnet and ftp for two long. However, they don't seem much more complex. I do use PGP from time to time, so, I am not a total newbie to encryption.
Finished up my eagle project today in BSA Troop 89. I am happy to have it done, now just lots paperwork and some merit badges left.
I guess that's about it. Bye.