Real Life news.
I got the grade back from my last calculus test; I made 88%. It would have been much better if it weren't for stupid mistakes. Oh well, I still have a 94 average in the class.
In order to make an A in the class, I need 75% or better on the final. But the good news is, I can't fail this class. If I don't even go to the final, I still end up with a C.
My dad's painting the inside of the house, and the primer/sealer he's using smells strongly of ammonia. I've been spending a lot of time out of the house, and less time working on programs. At least I can study calculus outside.
U.S. Election news.
Supreme Court stops recounts; public yawns.
I'm still not able to login as a developer at SourceForge. Bleh.
Actually, I got an email response from SourceForge. It's a form letter, explaining their situation. While I can certainly understand that updates would be "intermittent", it's been more than three days, with no change in my status. I'm sure I'm not the only person that's been added to a project recently.
What's stranger still is that my account page has me listed as having an account on shell1, even though my logins are rejected.
Still trying to figure out exactly what changes have to be made to the text passed to the Advogato module by ithought, when the user chooses "Convert to HTML". Currently, all it does is replace two consecutive newlines with <p>.
I would try to allow posting the entry title, but ithought doesn't pass the title to modules. I'll get with voltron on that one.
Other than that, no real news.