29 Apr 2004 baruch   » (Journeyer)

New project

I've been hacking in the last few days on a new project called AutoFW, a script to automatically configure the firewall for the home broadband user who wants to be firewalled and still access BitTorrent to serve the Debian ISO images (They really want to serve Debian ISOs, movies and mp3s just don't interest them!).

So far I've published it on FreshMeat and WhatsUp.co.il (a local Israel Linux board), and there were over 250 visits to the site and 100 downloads. The thing I forgot was to provide an easy to find contact point to send me praises, curses and anything in between.


It's getting closer, my SO started counting weeks.


My SO put me on a diet, luckily to me we had Independence Day and it's mandatory to eat a barbeque during that day, so I got to eat plenty of dead cows.

We also entertained (or made him suffer :-) a professor from the institute I'm going to do my MSc at, and we got to eat well, but it was seafood and it should have far less fat than in dead, grilled cows.

Life, Universe and Everything

It's good out there, the problem is that I'm in here.

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