Wow, long time no write.
What can I tell you. Well, life has settled down again, and I'm actually coding again! The change in my job means that I have a bit more time to myself and so some of the things on my ToDo list have been getting some attention.
I've added a wireless 802.11 network at home. To help with this I've also added a dedicated 24/7 server for DHCP and DNS. Whilst in SF for the ApacheCon Ben and I actually wen tot one of the BAWUG meetings which was interesting and I'm following the efforts of Consume here in London.
The web server I run has also had a big upgared and is now running using Postfix/Cyrus Imapd instead of Sendmail and UW. The conversion wasn't that straightforward and stole a bit of my time last week :(
Work on writing a new libtool for BeOS continues with Jeff Trawicks OS/390 code acting as the base. It's interesting and shows just how complex the whole thing really has become. How did we ever manage to get ourselves into such a situation? Surely with the benefit of hindsight we can all agree there *should* have been an easier way of building software on multiple platforms... The good news is that as the libtool is written in C it's much faster than the shell version we've been using.
Apache 2 still wanders along towards a release. There has been some discussion about the direction the project is going in but genrally it's moving where I think it should. ApacheCon was good and it was nice to see everyone again. The next one is in Dublin so time to get my leave arranged again :)
well, the grass won't cut itself in the morning, so time for me to get some sleep... :)