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Name: Gagan Saksena
Member since: 2000-04-17 10:40:24
Last Login: 2010-11-02 04:23:47

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I am a developer at mozilla essentially handling the networking shtuff... I designed and worked on the pluggable protocols architecture for mozilla and have mainly been working on the HTTP handler.

There are other little things here and there that I have contributed to, and am continuing to, and I could tell you but I would have to kill -9 u ..... ah wait, thats a bad ripoff...


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Been a while since I updated advogato. Oh well, been busy :-) If you use a wireless card on a linux laptop then you'd like a script I wrote recently. Get it from It tracks the signal strength as reported by iwconfig and on reaching a threshold can trigger a reacquire which for most cards automatically picks the strongest signal base.

24 Sep 2000 (updated 25 Sep 2000 at 02:03 UTC) »

Posted my first ever article! Whoohoo... I feel great. Read it here-- Practical uses of CueCat Based on this article I also added a page on my website for cool weekend projects :)


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