I got myself a promotion, I'm now officially a Software Engineer, and hopefully doing more code than anything else. I'm gonna fix myself some bugs.
My dad is quite the philatelist, and I managed to find some SF-mounts on a UK website. Don't worry, I only know what SF-mounts are because my Dad showed them to me ;)
GmDNS release soon. It passes all the robustness tests. I'm working out some uses, and I'll probably do the release as soon as I've been able to test the thing in "Real Life".
After my Mum told me that even she had one, I got myself a cheap digital camera (cheap by digital cameras' standards...), a Fuji A210. Works out of the box on Fedora, it's light, the pictures are good, only thing is that the cradle is expensive (cradle + batteries + 128 xD card + a camera bag= ~ £120, that's the price of the camera itself, damn them accessories).
My housemate spent the whole day on Orkut, which sums up the reason why I'm (still) refusing invitations.
Watched Final Destination 2.
Update: not so grim, and not so gross, gmdns passes 2 of 5 robustness tests, after a bit of hacking. The rest might pass, it's just not tested :)
As RossBurton is mentioning that Michael Moore's latest film has been banned from release but showing in Cannes, I was finishing off laying out my plans for this great film festival. So I'll be going there with Danielle to live it up, gatecrash a few parties, and see a whol'lotta films. It's going to kick arse.
Played a good bunch with gmdns. I committed a bunch of patches to the current CVS. Still trying to get a(nother) Linux-based mDNS implementation running, jmdns didn't run fuck all (that's Java for you), and mono barfing out trying to compile mDnsResponder.net. At least our good ol' C version works ;)
Committed my Musicbrainz patch to xine-lib. Now, I just need to hack the use of Musicbrainz in Totem. That will fix the hangs/long delays when playing back a CD for the first time, and allow us to use the same database as Sound-juicer for titles and all. Hopefully RossBurton will accept my patches to save/modify the database on-disk, rather than always relying on the network.
Didn't know I was on Fedora People. I'm a Fedora contributor now? I didn't know about that either ;)
Watched Eternal Sunshine, and had dinner at Wagamama's (for the first time since we went last year in Dublin). Plenty of memories ;)
Following hub's lead, I got tmdns up and running. After a lot of teeth-grinding, it happens so that the mdk-provided patch I blindly applied broke the local resolves. That'll teach me. So getting from my Linux desktop machine to my laptop and vice-versa via .local names works fine.
Getting service discovery working is another pickle. I could discover services I created myself, see outside services, but Safari just refused to connect to the services I created.
I managed to create an HTTP service and my local machine shows up nicely in Safari, and I can load the page (the half-way there syndrom). Bags'o'tricks. Need to get yakk to review my small patch. Hopefully that'll get him going again.
New HTML Parser: The long-awaited libxml2 based HTML parser code is live. It needs further work but already handles most markup better than the original parser.
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