I've recently created a new blog at huntharo.com. Figured I'd put a link here. Topics I'm covering are Qt 4.x development, software architecture and coding tips, and projects I'm working on such as Morse Code Beeper 2009.
Yesterday I released a buildable development framework for Cygwin/X that will allow us to finally make a Win9X compatible X Server; it has been thirteen weeks since I discovered the Cygwin/X project.
Any interested Windows GDI, DirectDraw, or X programmers can read the easy to follow installation instructions in the Cygwin/X User's Guide . The development framework announcement contains very much information that potential contributers will find useful.
Hmm... done talking about software... nothing else to talk about :)
7 Sep 2000: I have never contributed to a free software project before
8 Sep 2000: Bitched about how Cygwin/X was too hard to install.
10 Sep 2000: Posted Cygwin/X Installation How-To draft (Word document, ick).
11 Sep 2000: Submitted patch for Cygwin Setup bug that showed up when saving to some versions of Samba shares. (Some versions return ERROR_PATH_NOT_FOUND when a directory doesn't exist; Windows returns ERROR_FILE_NOT_FOUND)
12 Sep 2000: Spent day trying to get DocBook/SGML installed.
13 Sep 2000: Translated Cygwin/X Installation How-To draft into DocBook/SGML.
Heh, it seems that contribution to the community is one of those things that just happens to you without being planned, like a wife and kids. :)
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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