30 May 2005 id   » (Journeyer)


I've started my Thai language blog called "..transid34plethora". Today I added an article on free software and a portrait of RMS

GNU Arch

I guess I am really keen on using GNU products. Beside a GNU Hurd fanboy, is this yet another attemp to be proving myself a GNU zealot? Yes, this is the 30th time I try to deploy tla, and I am considering writing a Cocoa/GNUstep frontend for it. (Well, what actually attracted me was the file-id thingy.)


I revisited the idea with a friend (since we were in accounting school) 2 days ago. I was showing him what quantrix can do and I was thinking, it would be great if we can have an underneath framework that implement the quantrix's idea which serves our double entry accounting application. May be I should take a look at Flexisheet, but I have a feeling like rewriting it from scratch is a better approach, in case that flexisheet isn't maintained. Looking in their CVS makes me that impression.

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