I'm writing this entry using Netscape 6 PR1; it actually works-ish (ie. I've been using it for the last hour or so intermittently, opening/closing new windows, and it or X haven't crashed yet). woohoo! The Sullivan skin is a beaut too, I'll use it once the right-mouse button works. And Moz/NS6 still needs some work with the ugly ugly fonts in Linux... and cutting and pasting... and.. and..
Spent today dealing with Webnote support issues. ah well... at least they were nothing serious.
Anyone know of a good, stable, working HTML4/CSS1/CSS2 browser for Linux? One that isn't gigantic in disk/mem requirements? Open sores license if possible of course.
Overdue thumbs up message: the HelixCode GNOME distribution rocks. Good work on that one. After reading the MDI interview on slashdot I'm really considering pitching in on the Nautilus/Evolution projects where possible; I'm rediscovering the joys of GUIs to a certain extent. However the old tendonitis problem is flaring up a little so I think it'll have to be a read-only relationship for a while.
Advogato comment: where did this Dimwit rating thing come from? I'm more of the opinion that there's another category required between Journeyman and Apprentice meself.
Hmm... the perils of following links from weblogs. Y'day, on a visit to Hack The Planet I followed a link to a mail to the e-lang list about a possible new open source config mgmt system (ie. something better than CVS -- fingers crossed). So I pitched in with a mail hyping Perforce, a great CMS we use here, and topped it off with some anti-Java ranting -- I spent quite a lot of time writing big things in Java in a previous job, including a quite hefty test support framework, and my experience was that it just wasn't up to it, IMHO.
Turns out the E system (ERights at least) seems to be quite hooked in to Java, so I may not have been talking to the right audience there ;)
Ah well... however, got a positive reply from the poster, so all's well.
I wonder if Bonobo will let me use Vim as an embedded textbox editor?