Recent blog entries for kesor

Signed up for advogato today.

Now I will be able to tell the world about the projects that it seems that I can start rather quickly, but progress more slowly with. And get certified, all in the same time.
  1. bulletin - a small program for gnome. using several methods to show little bulletins of news from the web. methods include RDF, regexp, perl scripts and other things. Like for example in nautilus and evolution - just without loading a huge program just to keep up with the news.

  2. grif - design for a p2p network. pretty detailed design, takes care of several problems that exist with p2p networks today. not much other than that.

  3. baisqli - an attempt to learn tcl and mySQL by creating the 'baisqli artificial intelligence sql interface', which is an eggdrop bot that will remember conversations and reuse previously observed phrases to answer anyone who talks to him.

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