10 Oct 2000 kimusan   » (Journeyer)

Havent't been around for a while because I havent really had any sparetime for Linux projects.
Last Friday I was out eating traditionally Danish Food with Alan cox (in Copenhagen,Denmark) and saturday I was i Lund, Sweden to se him Entertain 300-400 geeks with his story about the 2.4 kernel. Damn that man is funny (if you read this Alan then Thanx for a fun evening in Copenhagen), and it amacing how many different hardware parts he know to the fingertips.

Im still playing around with SML, and my problem at the moment is advanced mathmatical Higher-order functions (sounds cool right!). I have also started translating the Nautilus scripts from perl into C, so it can use GVFS i later versions. Haven't gotten the libxml to work correct yet though - but im getting there. Im also working on a small gnome applet that collects the different geek strips from the net (userfriendly, Dilbert etc.), Catagorise them and always shows the newest when the button is pushed. More about this one will follow.

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