F*ck, no more coffee this morning ! Not a good way to start a journey...
Any news about GNUstep Legal discussion
on EOF implemenation ?
Yes, the discussion continue...
Generate some docs for customer project with AutoDoc+gsdoc like GNUstepWeb Tech Docs
Answering to customers (Vanessa can't send/receive
Probably their $@#$$$ M$ exchange server
Made some domain transfer from NetSol to Gandi.
Gandi make good jobs, not like NetSol !
Lunch Time !!!
What to do after lunch time ? Mail (snail one), of course
Certified some Advogato people (this site is not good for productivity: there's always some diary to read !)
Back to work ! Modified project specifications for a customer
A rival (we've made an offer to the same customer for
same project :-) company named Sedona phone us and ask for
phpMyAdmin for the project (too bad, we've lost the
devlopment part of this project).
I'm not a bad guy, so I install phpMyAdmin and configured it.
Nice tool: you can work on your mysql database with a web interface.
Finally (after more than 20 days) received a near
complete response from Fluxus about dedicaced
Too expens^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H No Comment !
Now what's on the TODO list ? Argh, yet another estimate to do for a customer web project...
Come back after dinner. Next mission: setup a cvs
repository for gnustep-db v2. I've already done that 3 times
but can't remember.
$ grep cvs ~/.netscape/bookmarks.html | less
Well, here is a Doc
Magic command is: <code>$cvs -d /Path/To/CVS/Root init</code>
Final task: read & comment jocelyn's table description for yet another customer project
Arghh, still another thing to do explain to Fluxus whas is a postgres authentification module for apache.
Time to stop working and read a good book while waiting for Catherine