The Business of Open Source Software conference (BOSS) proceeds apace. I just added a lot of relevant information to the project page.
The team members organizing The Business of Open Source Software symposium may now affiliate themselves with the project BOSS.
Stay tuned for more.
It's Official-- dyork is becoming a Canadian. He may already be one. Curling! Holy Jazes, Dan! I've been a Canadian all my life, and I have yet to even step into a curling rink. This is like The Body Snatchers or something. What's next? ``zed''? Decent beer? Road hockey? Responsible Government?
Welcome, Dan. We're a little odd, but we make our own fun ;)
Today, dyork wrote:
It is a day of great sadness.and nothing else. What's happening, Dan?
Over at OPAG (the Ottawa Python Authors Group), we're mulling over the idea of developing a console-based PIM (personal information manager). I'm wondering if there's a demand for such a program. If you're reading this, let me know.
On a mildy-related note, if someone could drop me a line to explain how to use the wiki tag, get in touch. zeevon, are you reading this? ;-)
Finally, is it only I, or are other people seeing advogato refuse to respond increasingly often? Heading to the site, following internal links and reloading pages here often seem to result in... well, nothing. It no talk. I put it down initially to other things, but I begin to think it's the advogato site.
zeevon asks whether petroligarchy is my own neologism. The answer is yes. Yes yes yes. Please use it often -- it's one of my favorites, too, and it seems to fill a need.
Use These Words In Full
New HTML Parser: The long-awaited libxml2 based HTML parser code is live. It needs further work but already handles most markup better than the original parser.
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If you're a C programmer with some spare time, take a look at the mod_virgule project page and help us with one of the tasks on the ToDo list!