14 Mar 2003 szysz   » (Journeyer)

JFFNMS
    I Finally released version 0.7.0 on Monday and 6 hours later a user found a bug in the code he contributed, but I don't plan to release again (apart from nightly) for a few weeks.
    I'm working on an MIB Parser (based on output from libsmi) to create JFFNMS interface types, allowing the user to select which OID of the tables are relevant and which ones are used for graphing, etc. This should allow more people to create new interface types for their needs.
Work
    The Satellite Carrier Poller works fine, to allow the input from different Satellites I need to manage a switch, which is commanded via Relays, so I got a CIO-PDISO8 to work under linux, it was my first IO Port programming and It was nice :)
    I've check if this little thing could be useful to manage some serial devices we have here, like install a remote linux box in the customer site with connectors to Satellite Modems, Transceivers, etc. and manage them via SNMP.
Life
    We went to see Chicago and I really liked it... The songs were great and it wasn't boring at all. I want to see The Course of the Jade Scorpion (by Woody Alen) but I dont think Analia will stand it.
    Analia didn't go well in her exam :( but I hope she will get it right next time, if she doesn't get despressed too much, Her classes start again in a month or so, and I didn't ask my boss to switch my schedule so I can stay weekends at home with her (we are living together since November when her classes finished).

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