10 Sep 2001
(updated 11 Sep 2001 at 00:04 UTC) »
Busy busy busy... does time ever slow down? It seems to
only progress faster the
older you get.
I've been busily rewriting the rhn_reports code to work
via the web. It will
parser and report information about the RHN Server and
Proxy once complete.
I have been putting this off for some time. It needs to be
I've been trying to pace myself as that should improve
efficiency. I have not
been overly efficient with my time lately.
I have finally found a new unit and have a tank of my own
now (M1A1 main
battle tank). I don't know the crew overly well yet, but
from what I have
seen, they are quite competitent, especially my gunner,
SGT Pedneau. I have
This month we have completed TCGST (Tank Crew Gunnery
Skills Test) and are
moving onto Tank Table IV next month (ie. practicing
firing the tank at a
I enjoy the guard to a certain extent but it takes time
that I just don't
have. We'll see if I reenlist November 2002.
It's actually usable! I am using it as my screensaver. I
nuked a HUGE
memory leak recently cause by my own carelessness when
track down bugs (ie. I was hacking all over the place
looking for a math
error that didn't exist). Anyway, it works and is pretty
nifty. More to
come, but I need to work on some big chunks before I
submit it to JWZ
and the xscreensaver project. Who knows, maybe I never
I really need to post the code somewhere.
I missed my Grandmother's birthday. I will surely burn in
Hell for that
one... or be reincarnated as a worm or some such if that
is your leanings.
Monica's B-Day is coming up (23rd of Sept). I am almost in
over this one. I am not ready.
We adopted a stay cat recently. It isn't allowed inside,
but we have been
leaving food and water out for it and something to sleep
on. It seems to
be warming up to us. We should probably take it to the vet
get it checked out, spayed/neutered, etc. It is the "right
thing to do."
K12 LTSP: Kerry Kim walked
to me the
other day and
offered to me the responsibility of presenting educational
at a conference and to the governor of NC. Only a month to
prepare on my
own time. Ack! Well, I have had harder projects to prep
for. :) Interest
is really picking up on this project, esp. since Mathew
K12 LTSP in his keynote at
We in the Unix(tm)/Linux(tm) world recently hit the epoch
milestone, the new Billenium! Ie. 1 BILLION seconds since
the epoch (circa 1970). As was mentioned on one of the news
sites: "As of right now (01:46:40 UTC, September 9), Unix
is 1 billion seconds old". And there was much rejoicing...