Now 4 ppl on #debian.de (IRCNet) asking the same question
within 1 or 2 hours finally was the last straw. I took
action and startet the FAQ collection immediatly. First time
I used sgml.
I also started a rebuild of my homepage using wml (my first
time using wml too). I'll probably be able to finish it
within a week or so.
Crist van Pelt released a new upstream version of deborphan
which I've yet to package. Because some fellow developers on
#debian asked /NOT/ to upload a package soon it's not really
of a high priority. Rationale for not uploading is that a
Package needs to be at least 14 days in unstable to get into
testing. The current deborphan already is 4 or 5 days old
so I'll have to wait about 10 days. Should be plenty of time
to do an untar, cvs import, dch, and cvs-buildpackage. Not
to forget the dupload.
Somehow I absolutely don't feel like coding currently
although I have a few interesting ideas wrt anonymous
remailers. I already collect remailer stats from several
pingers (which remindes me to check out that perl script -
it produces hanging processes every now and than). It would
be great to analyze and visualize the numbers somehow. Like
what's a remailer's mean latency and uptime, how does it
evolve over the time and such things.
Shorty promised to do some work on keylookup a few weeks
back. Nothing happened so far. Looks like I'll finish the
project alone. Only two or three things are still in the
TODO file. For those who don't know, keylookup is a small
script that allows you to query a given keyserver for a
searchstring, shows you the list of matches and then offers
to import each of the keys into your gnupg keyring. Should
be quite easy to support pgp too but I don't care.
Had a short email conversation with Martin Michlmayr and
Joy about that wnpp should really be a
mailling list. We agreed and I filed a bug against
lists.debian.org. Hope we get it soon.
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