A collection of 24 posts
Vale SORBS, we'll hardly miss ye...
SORBS is on death’s door. [http://it.slashdot.org/story/09/06/24/0013215/The-Imminent-Demise-of-SORBS] I can’t say I’m unhappy to see this or i’ll miss it when it’s gone. An arbitrary definition of “spam” is not so good; providing almost no information to administrators
I'm IPv6 ready - are you?
Firstly for those wondering about Courier-IMAP / authlib / maildrop+authlib packages for Leonidas: I’ve built them successfully – only a minor adjustment needed after all that – and it’s available in the usual place. Enjoy, and let me know if there’s any bugs / issues. (For a change I managed to
Just doing some rearrangements.
Don’t mind the disruption. I’ve just moved the blog to it’s own independent URL, just to keep things clean. Visitors and feed readers will be redirected automatically (a few lines of mod_rewrite here and there) I’ll restore the Gallery2 integration once I work out WTF
Tim Berners-Lee says the Internet is full of lies [http://www.news.com.au/technology/story/0,25642,24363626-5014239,00.html] He’s quite right in saying there’s a hell of a lot of unsubstantiated and downright erroneous rubbish out there – look around FreeRepublic or StormFront or RaptureReady or
Enlightened kids and new toys and spring cleaning..
Posted to the U-Zendo mailing list: [https://i0.wp.com/www.thatfleminggent.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2008/04/ch080428.gif] …even comic characters understand the concept of impermanence ? Me: I’ve been doing some server infrastructure and web R&D lately; I am a fairly recent convert to the benefits
A word on DNS blacklists.
There seems to be some disagreement regarding use of DNS blacklists (“DNSBLs”) among some members of the Internet community (pro-DNSBL [http://blogs.gnome.org/view/ovitters/2007/04/10/0] here and slightly con here [http://tieguy.org/blog/2007/04/09/note-to-anyone-who-runs-their-own-mail-server/] for example) This is fine, they’re
Pre-Christmas message :-)
A few things: Life: * Spending Christmas with the family this year. As is tradition, I’ll be sleeping on the couch/floor/other non-bed flat surface. * Dad is not well, unfortunately. We’ll find out more next week from the specialist. * Organized a fortnight off work starting new year. I’