Monthly Archives: March 2008
I’m going to the Coreboot symposium 2008 in a few days, where I’ll give a talk titled ‘the view from the FSF’. I rarely give presentations so I figured I’d better spend some time to configure my laptop (a Dell … Continue reading
The SVN FAQ has an entry with the title why aren’t my repository hooks working?. It describes some debugging tips for svn hooks. Unfortunately it does not mention a few very important SVN ‘features’: 1. stdout of all repository hooks … Continue reading
Io, one of my mailservers, is a Xen instance. It’s moderately busy – a normal day sees about 12000 accepted messages and about 24000 rejected delivery attempts (spam). It’s an Exim/clamav/dspam setup, and a significant proportion of the 12000 accepted … Continue reading
The New York Times is reporting that several major book publishers are starting to do away with DRM on their audio books. Wonderful news, indeed.