Stuff we've discussed on IRC.
Posted by David at 2005-07-12 21:47
Now with David's new Blog
... which has errors in the RSS feed for now
And with David's new Hacketgotchie!
... which David isn't happy with and plans to redo over the next few days
So next we need to persuade Matt to grow a beard, or what? ;)
Perhaps we should give the Us-Lot logo a beard first
And my RSS feed validates! (woo)
Posted by David at 2005-07-12 14:37
lists projects developed by the BBC where the source code has been released as open source
Posted by David at 2005-07-12 13:24
This one is running a close second.
Posted by David at 2005-07-12 10:07
... and they are working on a Class::DBI clone using SQLite serialized to a cookie
I can't help but wonder if it'd be possible to construct a "C*AN" site that'd do the same job for multiple languages.
I seem to recall that someone did that ... "just for Java for the time being"
Posted by azz at 2005-07-12 09:04
"You will write C/C++ programs on the undergraduate machines, compile them, and download them to run stand-alone on computers that control an electric train."
Hrmph, I wish we had courses like that.
(Well, OK, I was doing this when I was 14 or so, but still...)
Wow. That's a lot more fun then some of the projects I had to deal with. Including the delightful "Write an HTML parser and renderer in Visual BASIC".
Posted by David at 2005-07-12 08:56
A new beta version is out and ready for testing
And while we're on the subject - I've proposed a lightning talk for YAPC
Umm, that's a lightning talk about the validator of course.