File sharing is not piracy

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I just hate it when terms get thrown around incorrectly. One of the two words that really annoy me when they are said incorrectly is piracy. Piracy is when you are on the sea, and steal things from other ships. Spread the word: Download the SVG file. Filesharing.svg

Anger Management for Rude People

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[When you occasionally have a really bad day, and you just need to take it out on someone, don’t take it out on someone you know – take it out on someone you don’t know…] I was sitting at my desk when I remembered a phone call I had forgotten to make. I found the… Read more »

OpenForge’s site is open for public inspection

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OpenForge is an API (Application Programming Interface) that allows different development forges to communicate each others. All the work is focused on interoperability. (From OpenForge is a new data exchange format that is slowly being introduced into ShareSource. It’s not really production-ready just yet, but it will be there by the end of this… Read more »

Adobe for Linux

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I am disappointed,as a user of both Linux *and* After Effects that After Effects refuses to run on Linux. Let’s face it; After Effects, and other applications in the Creative Suite are the most requested applications to be supported by Adobe on Linux. With a growing market share, and many companies putting in quite a… Read more »

AegeanLinux, Looking back…

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Today I was setting up a PmWiki install for a website (more about this in the coming days), and it reminded me about AegeanLinux’s old site. Anyways, I don’t think I have any backups of that site any more, but I did go to (one of the Internet’s best websites), and look to see… Read more »

Usefull DNS advice

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<Deepa> Hosting DNS content on a dynamic IP is like trying to have a baby with a dog. Even IF you succeed it’ll still be a freak (Deepa on #opennic,

Galium 0.29 hotfix

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What’s fixed in this hotifx? Domain Cron is less verbose Started removing hard coded values inside the domain cron. Fixed a bug in the domain cron; where a domain would not be marked as being updated when it had beed Included the missing ‘switch’ function… woops! Galium 0.29 hotfix