Hacking Society Meeting Page
User: Anthony Earl
Date: 2004-10-12 22:43:44.297271
Body: Identified useful data from laptop in preparation for new OS installation.
Date: 2004-10-12 23:01:16.414392
Body: Finally setup ssh config for convenient tunnelling, hacked on a kernel driver, surfed.
Date: 2004-10-12 22:31:39.049077
Body: I worked on a Mapquest query system that takes a set of coordinates (address, x and y offsets, and zoom) and loads the page (or series of pages) needed to get the map, then crops the image and compresses is into a JPEG for transmission to a mobile device. Eventually, a Java application for the Danger Hiptop will be able to view these maps using a native interface, avoiding the overhead of downloading a large image (that doesn't fit on the screen anyway) or a weighty HTML page.
I also imported some data into a database for Ken Salazar's political campaign.
Date: 2004-10-12 23:21:32.221458
Body: graded some pages of the midterm. looked at humorous pictures. ate cookies.
Date: 2004-10-12 23:02:09.215929
Body: moving systemimager/x86 to a 2.6 kernel; setting up backups of our colo box to john's box; shopping for hard drives; freezing my wet ass off
User: Eric Schwartz
Date: 2004-10-12 23:22:06.031739
- Installed Alzabo on my shared server, played with it a bit.
- Discussed a new SF book group/convention in Fort Collins (email me for more info)
- learned how to setup multiple identities for a single account in Thunderbird.
Date: 2004-10-12 23:15:21.442000
Body: Migrating more of the services from the old community server to the new server. Have most of them moved over. Found that plif.com is down, sucks to be a plif fan. I should have taken a snapshot while I could, because I can't find them now, google image cache is worthless, archive.com doesn't seem to have them, and google image search can't find them except for one other place, that only has a few of the early ones. Cleaned up a bunch of IPs that were moved off the community server.
Date: 2004-10-12 23:30:27.338726
Body: Adjusted some Nagios settings. Worked on some problems in "Learning Python". Looked at some of Tim's stumble-upon pages. Talked with Skiff about Science Fiction books after his book club announcement.
User: Tim Chambers
Date: 2004-10-12 22:30:14.606823
- Freed up space on my hard drive.
- Unpacked a patched 2.6.6 kernel source tree. (Gave up on 2.6.7 -- trying a known good configuration from a colleague.)
- More stumbling.
Date: 2004-10-12 22:01:14.023634
Body: Set up NFS-server and client at home in order to share mp3's and happiness to all. Allowed dannf to backup colo.lackof.org to my home machine, then watched him do it.