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Monthly Archives: October 2010
Having received advice and reflected upon it, I moved on to the most urgent priority: social engineering. In this case, a Skype call to my teammate, to talk about matters of principle and at least one specific: the GPL. At … Continue reading
As if to add to my sense of purpose, it happened that my department’s newest prof, Gary Marsden, gave his inaugural lecture last night with a strong emphasis on the human aspect of computing, and the fact that 80% of … Continue reading
The Fedora ambassadors have given me food for thought: my humble dissertation project (facilitation of a GSM interface for the ces.org.za website), which hardly involves any coding (but lots of documentation, as well as a field test), could still become … Continue reading
Today we looked at and played with version control systems. For this we had to use Linux command-lines; since there’s still no 32-bit Fedora LiveCD available, I remained in Ubuntu (my BIOS can’t see bootable flashdrives). However, the difference between … Continue reading