Quick read for layer 2 sniffing for those who've never approached the topic
Life sucks. Not always. Today it does
So, chasing the latest trendiness on the web. I moved my homepage to a CSS one. I'm still not sure about a couple of quirks with CSS, but I think most of it should be ok now.
Now the next dickhead that comes to me and claims that software patents are an incentive to innovation will be shot down with no mercy. No mercy.
Here there are specs to get HW crypto and RNG out of the via processor. Rocks.
Nice and relaxing. Hacked progress support into libiriver. Fixed most annoying bugs in giriver. Upgraded all my home machines to a fixed do_brk() kernel. Reading good books. And tonight it's theater time. woohoo
released new libiriver. I plan just one more release before I'm able to use for the little pygtk app i'm working on. It mostly looks okay now. It surely lacks some consistency in the API. I might change it before releasing the next. we'll see.
Still totally behind on all the other projects though
piffio cut his goatee...
Silky 0.4.0 is released. Enjoy
Released libiriver 0.0.5
This release just adds a couple of cleanups, and initial python bindings. Driving your iriver has never been easier:
import iriver, sys try: i = iriver.Iriver() except iriver.error, e: print e sys.exit(1) i.ls("/") print "Capacity %s" % (i.capacity)
Now I'm on the verge of rewriting giriver with pygtk and make a dedicated UI for it, instead of relying just on gnome-vfs. An initial screenshot is here