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April 2015

 

Sunday, 11 April 2015

On Friday, I realized that a presentation I had given at the 2011 Northwest Linuxfest was never posted anywhere on the web. I updated and edited the presentation, and you can now find it at Rapid Application Development in Linux Using Lazarus.

Friday, 10 April 2015

Now that I have finished and released HMSCalc-RPN, I am working on gdvdslides documentation so I can also release it. I have completely revamped the tutorial that comes with the program's help. Since gdvdslides help is in the form of web pages, I will also include those web pages as part of the gdvdslides web page on this site.

All the help pages now contain updated, labeled images. All the new program options for the latest version of the program are also documented and some are utilized in the tutorial.


Silly sign of the day:


Free/Open Source Software


Security Theater/"Intellectual Property"

Monday, 3 April 2015

I have finally gotten my hours/minutes/seconds calculator packaged as a Debian package. I have created a home page for it here.

The problems with packaging for Debian are

I have overcome this, but not without a lot of work.


After reading a comment at the Teardrop Trailer Forum, I discovered I had not created an EPUB version of their cookbook. I did that this morning and uploaded it. There is a link to it at your left.


We haven't had anything except rain in the last month or two, but I woke up this morning to this:

We ended up with 3 or 4" of snow, which proceeded to melt from about 9:30 am on.


Silly sign of the day:


Free/Open Source Software


Security Theater/"Intellectual Property"

Friday, 3 April 2015

I spent most of the day yesterday up in Priest River, ID with one of my classic car buddies. We drove the 45 miles back with this car. Pete drove this one while I followed in my Concord.


It's a 1949 Plymouth Deluxe. Three years later, they renamed this model 'Concord'. So I now have two of them. The '49 is in pretty good shape, with bias-ply tires and all the parts there. The engine runs great and the transmission is fine. All the doors are tight and the interior is in very good condition. It needs some minor stuff like a paint job, brake lights hook-up and clutch adjustment. I'm going to clean it up and drive it while I work on the minor stuff. I suspect it gets lots better MPG than the Concord.


Silly sign of the day:


Free/Open Source Software


Security Theater/"Intellectual Property"