Encryption support request in Adium X. I have just posted the following bit to Adium X support forum: There seems to have been a lot of discussion on this in the past threads, yet it would seem that for the sake of providing something “superior” nothing is available so far. While I would agree that […]
Monthly Archives: May 2004
I’ve just decided to give Adium X a try — had no idea about it, till I saw it in Darwin Ports listing in aqua category. It feels very solid — I’d say more so than Fire, albeit it is obviously very subjective statement. There sure seems to have been more thought put into the […]
DME: (linux & !debian = bad news), Sun, Solaris
(linux & !debian = bad news), Sun, Solaris is a very nice take at Windows/Linux?Solaris and how Sun should play that game. I wholeheartedly agree with his point about RH and derivatives RPM hell — I remember trying (or facing? or suffering?) it once in the past — that was one of the reason I […]
Popular Science | Is This What War Will Come To?
Ther e is an article at PopSci’s site Is This What War Will Come To?, and a related thread on Slashdot. One thing that bothered me while I was reading this article is that while (theoretically) trying to make me (or an abstract reader) feel more secure (sure, with weapons like these, who’d ever consider […]
Darwinports have passed 1500 ports mark! I only wish port command could get a bit more sophisticated — more like FreeBSD‘s portupgrade(1)…