Amitai Schleier email@example.com
Enlightened doofus. Software development coach. Legacy code wrestler. Non-award-winning musician. Award-winning bad poet. https://agilein3minut.es podcaster.
- Well this was a satisfying commit: https://github.com/schmonz/qmail/commit/8d12a5c276628c1f80981402c0350b2e2330e32d
- Ophelia, bereft, died "incapable of her own distress." May we be capable of ours. Try Medtner's "Ophelia's Song": https://schmonz.com/2007/02/12/medtner-skazka-in-f-minor-ophelias-song-op-14-no-1/20070209-medtner-s...
- My SMTP proxy now has all the behaviors I want. When they're controlled by a config file, it'll be time to ship. https://gist.github.com/schmonz/6d8da539a5a43e99d5ad5810cde05b22#file-qmail-fixsmtpio-c
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- Progress: C SMTP proxy reliably logs all I/O, dies when client or server dies, does not interfere at all (yet!). https://gist.github.com/schmonz/6d8da539a5a43e99d5ad5810cde05b22#file-qmail-fixsmtpio-c
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- "A near-perfect BSD project: #pkgsrc. I put it up there with OpenSSH and mandoc… significant value to other OSes."
- I don't know how I'd define the threshold, but if too many people take too many of my ideas too seriously, I start wondering what I've done.
- After drawing a picture, I may be close to having a program run itself as the child of some other program and proxy all of its I/O.
_May_.Behold, I hath learned stuff about pipes and select()! This SMTP proxy does what I want. Now to translate to DJB C: https://gist.github.com/schmonz/6d8da539a5a43e99d5ad5810cde05b22
- What I learned from #agile2017, despite not having been there, and a brief happy personal update: https://schmonz.com/talk/20170821-agile-for-humans/ #agileforhumans