2013-01-09T20:55:46+00:00 via web To: PublicThis September will mark the 30-year anniversary of the announcement of the #GNU project.
2012-12-19T16:07:45+00:00 via web To: PublicPressBooks is going open source http://ur1.ca/c5omt
2011-12-02T19:19:33+00:00 via web To: PublicHelp write documentation for #MariaDB: bit.ly/v1bQKb
2011-09-04T18:34:47+00:00 via web To: PublicJust installed nightly Fedora build on laptop two days before taking it on a trip. Bad idea, or terrible idea?
2011-09-02T00:16:01+00:00 via web To: PublicVote for me so Cree will give me some free LEDs: http://bit.ly/nbNj8M #iloveled
2011-08-29T17:22:29+00:00 via web To: PublicText shadows have their place. "Everywhere" is not that place.
2011-08-15T15:17:39+00:00 via web To: Mallard, PublicDoes !Mallard work for auto-generated API documentation from introspection data? Turns out, yes.
2011-08-06T15:46:55+00:00 in Berlin, Germany via web To: PublicMy Helpful Help Presentation: http://bit.ly/reBCgj #ds2011
2011-07-24T17:29:36+00:00 via web To: PublicDear #W3C (and others): Please use common prefixes in identifier names in RNG. It makes combining schemas much easier.
2011-07-22T20:40:15+00:00 via web To: PublicFact: I have an unhealthy hatred of gerunds.
2011-07-21T21:38:27+00:00 via web To: PublicHow Standards Proliferate: http://xkcd.com/927/
2011-07-21T13:29:20+00:00 via web To: PublicUnderstanding XInclude: http://bit.ly/offvn7
2011-07-08T02:01:17+00:00 via web To: Mallard, PublicThinking of inviting half a dozen people to sit in a room and work on !Mallard for a week. Call it a quackfest.
2011-07-07T23:28:29+00:00 via web To: PublicMore frustating than non-working code: Code you're sure shouldn't work, but does.
2011-07-07T17:45:57+00:00 via web To: Mallard, PublicDynamic glossaries with !Mallard http://bit.ly/n2vhvN
2011-06-25T03:37:59+00:00 via web To: PublicWish Fedora were a bit faster about upstreaming crasher bugs. Just fixed two I happened to spot.
2011-06-24T18:51:04+00:00 via web To: PublicStrange Yelp crasher only happens on 64-bit. Looks like a pointer is being truncated. Might be over my head.Ah! No #include == default return type is int. Stupid stupid @shaunm.
2011-06-23T15:50:15+00:00 via web To: PublicMisread my recipe and added 8 times the amount of salt to my biscuits. I like salt and all, but no. No no no.
2011-06-22T03:31:01+00:00 via web To: Mallard, Public!Mallard Training: http://bit.ly/mTYbCm
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2011-06-18T03:36:56+00:00 via web To: PublicHey Shaun, remember last year when you said you should wear gloves to cut serannos for salsa? Yeah. #lessonnotlearned #faceburning