Monthly Archives: November 2009

Oli Lemieux trampoline

Google Reader recommended this post on Gizmodo – it is the most incredible video of trampoline work I have ever seen

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dpatch – using patch files in Debian packaging

I do a fair bit  of packaging of Debian and Ubuntu packages at work, often having to make tweaks to upstream packages. I used to just hack the upstream source directly, but have now discovered dpatch. dpatch is a clever … Continue reading

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Cross-platform realtime collaborative editing

I recently stumbled across Gobby: Gobby is a free collaborative editor supporting multiple documents in one session and a multi-user chat. It runs on Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, Linux and other Unix-like platforms. It looks really cool, and the … Continue reading

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Garmin Etrex-H on Ubuntu

Last month my wife got me a Garmin Etrex-H walking GPS for my birthday. On friday my usb data cable from Kawa Mall (bought via ebay) arrived. Getting data from the gps was trivial with gpsbabel (thought you might find … Continue reading

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New gpg/pgp key

I suspect only a few readers here will care, but I have a new gpg/pgp key

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