Archive for August, 2008

Until circumstances change, this will just be the most horrible geek tease you can imagine. At the office, we have exactly three approved programming languanges: C for performance, Python for everything else, and a begrudging tolerance for ECMA-262 for the WebUI team and site design. (Although the docs deployment people get away with PHP, which […]

A few weeks ago, much was made of John McCain’s astroturf campaign, the one in which he and his website provide boilerplate comments for his supporters to post to other forums and websites. That was annoying enough, but when I checked it out I saw something else that, from a professional standapoint, annoyed me just […]

I don’t usually do Microsoft Windows. Unfortunately, company policy at the office for ${DAY_JOB} requires that I have a copy running somewhere so I can participate in the company calendar because the company, despite having a Unix background isn’t capable of actually running a Unix-based calendaring solution. So I keep a vmware image of Windows […]

01Aug

Added to library: Muse2HTML.py

Posted by Elf Sternberg as programming, python

I was up last night hacking on my toolchain and getting it ready for production, and I realized that part of it could be ripped out and put up as a library. I had searched for this library and found nothing, so I scratched that itch and tossed it together. I use Emacs MUSE mode […]


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