Finally! I hit upon the magic combination of twig and cyrus-admin, and now the mail system works on the IntranetServer.
brilliant idea: instead of parsing wiki pages to generate the RSS
feed, why don’t I just add a function to allow remember.el to save to
rss feeds? That seems like a much better way to do it, because I can
get more accurate timestamp information. Harder to edit and I’ll need
to remember to absolutize links, but it seems like a pretty decent
Finished talking to Jerome around an hour ago. I think we cleared up
one of the misunderstandings we were having and are back to being
friends. I shouldn’t have to worry about inappropriate TLA-ness for
Kevin Koyner (firstname.lastname@example.org) writes:
I’ve been using Eryxma.com recently and have been happy with them. The
thing I like the best is the plan that I have — it’s called “Private
Webhosting” — and while it is on a shared server, I get my own,
virtually complete OS. So it’s more like having your own machine. Cost
— various plans, but even the low end at $52/year gets you 100 MB of
Richi Plana sends in a link to a Salon article on Dani Bunten, game designer and
cool geekette. http://www.salon.com/tech/feature/2003/03/18/bunten/index.html?x
Incidentally, Eric S. Raymond’s site is now at http://www.catb.org/~esr/ – noted here because I keep forgetting where it is.
Maybe this is something that can be handled by (gasp) Outlook or some iCal thing?
http://nexist.sourceforge.net/groupware.html has a good list of available software.
I’ve looked at phpgroupware, and I suspect that I’ll have to do a fair bit of hackery in order to get what I want. Chances are that I’ll end up writing a custom app instead. Let me quickly read the phpgroupware docs; maybe I can use those…
filetype:foo, inurl:foo, “Parent Directory” /foo/ ?