You know, I really should check out stroke mode under Emacs for sheer
Marco Changho informs me of my schedule as a new faculty member.
Ok, Sacha. We'll have you aboard in the summer. You will teach CS 21a and the schedule is as I previously noted in my email Daily 9:00-10:30.
Which means I have to start preparing… fast!
I was tracking down a Redhat Japanese language support problem for
someone on #linuxhelp. Sampizcat wanted to turn off the kana-kanji
conversion, but it wasn’t straightforward, so he or she is doing a
reinstall. Wish I could have helped more.
Aadisht Khanna is working on text summarization for a school
project. Interesting area. You can drop him a line at
[email protected] if you know anything that might be useful. =)
She’s developing quite an appetite, although she still persists in
attempting to swim through her food. She’s grooming herself now!
My blogger code, from http://www.leatheregg.com/cgi-local/bloggercode.cgi:
B5 d- t++ k- s+ u— f+ i++ o+ x- e l c—
yvonne on freenode#emacs reports a problem using emacs-wiki.el and
httpd.el; I thought I had reproduced it earlier, but it
disappeared. No idea what’s wrong with yvonne’s setup since mine
works, and have been trying to figure out what’s wrong. No clue.
http://www.tldp.org/authors/unmaint.html is the list of unmaintained HOWTOs. Gain some free software karma by helping out! =)
John Wiegley, the author of planner.el, remember.el and emacs-wiki.el (the only reasons why I can maintain this kind of website with very little effort) has moved from http://www.gci-net.com/users/j/johnw/WelcomePage.html to http://www.emacswiki.org/johnw/ .
Could a Palm user please check out
http://www.alphaworks.ibm.com/tech/atomik and see if it’s any good? If
so, I’d love an image or text file of the keyboard layout so that I
can try it out on the iPAQ. =)