Emacs macros (August 5, 2003, 0) - Keyboard macros in Emacs allow me to easily generate the gallery from
the pipe-separated values I exported from Gnumeric. Viva open source!
Viva la revolucion!
Inventory systems (July 12, 2003, 0) - - http://inventory.sourceforge.net/ catalog and track
all of the hardware (computer level, its sub components, perferials,
and software installed (including multiple OS per each computer) on
it, and the licenses associated with each software component.)
- Alist (http://www.brains2bytes.com/alist/)
Alist is a program that collects hardware and
.LRN consortium (October 17, 2004, 0) - [Slightly edited — KJC]
Linux Weekly News
.LRN ('DOT-LEARN') CONSORTIUM FORMED
Several universities (including MIT, Heidelberg University, and the
University of Sydney) have gotten together and announced the formation
of the .LRN Consortium, which is dedicated to the development of open
source educational software. More information is available
Choosing and Using Open Source Software: A primer for nonprofits (April 21, 2004, 0) - Link from Ignatius Hsu on firstname.lastname@example.org:
Here’s a good resource. Choosing and Using Open Source Software: A
primer for nonprofits, published by NOSI (Nonprofit Open Source
E-Mail from Ignatius Hsu
Get-togethers I would like to have (November 27, 2005, 0) -
Geekettes speak. Exclusively for women, all forms of geekiness
accepted. What can we do to encourage extraordinary learning and
success in girls? Also, brainstorming for Charo’s summer camp.
Let’s make that happen.
Education. People with a passion for teaching: let’s talk. What do
we need? How can we make a difference?
Open source development. Who’s working on what? What do we