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Zucchi reimplements the IMAP backend in Evolution: I
don't want to get too far ahead of myself, but it could
potentially solve all the existing IMAP performance issues,
well, about as well as they can ever be solved..
Hill on MonoLive: the new mono-live
project on Novell Forge. Beyond being a source repository, the
Forge has bug and feature trackers, so I hope you'll use those
tools to submit your suggestions / publicly lodge all of your
Dumbill authored a podcasting client: Unfortunately,
none of the obvious Linux podcast software really fitted my
needs. Either too lo-fi (bashpodder) or just completely scary
(iPodder). So I started to write my own. Monopod is a simple
was released last week. Glynn has a few good introductory
The source is available on Bittorrent as well.
Fiore's's PainMan: his take on the ban of medical
Pouliot on preventing integer overflows.
Wellinder talks about the limitations in the OASIS
Mizrahi on how to do regression tests for image libraries
and his implementation for System.Drawing.
- The Downing
Street Memo: the largest embarrassment of the war on Iraq
so far. The democrats met to discuss it (C-SPAN real
- Greg Palast written testimony
and a timeline with photos is here.
Fisk asks why Saddam's interrogation was screened in
silence: The pictures the BBC BBC admitted, were
"mute". What in God's name did this mean? Who emasculated the
BBC to such a degree that it should say such a ridiculous
thing? Why were they mute? The BBC didn't tell us.
Fisk on torture.
Argentina and India stall patent reforms, demanding that
any harmonization treaty include provisions on technology
transfer, anti-competitive practices and safeguarding of
public interest flexibilities. Go Brazil, Argentina and India!
Posted on 19 Jun 2005
by Miguel de Icaza