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Flot is awesome

I’ve read about it and heard people talking about it, and since cfchart must be the most annoying cftag I’ve ever dealt with, yesterday I tried flot out for something I’ve been logging for a while. Before anyone questions this; …

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Downtime

Had some downtime last night and today, as I was building new OpenWrt firmware images for my router. I heard that extroot was finally working in trunk (and not that annoying overlay system either). While yes, extroot mounted as the …

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Ant4CF == Timesaver

I do a lot of development work, and a lot of the time-eating aspect of it used to be managing code (commiting, exporting, pushing to staging, production, etc), it was really an annoyance. Thankfully a few people from #coldfusion let …

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VPN Hooray!

A happier update to my previous VPN horror, with a lot of help from krzie and Bushmills on the #openvpn channel, they were able to track down the issue. As it turns out, an entry in my ccd client, iroute …

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Memorial Day Weekend VPN Hell

When my friend wanted access to services I’ve built behind my lan to his lan at his new house, I figured I could do it without much of a problem.  I have never been a linux guru, but I’ve always …

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SigmaForums – Dev Live

http://sigmaforums.sigmaprojects.org/forums Figured its stable enough to put up for public viewing, remember this is still using Dan Vega’s Solitary module so the default users and passwords are being used (again, plan to do something different later).  For now, defaults are …

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SigmaForums Update

Its nearly done, the model, service, and handler fucntions are all in place.  The only thing left is to skin it out and write the client side gui stuffs which is never fun. Really, this project is taking longer then …

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Visual SVN fix and anonymous permissions

*Updated* As Ivan advises in the comments, make changes to httpd-custom.conf instead (Thank you Ivan).  Luckily, we don’t actually allow anon commits, but thinking about it I can definitely see how problems can occur, so please heed his advice.  I’ve …

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Finally, SigmaProjects.org is live.

We’ve tried to put SigmaProjects.org live for a very long time, but something always got in the way when we were about 80% done each time.  A new project, a misc hardware failure, whatever the cause, it kept being pushed …

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It’s a start

It’s been a long time coming.  I’ll do my best to keep it up to date and try to keep it somewhat relevent.