Infrequently Noted

Alex Russell on browsers, standards, and the process of progress.

0.2.3 Released

0.2.3 is out, freshmeat has been notified and a sourceforge release has been made. Release engineering is the kind of thing only someone even more pedantic than myself could love.


Stuck on windoze until I can get my SuSE install fixed. On the upside, I can at least still mount the root FS, which is a Good ThingTM.

In the "more good news than Alex deserves" dept., Cygwin makes it all better.

On a totally unrelated note, PLUG has a new president, and it's not me. Oh happy, joyus day =)

Sometimes it's good not to be king.


"None are more hopelessly enslaved than those who falsely believe they are free."

-- Johann Wolfgang von Goethe


So I got ambitious (ok, I lied, I just got less lazy) and put togeather a modification to the menu inline constructor that lets you use anchor tags. The upshot of that? well, if you're really anti-writing-things-twice (and who isn't?) then it'll let you create a menu system for the browser challenged from exactly the same code as you use to specify a netWindows menu.

Will wonders never cease?

Easy Does It

Ok, while I'm on a roll, I just want to mention that the Ogg Vorbis integration in the KDE audio CD service is the coolest thing ever. Basically, you put an audio CD in the drive, go to the Ogg view in Konqueror and "copy" the ogg files to wherever you like. It then rips and encodes them on the fly. Someone earned major brownie points in my book for that one.

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