Do you need to set up a mail server? Then you should be reading this.
Or if you need a full solution, take a look at MailDroid, a preconfigured OpenBSD 3.7
So what am I going to do?
I am developing jsbrwsniff in my free time. Sure, it began as a project for the company I work for, but later it was released as open source and since then I work on it only in my free time. Yes, I know, it’s already been almost one year since the latest version. The explanation is very simple: my free time is scarce and I have lots of interests.
Now the good news: the next version is almost here, most probably at the end of May. What’s new? Well, a lot of things! Here comes a sneak preview of the “what’s new”:
The rationale here is very simple: either just wait for me to have some free time to implement all this stuff, or pay me (my company) to do it. I will be very pleased.
CVS commit by mlaurent:
Apply patch from Pau Garcia i Quiles <pgquiles AT elpauer DOT org> (Improve create html slideshow)
Just add a special text when time between slide == 0 (Disable)
CCMAIL: Pau Garcia i Quiles <pgquiles AT elpauer DOT org>
M +200 -83 webpresentation.cc
M +23 -6 webpresentation.h
ed on March 18th, 2005. I don’t know why it doesn’t show in the KDE CVS Digest
Are you a sysadmin fed up with Internet Explorer nasty bugs? Would you like to move your users to Mozilla or Mozilla Firefox? Is the different look the main hindrance?
If you answered yes to those questions, here is the solution: an Internet Explorer theme for Mozilla and Mozilla Firefox. Now your users will believe they are running Internet Explorer, but in fact they will be using Mozilla.
Update: Here is another site, this time more hardcore IE-skinning for Mozilla (but somewhat old)
Most remarkable hits in this new version 0.5 are working at server-side (with ASP, for instance) and the long-awaited Flash plugin detection.
You can download it at http://jsbrwsniff.sf.net. It’s free under the LGPL license.
It’s developed by me (Pau Garcia i Quiles).
The first time I saw the news I thought it was a hoax. Three days have passed since, and nobody from AOL nor Red Hat has denied the information, so let’s believe there’s some point in it.
The new pages are here. There are links to some (few) sites that host the ISO images and information on two ways of constructing your own image from package files (the ones that carry the two hundred mirrors Debian has in the world): the (ugly) pseudo-image kit and the (new) jigdo.