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Firebot Update

By on March 7, 2005 in Mozilla, Technology

In my last blog post about the bots, I mentioned combining them into one bot. Well, as of a few days ago, this is now done. 🙂 So I thought I’d blog a follow-up post about it, before moving on to more interesting things. It wasn’t exactly easy because of my inexperience with perl, but […]

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IRC Services… and Firebot/Wolfbot’s future…

By on February 27, 2005 in Mozilla, Technology

Well, now has services, thanks to the work of Stuart. I’m not particularly a IRC services champion, but so far, it appears that with little effort on my part, the status quo is maintained and I don’t have to change any behavior on my part. (register nick, register channel, add identify command to chatzilla […]

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Faster Speeds….

By on February 22, 2005 in Technology

Well, it appears RoadRunner has decided to up the downstream speeds again, this time to 5mbit max, prevously it was 3mbit max, when I first subscribed it was 2mbit. heh. I’m quite pleased, especially considering I was doing at best 1mbit before they upgraded lately. 🙂

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Firebot Fixes…

By on January 26, 2005 in Mozilla, Technology

I’ve made a few changes to firebot, the IRC bot that gives bugzilla bug information for Devs/QA/users in #firefox and #thunderbird tonight. * Added kick handling, auto-rejoins channel when kicked. * Added invite handling, bot can join a channel when invited. * Added ping to test if hte bot is alive. just say firebot: ping […]

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Hardware Trouble

By on July 21, 2004 in Technology

Well. heh. the last few days have been fun. really. The server here, tazdevil, decided that Sunday night after a Thunderstorm would be a great time to have a hard disk drive failure. I don’t believe the storm was the cause though. Either way the 80gb drive that the machine runs decided to corrupt two […]

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My View of Webdesign

By on February 6, 2004 in Technology

Alright, tonight I finished upgrading Photos and Links to HTML 4.. this site is now, for what it’s worth, HTML 4.01/CSS2 compliant. (Some sections are using Transitional and others Strict). I view webdesign as an art, and not at all like i’m scripting or programing, which are more technical or a science in nature. As […]

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By on February 5, 2004 in Technology

Well, The biggest thing to talk about right now is what i’m doing to at this point. I decided with this website i’d actually attempt to care about web standards, since I’ve accused Microsoft Internet Explorer, repeatedly of not being properly supporting, when it may be that i’m just bad at writing HTML that […]

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