Hacking Society Meeting Page
User: Andrea Atkins
Date: 2005-03-01 23:12:29.880060
Body: worked on an essay on propaganda in art for art history on kword.
User: Anthony Earl
Date: 2005-03-01 23:09:37.799056
Body: Tried in vain to access the 'desktop' web interface supposedly offered by T-Mobile.com for the SideKick machine. Tried on OS/X with Safari and on Linux with Firefox. Just kept returning me to the home page.
So then read the user-manual for a Digitech GNX2. A used one should be mine by the end of the week.
Date: 2005-03-01 23:00:23.035261
Body: healthy, relaxing round of flash disk golf. worked on a g-job pet project tool for work.
Date: 2005-03-01 23:04:31.069676
Body: read some stuff for class.
Date: 2005-03-01 23:07:20.979802
Body: Helping Brian build an RPM of gtkwifi. Unracked some servers to take home. Answered some e-mail. Did some vegging. Took orders for the new Hacking Society shirts. Updated the HS shirt page so that others could order and see what colors are available.g
User: Kevin Robinson
Date: 2005-03-02 00:02:31.045959
Body: Installed some libraries, looked for "I'm still free, are you? (w/ picture of bin laden)" bumper sticker, with no success. Sat through many insults of my computer hardware, courtesy of Brian. Installed unrar utility.
Date: 2005-03-01 23:11:12.247740
Body: Sent support question to Startech about a KVM product. Looked up the pictogram on for the new hacking society shirt and found, by happy coincidence, that it's called "ping" in Chinese. Read some essays from Paul Graham's "Hackers & Painters: Big Ideas from the Computer Age". Modified an script I wrote to interact with linux-ha STONITH external module to work with multiple baytech RPCs. Worked on exercise from very last chapter of "Learning Python".
Date: 2005-03-01 22:51:41.483338
Body: Tried to deal with a client's broken cPanel account.
Installed postgres on my notebook.
Found an ad for voting fraud on my voting reform page.
Handwaved "my camera's zoom is bigger than yours".
Talked about coil guns and such.
Date: 2005-03-01 21:27:21.153479
Body: I spent most of the time fighting with the tough decision of HS T-shirt color. After a long deliberation I found that "kelly" (pronounced "green") would be sufficient. Next week I plan to work on spelling.