Wandering Thoughts archives

2005-09-30: Pinging weblogs.com in Python
2005-09-29: Something C programmers should not write in Python code
2005-09-28: MSNbot goes crazy with RSS feeds
2005-09-27: Some hints on debugging memory leaks in Python programs
2005-09-26: A peril of having a highly dynamic web site
2005-09-25: Weekly spam summary on September 24th, 2005
2005-09-24: A spammer roundup
It's a multi-protocol world after all
2005-09-23: Be cautious with numbers in awk
The (probable) importance of accurate Content-Types
2005-09-22: Excluding buggy RPMs from a yum repository
2005-09-21: More Fedora Core 4 problems with X
What vendor updates are pending on your Linux system?
2005-09-20: Some words of wisdom for free webmail providers
Two Python import tricks
2005-09-19: Function definition order in Python
2005-09-18: Weekly spam summary on September 17th, 2005
2005-09-17: Demon Internet joins the webmail hall of shame
2005-09-16: Getting a list of all objects in Python
Web browsers make bad text editors
2005-09-15: Efficiently distributing huge files to lots of workstations
2005-09-14: Why I really dislike the Singleton design pattern
2005-09-13: Concurrency is tricky
The problem of being overcautious
2005-09-12: Things not do for your network daemon's debugging option
The annoyance of arbitrary limits
2005-09-11: Weekly spam summary on September 10th, 2005
Comment spam writ large
2005-09-10: Hotmail's Other Spam Problem
Hotmail has a spam problem
More Fedora Core 4 Anaconda fun
2005-09-09: When Python classes are pointless
2005-09-08: Another Fedora Core 4 Anaconda bug
2005-09-07: The MSN search spider has gone crazy
2005-09-06: Two sides of Internet identity
2005-09-05: Why print-based debugging is so popular
2005-09-04: Weekly spam summary on September 3rd, 2005
2005-09-03: Varying interpretations of improper CIDRs
2005-09-02: The 'Trade Press' and blogs
2005-09-01: On blocking access from large IP ranges

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