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Saturday, July 04, 2009


URIBL.COM - Realtime URI Blacklist

Posted: 03 Jul 2009 10:17 PM PDT

URIBL provides different RSS feeds (based on registrar, nameserver, etc). Cool!

fb-contrib™: A FindBugs™ auxiliary detector plugin

Posted: 03 Jul 2009 06:57 AM PDT

Alternative FindBugs detectors. Use them with care (as they probably have more false-positives than the built-in detectors).

Git - SVN Crash Course

Posted: 03 Jul 2009 06:52 AM PDT

Git to SVN migration tutorial. Seems simple enough...

Hosts file - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Posted: 03 Jul 2009 04:52 AM PDT

Trivia: it seems that the location of the hosts file can be changed from the default one under Windows NT and later.

Drizzle, Rethinking MySQL for the Web

Posted: 03 Jul 2009 02:09 AM PDT

Some recordings from the Open Source Bridge conference. Interesting to watch.

MySQL University - MySQL Forge Wiki

Posted: 03 Jul 2009 12:56 AM PDT

A large collection of MySQL related videos. A must see for anyone managing MySQL instances! I wish PostgreSQL has something similar :-) PS. while it doesn't directly have an RSS feed, you can use the feed for recent changes of the page ( ) to follow new entries.

as days pass by, by Stuart Langridge — Not blocking the UI in tight JavaScript loops

Posted: 03 Jul 2009 12:30 AM PDT

A very useful Javascript pattern for doing more time-consuming work, now wrapped in a JQuery plugin!

Google Open Source Blog: Australia Goes Open

Posted: 03 Jul 2009 12:24 AM PDT

Open Government! A great idea! There should be as many ways as possible for government officials to be held accountable!

All about Linux: Firefox 3.5 released with support for the HTML 5 Video Tag and much more

Posted: 02 Jul 2009 11:33 PM PDT

What's new with Firefox 3.5? Been using it for two days now and it seems to be even snappier and around 30% memory usage.

40 Free High Quality Hand-drawn Fonts | Graphics

Posted: 02 Jul 2009 11:18 PM PDT

Via mubix ( hand drawn fonts for presentations. Might come in handy for the next time I do one... Warning! The licenses seem to very vague and in some cases they directly prohibit the use of the fonts!


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