Adding a new field to error logs in nginx based on a given header
So today I discovered that Karen at StartSSL has a confused definition of “commercial in nature” and “financial transaction”
Well, it’s been an awfully long time since I made a post, but in order to help those wandering Bukkit users that make their way here via Google looking for my Bukkit plugins (as Bukkit have removed links to my plugins from their forums because I refuse to change the way I run my website) I thought it might be time for a new post…
Sorry for the recent downtime, my 74 gig raptor drive died and while I have pretty recent backups I’ve had to recover some stuff through the use of google cache so forgive the out of order posts and missing bits (if I missed any)
Sorry it’s taken so long to update you all on my solar install.
The installers came back out and replaced my indoor in box inverter with an outdoor model and wired it up with two inputs.
Stopped by Bunnings on the way home tonight and picked up a bunch of miscellaneous venting hardware
As with all new things, I guess glitches are to be expected…
A week after my install was completed here’s a list of glitches.
I now have Solar Power (PV)
18×170 Watt Solar Monocrystalline Modules (arranged in two strings)
Aurora PVI 3600AU Inverter
Installation is on a almost flat (slightly curved east to west) roof.
Total System Power: 3060 watts
Soooooooo it survived the 1st day – more or less
My Aurora PVA3600 AU suffered a fan failure – so next week it’s getting replaced. I’m told it should be perfectly safe, it’ll just reduce it’s workload to remain cool.
Updated node usage script for mIRC
You know, a good 80% of the traffic to my website is directed at that page, yet almost none of my ad revenue comes from it…
I’d like to take some time to introduce you to a cool free tool I found – Bitvise Tunnelier
Having just got my netbook setup and running (MSI Wind U100+ BTW), I wanted to provide a slightly more secure setup then just using my 3G provider – easiest way is a ssh tunnel to home with port forwarding
Green has become the color of choice for the protesters in Iran, red is quickly becoming the color shed.
Cryptohash.net – Faster, leaner, meaner and now even smaller!
I’m sorry but I find it immensely amusing that someone could be lazy enough to just use a signed 32 bit integer in a twitter app.
Don’t know how many people who hit this site are actually local, but I thought I’d plug a local lan.
Start: 3 July 2009 – 6:30pm
End: 4 July 2009 – 11:00pm
Cost: $40 for the Full event (includes pizza, subway, pizza), $20 for half (includes pizza).
First it was the complete and total incompetence of the Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations, every single day I face the incompitence of the Department of Transport (and the government owned company Queensland Rail), now I face the incompetence and possible corruption of the Department of Immigration and Citizenship – Don’t get me started on the corruption of the Department of Child Services.
Someone please, feel free to tell me if I’m doing something wrong on my site that leads some engines to believe that they need to re-visit my site so damn frequently.
Seriously, in 5 days, just how many times do you need to index my site?
Can anyone tell me what the fuss over Street View in Greecel is all about?
How private can your privacy be if it can be seen from the street anyway?
So… I’m still getting into this twitter thing – I never was much of one to be up on anything trendy – by the time I’m into it and up to speed I’m sure the trend will be over and I’ll still be wondering what the fuss was about.
Been trying out the microblogging service – and a photo hosting/sharing service.
The Federal Government is planning to force all Australian servers to filter internet traffic and block any material the Government deems ‘inappropriate’. Under the plan, the Government can add any ‘unwanted’ site to a secret blacklist.
Coincidence? Maybe, but I wouldn’t put money on it.
The long and sordid tail of working for a company undergoing administration.
I’ve put together a quick little site for you to play with.
Head on over to cryptohash.net and have a play with sha1, md5, and all their cryptic friends.
I thought I’d pop my youtube cherry and post a video to show a quick and brief overview of my webmail client.
IPv6 went away, it’s back now…
So I get home today to find that not only has the mailperson left my mail hanging out of the letter box to get drenched, but that my rent has gone up $15…
Upgrades and downtime – we’re all backup
A list of companies/websites that can not be trusted with your E-Mail address. This list has been built from my own experience and the experiences of trusted friends.
You call your local cab company so you can catch the 6:21 am train, you place this call at 6:00 am. You figure that’ll give you plenty enough time for a cab to turn up and drive you the less then 1 km to the train.
Do you run a mail server?
Do you think you are helping humanity by having your mail server send out soft bounces?
Trains that timewarp to get me to work in Brisbane.
I’ve spent the last few nights working on making my DiscStakka run under Linux.
The new Network and Sharing Center in Windows Vista is great for the average Windows user but can be a huge headache for advanced users.
A company called 2clix is suing the Australian Broadband and Dial Up website (www.whirlpool.net.au) for malicious comments posted inside its forums.
Some of you might have already spotted it, Most of you are probably here for other reasons, but I’ve added a new section to this site “Projects” which will contain the projects I’m currently working on – once the project is complete it’ll get moved to the appropri…
I found what appears to be an unexpected gem.
More bad news
Lots of little changes…
I’m in the money!
Fremnet is now IPv6 enabled.
Companies go broke, companies get bought, employees get shafted, ex-employees exploit new skills and knowledge.
I know it’s been a little while since my last update, but here’s one for you – a whole new category!
After a few late nights, and the odd spare moment here and there. I’m pleased to present you with the latest and greatest in Fremnet design and colour schemes.
Introducing MozSnap and Preview.
I’m not sure you can actually “release” an online tool, but I’ve released Bindmaker which is a tool to help you build a scrollable list of say binds for CS:S/DOD:S and similar.
A fresh install of MythTV to show off.
Moving on up….
I’m pleased to announce the first ever public service offered on Fremnet.
Great news everyone! I’m being useful (c:
Statistics, DVD’s, Encryption, Porn, and Protection
A new DVD drive, 2 days worth of hard work, and I’ve finished a 10 second job.
A new section – not for the faint at heart
SSH patch uploaded, and some layout changes
I hate moving…
Check us out at fremnet.net.au
I came, I saw, I squished…
A new look site, with a new engine, and better organisation (I hope)