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Tue, 29 Jun 2004

What's Your Geek Decade?

I am going to restructure my blog thoughly, and use different sections from now on. This will help me find the things I am looking for hopefully while allowing the people syndicating my blog to only get the parts they are interested. Thus I have stared with this test section now in which I will put the various online tests I do. Yes, I like doing them, why do you ask? :-)
And because I like them and do them regularly they deserve their own section. And to make it on topic for this section here is the one I did today.

I'm A 1960s Geek
You're pretty quirky and weird but we know you're smart and love you anyway!
find your geek decade at spacefem.com

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Wed, 09 Jun 2004

logcheck stable update again, Cinema Unlimited

I'm preparing again an update for logcheck for stable. The debconf implementation was really broken back then and it wasn't prepared for an non-interactive debconf frontend (like debconf-tiny and the mail frontend provides). I've already talked to our stable release manager and he said he would accept a fix for that bug. It seems like I'm becoming the stable official for logcheck, or something. :)

The Cineplexx cinemas have a great offer these days: 10 films for € 25,- (where 9 of them are pre-picked and one to choose yourself). Of course we choose to take that ticket, and have seen the first three films already:

  • First has been "Troy" on sunday. It was nice, but not outstanding. Priam should have better listened to his sons. Both of them...
  • Yesterday we watched again two films. We started with "Day After Tomorrow". Was great. Roland Emmerich is considered to be a great american patriot (although he is from germany), but in here he had quite some sidekicks against the americans. The finish was hollywood like, but still not kitschy. Nice waste of time.
  • Third film has been "Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban". Really sweet, especially the creature book and the Hippogriff were great.

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Wed, 02 Jun 2004

Massive Multiplayer ThumbWrestling

I was just informed that the Massive Multiplayer Thumb-Wrestling (MMTW) we had at the Linuxwochen was featured on /.. Which is really great, because it was a nice happening, and something completely different for the already stressed tendons. I hope this will be picked up and am looking forward to the LinuxTag in Karlsruhe next month where I hope to get a MMTW BoF session. Hope to see you there!

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Photos from the Linuxwochen, Cinema

I've put my photos from the Linuxwochen online. There are directories for all four days. I will tweak them a little bit (like, rotate them accordingly) and maybe even rename them, or adding an index file with thumbnails, I don't know yet. So please don't link to the pictures directly because those links won't last....

Have been seeing "The Prince & Me" yesterday. If you aren't a true fan of Julia there is no real need to watch this film. Especially the ending is one of the worst I've seen in ages, it looked like they were forced to add it so it is able to make it in Hollywood...
Second movie this time has been "Runaway Jury". This one I can on the other hand truly recommend. It has a quite intersting story that isn't completely clear until quite late in the movie. It made up for the other one. :-)

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