Month: December 2009

Telstra now support SMS to Twitter…

It's been quite a while since I logged into to Twitter But I noticed today that there is now the option (providing you are a Telstra subscriber) to send/receive updates. The link to "Read more…" then takes you to the blog post on twitter to then explain a little more! So this will no doubt […]

In Wikipedia we trust!

Well for some it's now official… use Wikipedia as a guaranteed reference source! OK maybe not for everyone! but it has been reviled recently that the Australian Taxation Office has… THE Australian Tax Office faces international embarrassment after it used the online site Wikipedia as a source for a ruling affecting the fate of hundreds […]

Google Wave… Invites!

I got my first Google Wave invite about 2 months ago, since then I have to admit that I haven't used it that much nor have I really been overly interested in its capabilities. However , I do have a quantity of "invites" (it seems that you receive them every month to add more friends!) […]

TOR… a use for testing my WordPress plugins!

Well I played around with using TOR a while back, but I found that the cost of some privacy came at a cost on speed! anyway its been a while since then and I thought it would be a good test to see how some of the plugins that I use on my Blog react […]

Extract from Icinga release

Sourced from www.icinga.org December 16 2009: Today the Icinga Team releases the Icinga Core 1.0. This is a milestone for both the team and the project as a whole. After many months of hard work we are proud to bring you a stable, alternative monitoring solution. This release includes many changes as suggested by the […]

Blacklisting in Postfix

If you happen to be running your own Postfix mail server and you are wanting to add a little filtering to the incoming mail, then here's some advice that will get you up and running in no time… http://www.sa-blacklist.stearns.org/sa-blacklist/ 1. Copy the blacklist sa-blacklist.current.reject to a sensible spot… /etc/postfix/sender_restrictions seams reasonable. 2. Update main.cf, adding […]

Classic 80's Lego Collection

I've recently been re acquainted with my Lego collection from my youth. I've discovered that with a combination of time and moving, that most of the instructions to make up the most of the pieces that I have (typical) have not been kept with the Lego. I realise that there are web sites out that […]

Classic 80's Lego Collection

I've recently been re acquainted with my Lego collection from my youth. I've discovered that with a combination of time and moving, that most of the instructions to make up the most of the pieces that I have (typical) have not been kept with the Lego. I realise that there are web sites out that […]

Icinga 1.0 & Icinga-web 0.9.1 alpha

With just 8 days until the release of Icinga 1.0 & Icinga-Web 0.9.1 alpha. lets reflect on what has been worked on over the last month and a half… core: create webserver conf.d dir if not existing core: output the correct config parameter name on error message core: run dos2unix on spec file core: check […]

Icinga 1.0 & Icinga-web 0.9.1 alpha

With just 8 days until the release of Icinga 1.0 & Icinga-Web 0.9.1 alpha. lets reflect on what has been worked on over the last month and a half… core: create webserver conf.d dir if not existing core: output the correct config parameter name on error message core: run dos2unix on spec file core: check […]

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