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This page is largely obsolete in favor of sutff like my wiki bio, Advogato info and the RDF IG scratchpad.
This is [used to be] a collection of information relevant to support
requests that I get about the various contributions I've made. The object of
the game is to refer folks to these pages rather than draft responses
@@Mar '98: Larch Traits for XML, RDF,
URIs (in progress)
- contactlog.py: toward PIM scripting in Win32
- posted July 1998 to comp.lang.python
article via your local news
- PyPsion: Psion data handling in
- HTML Validation Service
- 1994 Nov
now the mainained by Mark
March 1999: webtechs.com falls victim to Network
- SOCKS module for python
- July 1994. Beta. Exports the same interface as the python socket
module, but works over socks. Allows python ftp, gopher, etc. modules
to work through socks. (No known defects as of Jan 1995, though it's
not widely used).
modules for python
- July 21: (alpha). HTML parsing and other modules in C for python.
- Feb 1992. No longer supported. This is mostly pointers to stuff that
you should use in stead.
- ANSI C code to parse HTML. Out of date. Available from the w3 ftp archives.
- The RichText
- September 1992. A formatted text widget for Motif. Not editable. It
works for some folks, but I haven't done C++/Motif hacking for a while
- ... older stuff
- ... just for my reference
@@software patents: just say no!
prior art on: session-id, where-it-says@@
Color Computer Hacking circa 1980
- Light Runner
- tron work-alike for the TRS-80 color computer (CoCo
Files (Page 1) , TRS-80
& Tandy Color Computer Homepage). I only have it in hard copy,
Hmm... I wonder if I could get it to work with an emulator.
You the Author of Classic Coco Software?
- THE FACTS for the TRS-80TM COLOR COMPUTER
- by SPECTRAL ASSOCIATES
3418 South 90th Street
Tacoma, WA 98049
Copyright (c) 1983
First printing: Nov 1981
Fifth Printing: Jul 1983
(see also: Coco
Chronicles, by: alfredo(!) started: August 20th, 1984; last update:
July 24, 1991)
Other stuff that I allocate shelf-space to:
- IEEE Standard Portable Operating
System Interface for Computer Environments
- (IEEE Std 1003.1-1988)
see also: IEEE Standards
On-Line: Portable Applications Standards Subscriptions
hmm... amazon says it's out of print, but I recommend the O'Reilly
I used to sign stuff with a PGP
key, but I don't really know where the corresponding secret key is, let
alone its passphrase. Gotta start over. See:
- PGP User's
Guide, Volume I: Essential Topics
11 Oct 94. Philip Zimmermann
Maintained and copyrighted 1996. by Josko Orsulic
Even worse, standards are getting accepted before they are even
written, which is a truly ridiculous situation.
relationships in the standardization process
James Gosling, Aug 1990
- I like to read what these folks write:
- Brian Behlendorf (home page)
- apache, media
Minds Home Page
- Englebart's IOH stuff
Lotus Notes API
Frame 4 API
- SGML, XML, DSSSL, groff
- (March '98) what it is like
to be a computer book author, web/photo stuff, web/db, ...
- Formal Methods / System Design / Concept Mapping / CSCW /
- Gary T.
- Formal Methods, Larch
- SGML, USENET, arrogance
- Hypertext, design
- text markup
- Yuri Rubinski
- I will miss him, as will many
in the SGML/web community
- scheme, programming (altavista
- volleyball, linux
- Jamie Zawinski
- Emacs, Mozilla
Net Culture, Development
C Library Reference Index
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