The short-form week of 26 Jan–1 Feb 2009

02 Feb 2009; last modified 13 Mar 2011

The week in review, 140 characters at a time. This week, 30 messages in 29 conversations.

This document was created automatically from my archive of my Twitter stream. Due to limitations in the Twitter API and occasional glitches in my archiving system, it may not be 100% complete.

Monday at 06:35pm

Crap. Lightroom has stopped exporting metadata again. Frick.—@ndw

Tuesday at 12:56pm

Anyone know how to get iCal on the Mac and iCal on the iPhone to use the same colors for the same calendars?—@ndw

Tuesday at 09:38pm

@dave I guess that answers my question about whether I want to consider returning to FB.—@ndw

Wednesday at 09:02am

‚ô∫@PeterSantilli Express your outrage about Rush Limbaugh's comments http://ff.im/-N9xo (Despicable bastard)—@ndw

Wednesday at 09:11am

‚ô∫@xproc XProc CR ends in four days. Get yer comments in!—@ndw

Wednesday at 04:10pm

@timbray No doubt because it is so—@ndw

Wednesday at 04:35pm

@DaveO Happy Birthday, dude!—@ndw

Wednesday at 04:36pm

wondering if the Dock would be less of a nuiscance on the right rather than the left.—@ndw

Wednesday at 05:02pm

Fricking with UI elements again. Gaaah.—@ndw

Wednesday at 05:41pm

NCY tomorrow. SuperDuper! running. Off to din-dins.—@ndw

Wednesday at 05:41pm

NYC tomorrow. SuperDuper! running. Off to din-dins.—@ndw

Wednesday at 07:26pm

@kurt_cagle No worries. That's still two weeks away anyway, by my calendar. This is just a day trip for work.—@ndw

Wednesday at 10:15pm

@codinghorror It would surely be case-insensitive as well.—@ndw

Wednesday at 10:16pm

poking at Spanning Sync—@ndw

Thursday at 03:05pm

I can see window washers at work on the Empire State bldg. Man that has to be C-O-L-D work today.—@ndw

Thursday at 03:14pm

ICal: (W3C TAG telcon) "Delete just this event or all future occurences?" Me: all future. Bittersweet.—@ndw

Thursday at 04:47pm

Investigating ImageMagic options...all four billion of them—@ndw

In a conversation that started on Friday at 03:13pm

For the love of all things! Are attractive, interoperable, cross-browser CSS+JS "tabbed" pages even possible?—@ndw
@ndw Do you want history support via hash tags? The short answer is yes, they're pretty straight forward in both cases. Which is your pref?—@mdavid
@mdavid "Pretty straightforward?" Wow. Not my exp. so far. At least not for the borders, etc. in this design.—@ndw

Friday at 03:26pm

@robertbrook I suppose YUI will be my next attempt. I've been trying to do it with JQuery or stand-alone because I'm not using YUI (yet)—@ndw

In a conversation that started on Friday at 03:34pm

@ndw DocBook design-ish question: If you were formatting a project ChangeLog for DB, what structure would you choose?—@rjray
@rjray revisionhistory, usually—@ndw

In a conversation that started on Friday at 03:44pm

@ndw Hmmm... not sure. I don't mean a document's change history, I mean a generic "Changes" file formatted to be a DocBook fragment.—@rjray
@rjray Hmm. I think the "of this document" semantics should only apply to a revhistory in an info, thought that's not what the docs say now.—@ndw

In a conversation that started on Friday at 03:48pm

@ndw Am looking to write some XSLT to transform my ChangeLogML content (http://is.gd/hQwBB) to something usable by DB.—@rjray
@rjray I stand by my suggestion of revhistory, but if you find that not appropriate, please file an RFE at the SF tracker.—@ndw

Friday at 04:00pm

Ma.gnolia.com does full data backups how often, I wonder?—@ndw

Friday at 04:56pm

@PeterSantilli The waitress provides a valuable service.—@ndw

Friday at 05:00pm

Wondering how and why my recent batch of new followers found and decided to follow...—@ndw

In a conversation that started on Sunday at 12:05pm

@ndw Late reply but I solved VMWare network issues by upgrading to VMWare 2. It happened once so far and I rebooted the host.—@terrisCA
@terrisCA I threw out the VM and reinstalled from scratch; that fixed it for me. Irritating, though.—@ndw

Sunday at 01:44pm

Implementing a MIME multi-part reader for Calabash.—@ndw

In a conversation that started on Sunday at 04:19pm

Nice thick blanket of snow here now. Wonder how that happened. #uksnow—@JeniT
@JeniT I'll see your "thick blanket" and raise you, oh, 16 inches?—@ndw

Sunday at 05:42pm

Guts of MIME multipart parser passes tests. Maybe I can has new release soon #calabash—@ndw