#announcement MetaArray IV will be implemented in TWO systems: MAIVa as NetBSD and MAIVb as Debian. Since 45% in the poll prefered #debian #linux we have decided to offer two independent MetaArrays which will be equally maintained. You can choose to use either, or both .. effectively doubling your storage capacity. The disks have been donated and are ready to install. Standby for a cut over event announcement from MetaArrray III. And BTW #happybirthday SDF.
A good read by @tomasino about the state of the world. CW: Everything is Evil.
Surprisingly, they work. This might not be an ideal solution but it is better than my previous attempts to port them.
Got the Think Python e-book from O'Reilly (https://www.humblebundle.com/books/python-oreilly-books) today.
So now I'm sitting in the front of my SGI O2 workstation, reading the e-book with the MUPDF and trying some turtle graphics in the Python 3...
Screenshot: Sharp NetWalker with Lynx (Ubuntu 9.x, GNOME 2.x)
It's still a bit slow and it has too bad keyboard, unfortunately.
I use the USB-Ethernet adapter here.
I should try to use the Sharp Zaurus SL-C3200 this way (it has even smaller screen but much better - albeit much smaller - keyboard).
We just found a box of 30 new SDF mug cups from 2012 (25th anniversary). They were thought to be all sold out! Now is your chance to support SDF and drink from a cool mug cup https://SDF.org/?store
The old Mac Mini (G4) is now running #OpenBSD — trickiest part was dealing with Open Firmware commands to trigger the installer
"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko