Re: DMP Availability

2001-02-26 Thread pmh

On Sat, 24 Feb 2001 12:51:08 +0100, Philip Newton wrote:
 I see your whois graffiti and raise you the domain where you can do a zone
 transfer, chop off the first bit, sort, MIME-decode and get a program. (Or
 something like that.)
 
 Unfortunately, I don't remember the domain. I think it was in France
 somewhere.

You mean this? Unfortunately, it doesn't work anymore, but when it did, you ended up 
with DeCSS code:

dig @138.195.138.195 goret.org. axfr | grep '^c..\..*A' | sort \
  | cut -b5-36 | perl -e 'while(){print pack("H32",$_)}' | gzip -d

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 A good first language would be English."
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Re: DMP Availability

2001-02-26 Thread Philip Newton

[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 On Sat, 24 Feb 2001 12:51:08 +0100, Philip Newton wrote:
  I see your whois graffiti and raise you the domain where 
  you can do a zone transfer, chop off the first bit, sort,
  MIME-decode and get a program. (Or something like that.)
 
 You mean this? Unfortunately, it doesn't work anymore, but 
 when it did, you ended up with DeCSS code:
 
 dig @138.195.138.195 goret.org. axfr | grep '^c..\..*A' | sort \
   | cut -b5-36 | perl -e 'while(){print pack("H32",$_)}' | gzip -d

That's probably what I had in mind, yes.

Cheers,
Philip
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Re: DMP Availability

2001-02-23 Thread pmh

On Thu, 22 Feb 2001 09:54:50 -0500 (EST), Dave Cross wrote:
 Unfortunately, as it's a very primitive webmail (written by me) it
 doesn't store the outgoing mails, so I can't see what I'm doing 
 wrong.

Why call it "ms-webmail"? Makes it sound like MicroSoft wrote it.

Also, you're just copying the References: header from the message you're
replying to, when you should be appending its Message-id: too. If you're not
going to do that, then at least stick an In-reply-to: header in, so threading
algorithms work properly. (Well, threading algorithms which aren't broken,
like mine, which manages to put the same message in the thread tree multiple
times under conditions known only to itself)

-- 
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 When I took it out, it was gone."
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Re: DMP Availability

2001-02-23 Thread Dominic Mitchell

On Fri, Feb 23, 2001 at 11:50:44AM +, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Also, you're just copying the References: header from the message you're
 replying to, when you should be appending its Message-id: too. If you're not
 going to do that, then at least stick an In-reply-to: header in, so threading
 algorithms work properly. (Well, threading algorithms which aren't broken,
 like mine, which manages to put the same message in the thread tree multiple
 times under conditions known only to itself)

JWZ has a good discussion on threading algorithms:

http://www.jwz.org/doc/threading.html

-Dom



Re: DMP Availability

2001-02-23 Thread Dave Cross

At Fri, 23 Feb 11:50:37 2001 +, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 On Thu, 22 Feb 2001 09:54:50 -0500 (EST), Dave Cross wrote:
  Unfortunately, as it's a very primitive webmail (written by me) it
  doesn't store the outgoing mails, so I can't see what I'm doing 
  wrong.
 
 Why call it "ms-webmail"? Makes it sound like MicroSoft wrote it.

That's semi-intentional. My company is called Magnum Solutions so we
have as much right to use the initials as Microsoft. It amuses me that
my Perl doodlings might be mistaken for Microsoft software.

 Also, you're just copying the References: header from the message 
 you're replying to, when you should be appending its Message-id: too. 

Hmm... thought I was doing that. I'll check the code tonight.

 If you're not going to do that, then at least stick an In-reply-to: 
 header in, so threading algorithms work properly. (Well, threading 
 algorithms which aren't broken, like mine, which manages to put the 
 same message in the thread tree multiple times under conditions known 
 only to itself)

Or, I suppose, I could do both. OR would that break stuff?

Cheers,

Dave...



Re: DMP Availability

2001-02-23 Thread pmh

On Fri, 23 Feb 2001 11:53:24 +, Dominic Mitchell wrote:
 JWZ has a good discussion on threading algorithms:
 
 http://www.jwz.org/doc/threading.html

Thanks very much. From a quick skim, that looks somewhat similar to the scheme I've 
come up with through trial and error. However, I currently allow empty containers at 
any point in the tree which isn't a leaf, and which doesn't only have one empty 
container child. I'll look through it in detail when I haven't just been getting 
annoyed with my own algorithm so much.

Actually, the biggest problem I have with threading is Gtk's behaviour. When you 
double click on a CTree branch, it toggles the expansion state, which is highly 
annoying. I can untoggle it in most cases, but that can result in strange scrolling, 
leading to weird selections being left behind. Also, if it's an empty container being 
double clicked, I want to display the first real message, but that prevents me from 
untoggling the branch, somehow.

I guess it would be a good idea to word-wrap message bodies, too...

-- 
Peter Haworth   [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Vagueness is one of those things...



Re: DMP Availability

2001-02-23 Thread pmh

On Fri, 23 Feb 2001 07:01:31 -0500 (EST), Dave Cross wrote:
 At Fri, 23 Feb 11:50:37 2001 +, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
  On Thu, 22 Feb 2001 09:54:50 -0500 (EST), Dave Cross wrote:
   Unfortunately, as it's a very primitive webmail (written by me) it
   doesn't store the outgoing mails, so I can't see what I'm doing 
   wrong.
  
  Why call it "ms-webmail"? Makes it sound like MicroSoft wrote it.
 
 That's semi-intentional. My company is called Magnum Solutions so we
 have as much right to use the initials as Microsoft. It amuses me that
 my Perl doodlings might be mistaken for Microsoft software.

I'd forgotten the name of your company. Makes sense now, and I appreciate the joke.

  If you're not going to do that, then at least stick an In-reply-to: 
  header in, so threading algorithms work properly. (Well, threading 
  algorithms which aren't broken, like mine, which manages to put the 
  same message in the thread tree multiple times under conditions known 
  only to itself)
 
 Or, I suppose, I could do both. OR would that break stuff?

Of course not, that's what you're supposed to do. I just stick In-reply-to: on the end 
of References: unless it was already there.

All I need is some decent (ie. existent) documentation, and I might be ready to 
release this thing.

-- 
Peter Haworth   [EMAIL PROTECTED]
I did Modula-2 at university but I didn't inhale



Re: DMP Availability

2001-02-23 Thread Merijn Broeren

Quoting Dave Cross ([EMAIL PROTECTED]):
 
 That's semi-intentional. My company is called Magnum Solutions so we
 have as much right to use the initials as Microsoft. It amuses me that
 my Perl doodlings might be mistaken for Microsoft software.
 
On that note, in the javaworld it is the idea that you name your classes
starting with your domainname reversed. So com.shell.Business.RipofPrice.Petrol
etc. Microsoft has taken to naming their java stuff com.ms.* 

Guess who owns ms.com? 

That's right, and we are *not* inclined to sell it to them. They tried 
though. :-) 

Cheers,
-- 
Merijn Broeren | Sometime in the middle ages, God got fed up with us 
Software Geek  | and put earth at sol.milky-way.univ in his kill-file.
   | Pray all you want, it just gets junked.



Re: DMP Availability

2001-02-23 Thread Merijn Broeren

Quoting Merijn Broeren ([EMAIL PROTECTED]):
 
 Guess who owns ms.com? 
 
On checking who was first, I did a 

whois microsoft.com

What can I say but :

MICROSOFT.COM.WHOIS.RESULTS.MAKE.A.GREAT.HUMOUR-LIST.COM

DNS grafitti, who would have thought...
-- 
Merijn Broeren | Sometime in the middle ages, God got fed up with us 
Software Geek  | and put earth at sol.milky-way.univ in his kill-file.
   | Pray all you want, it just gets junked.



Re: DMP Availability

2001-02-22 Thread Michael Stevens

On Thu, Feb 22, 2001 at 10:34:06AM -, dcross - David Cross wrote:
 * There are currently 100 copies in Europe.
 * Another (larger) shipment from Manning ended up in Singapore somehow! They
 will return at some point in the next week.
 * The large Charing Cross Road bookshops (Foyles, Blackwells, Waterstones)
 should all have 3 or 4 copies now.
 * Amazon had (we think) 10 copies. Don't know how many they've sold.

There are two copies here. I *think* they both came from amazon.

Michael



RE: DMP Availability

2001-02-22 Thread dcross - David Cross


From: Michael Stevens [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: 22 February 2001 10:46

 On Thu, Feb 22, 2001 at 10:34:06AM -, dcross - David Cross wrote:
  * There are currently 100 copies in Europe.
  * Another (larger) shipment from Manning ended up in Singapore somehow!
They
  will return at some point in the next week.
  * The large Charing Cross Road bookshops (Foyles, Blackwells,
Waterstones)
  should all have 3 or 4 copies now.
  * Amazon had (we think) 10 copies. Don't know how many they've sold.
 
 There are two copies here. I *think* they both came from amazon.

I don't know what disturbs me more - my books being sold by Amazon or my
books
being bought by III :)

Dave...


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Re: DMP Availability

2001-02-22 Thread Robert Shiels


 I don't know what disturbs me more - my books being sold by Amazon or my
 books
 being bought by III :)

 Dave...

I want to buy a book "Code" by Charles Petzold.

streetsonline - not available
whsmith 12.45 + 2.74 = 15.19 delivery 1-2 weeks
bol.com 12.59 + 2.95 = 15.54 delivery 3-7 days
pcbooks 13.99 + 3.50 = 17.49 next day delivery
amazon 11.13 + 2.75 = 13.88 dispatched within 24 hours

And the Amazon website has a good review of the book, and several comments
by other people who have bought it, whereas the other sites have no details
at all. No one I've found matches Amazon's service and price for books, if
the others want to compete online they are going to have to do much better.

I boycotted Amazon for a while, and stopped being an Associate, but found I
was buying less books because they were too expensive and hard to get. So I
guess I'm back to them again now.

/Robert




Amazon (was: RE: DMP Availability)

2001-02-22 Thread dcross - David Cross


From: Robert Shiels [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: 22 February 2001 11:59

 I want to buy a book "Code" by Charles Petzold.
 
 streetsonline - not available
 whsmith 12.45 + 2.74 = 15.19 delivery 1-2 weeks
 bol.com 12.59 + 2.95 = 15.54 delivery 3-7 days
 pcbooks 13.99 + 3.50 = 17.49 next day delivery
 amazon 11.13 + 2.75 = 13.88 dispatched within 24 hours

 And the Amazon website has a good review of the book, and several comments
 by other people who have bought it, whereas the other sites have no
details
 at all. No one I've found matches Amazon's service and price for books, if
 the others want to compete online they are going to have to do much
better.

Well no-one's saying you can't use the Amazon site to get reviews and info
about a book :)

 I boycotted Amazon for a while, and stopped being an Associate, but found
I
 was buying less books because they were too expensive and hard to get. So
I
 guess I'm back to them again now.

Since I gave up Amazon, I've found myself going into bookshops more.
Browsing in a bookshop is still _by far_ the best way to buy books.

And I end up buying more books. Because for each book that I got into the
shop looking for, I find another two that seem really interesting. Amazon's
"readers who bought this book..." feature really doesn't achieve the same
thing.

Dave...

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Re: Amazon (was: RE: DMP Availability)

2001-02-22 Thread Dominic Mitchell

On Thu, Feb 22, 2001 at 12:06:32PM -, dcross - David Cross wrote:
 Since I gave up Amazon, I've found myself going into bookshops more.
 Browsing in a bookshop is still _by far_ the best way to buy books.
 
 And I end up buying more books. 

That's the problem!

-Dom



Re: Amazon (was: RE: DMP Availability)

2001-02-22 Thread Aaron Trevena

On Thu, 22 Feb 2001, dcross - David Cross wrote:
 Since I gave up Amazon, I've found myself going into bookshops more.
 Browsing in a bookshop is still _by far_ the best way to buy books.

AOL
 
 And I end up buying more books. Because for each book that I got into the
 shop looking for, I find another two that seem really interesting. Amazon's
 "readers who bought this book..." feature really doesn't achieve the same
 thing.

/me spent 100 quid on books last weekend in skoob books, PC bookshop and
Books etc (walked from goswell road to charing cross street where I spent
another 30 quid on prints and postcard prints, via holborn - quite
pleseant walk as the city and its outskirts are nice and quiet at the
weekend).

A.

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complex system of signals he devised that was later adopted by the Royal 
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Re: DMP Availability

2001-02-22 Thread Philip Newton

Dave Cross wrote:
 Ah. An idea. I'll send a test to the list and cc you and me, so that 
 we can see what's going on. In fact, I'll do it with this mail.

Looks fine from over here. Here are the headers, in case you're interested:

Received: from mailgw5.gedas.de (139.1.44.13 [139.1.44.13]) by
exchange.datenrevision.de with SMTP (Microsoft Exchange Internet Mail
Service Version 5.5.2650.21)
id 1BHBQXMW; Thu, 22 Feb 2001 16:01:14 +0100
Received: from lists.dircon.co.uk (localhost [127.0.0.1])
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+0100 (MET)
Received: (from majordom@localhost)
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Date: Thu, 22 Feb 2001 09:54:50 -0500 (EST)
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Subject: Re: DMP Availability
References:  
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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Cc: Jonathan Stowe [EMAIL PROTECTED], [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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Cheers,
Philip
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Re: DMP Availability

2001-02-22 Thread Dave Cross

At Thu, 22 Feb 2001 14:32:39 + (GMT), Jonathan Stowe [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 On Thu, 22 Feb 2001, dcross - David Cross wrote:
 
  Dave...
  [still posting from Acxiom as the list is still eating mails I send 
  from my dave.org.uk webmail]
 
 I havent seen any bounces from the list here ... What ails you Dave ?

Hmmm that _is_ weird then. Everything that I've sent to the list
in the last week or so from this webmail account has failed to appear
on the list. Mails have got thru to individuals and other lists without
a problem.

Unfortunately, as it's a very primitive webmail (written by me) it
doesn't store the outgoing mails, so I can't see what I'm doing 
wrong.

Ah. An idea. I'll send a test to the list and cc you and me, so that 
we can see what's going on. In fact, I'll do it with this mail.

Cheers,

Dave...