Monthly Archives: May 2008

Prague

I arrived in Prague yesterday for the Ubuntu Developer Summit.  Including time spent in transit in Singapore and London, the flights took about 30 hours. As I was flying on BA, I got to experience Heathrow Terminal 5. It wasn’t quite as bad as some of the horror stories I’d heard.  There were definitely aspects […]

bzr commit –author

One of the features I recently discovered in Bazaar is the –author option for “bzr commit“.  This lets you make commits to a Bazaar branch on behalf of another person.  When used, the new revision credits two people: you as the committer and the other person as the author. While Bazaar does make it easy […]

SSL caching on Firefox 3

Since upgrading to Ubuntu Hardy, I’ve been enjoying using Firefox 3.  The reduced memory usage has made a lot of other things nicer to use (I don’t feel like I need to buy more memory now).  One thing that is nice to see fixed is caching of SSL content. In previous versions of Firefox, SSL […]