This here is a 2011 attempt to refurbish my got.net top level
page http://got.net/~landauer/index.html , which seems to have
vanished at some point. I restored the next paragraph from what
I think it was last, and the next couple compe from a time of
temporary outage at Radio Userland. This will all move to
Where I noticed, I changed the radio.weblogs.com links to be
radio-weblogs.com. I'll have to do this systematically later,
and/or link to my (not yet extant) l6r.us static mirror of my little corner of
that once-prominent weblog community, once I get that
— D.L., ke5
This part of my web site changes a lot less frequently than
the weblog does. In the navigation links to the right,
the parenthesized ones are external links.
Ah, and this isn't even at index.txt
Gak! Jeez, I shoulda just saved the origs, it's
gonna be hell getting all of those msgs back out.
It's index2.txt instead.
Buffer does it end with LF, CR, CR+LF, or LF+CR?
Or something else? Is it empty?
Crap. 90% of everything.
I try again and again.
Still more testing — my upstreaming from
the Mac OS X side of my machine & Radio installation
works ok for the Radio UserLand servers, but
was broken for the gotNet subdirectory which
is supposed to upstream to my own ISP.
Try some more, still broken on bc5.
I located system.verbs.builtions.tcp.ftp.writeFile, and added
some debugging msg calls into the Usertalk code there.
We'll see whether that has any effect.
My mostly-local navigation links appear at the right.
Parenthesized ones are external links.
- bp — Backpacking and hiking
- cs — Computer "Science" (more like practical and
impractical projects related to programming)
- mtb — Mountain Biking. Local (Northern California
Advocacy Organizations, and some links to some studies).
- lists — Some random lists that I collated
- etc — Other Stuff
- (Lambda) —
the Ultimate programming languages weblog
- (your radio desktop) —
if you're running Radio Userland, this link should bring you directly
to your Radio desktop website. Not so useful for you, perhaps, but
handy for me.
Here is a Glossary of the
macros that the default Radio Userland templates use.