If anyone ever, ever, ever dares saying again that open-source-ness is not relevant to security assessment (or worse, that it’s counter-productive), I will kick them to China. Freedom of choice, yeah right.
Monthly Archives: January 2010
At times I wonder why people don’t quit with compulsive web socials and hang out for a beer.
I’ve recently completed reading Masterminds of Programming, a book written by Federico Biancuzzi and Shane Warden and published by O’Reilly, which collects several interviews to some of the most influential programming language developers around the world. For the impatient, the bottom line first: it’s a very insightful book and it’s definitely worth the money, but [...]
Exim is one of the most flexible MTAs on the market. Its optional modules for database connectivity and its extensive config syntax allow full customization and use of external data sources. Provided LDAP backend allows three kinds of database query lookups: ldap: This does an LDAP lookup using a query in the form of a [...]
Using django 1.1.1 framework with dmigrations tool, I’ve discovered that they don’t honour mysql naming conventions correctly. In fact, mysql has a limit of 64 characters on table names, index names and column names, but django doesn’t take it into account when generating tables and indices from models.
Of course building from sources packages like wxPython in buildout led me to this: (Remixed by Matt Hamilton, original from http://xkcd.com/303)