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Name: Estêvão Samuel Procópio
Member since: 2004-01-11 21:06:20
Last Login: 2010-11-11 17:32:32

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I'm a contributor with the GNOME Project with bug reports, some patches and i18n.

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News and a Free PalmOS SDK

Well, people... I've been very busy lately, but with all these end-year-celebrations I could get a little time for hacking... unfortunately this time is ending today. The new year is arriving with a lot of work to do...

The news are that now I'm a system analyst that needs to work hard to earn some money.. Which means that I'm having just a little hack-time... but with the advances in our project, I hope this can be solved. :)

cascardo and I started a project some time ago... this is called FreePalm and aims to develop a libre PalmOS SDK (that will replace the proprietary SDK used today to develop m68k PalmOS applications) and also a libre PalmOS clone. The SDK is going well and I'm already able to compile some test-programs I made... I'll try to get them available at my site ASAP.

19 Sep 2005 (updated 1 Jan 2006 at 22:03 UTC) »

My other blog is in 'pt_BR'... I'm going to update this one, so that you can stay in touch with what I'm doing also in 'en'. That's it, for now!

18 Sep 2005 (updated 18 Sep 2005 at 19:10 UTC) »
My other blog

Well... These days I was playing with my new blog... actualy, my Brazilian blog... I'm using a cherrypy one made by kov with some modifications. I spent these days setting it up and implementing some XMLRPC so that I could post with gnome-blog. Now I'm testing it. When it finishes posting, it exists... and I'm seeing if this happens with advogato too... :] I forgot to mension... the link to my new blog is this

PHP and I: together again

Well... I was needing a simple mailing list manager in PHP for one of our sites... and I found something at Sourceforge called Postlister. It's not really a mailing list manager, but then I realised that we didn't need one at all... :] It served our purpose, which was sending messages to a group of people. It does this by using a web interface instead of sending a mail to the list.

The first thing I noted was that it just didn't work! I configured an username and password, but it just didn't stop asking me to login. Even in the subscribe and confirm pages. When I looked into the code, I found the problem. He was considering the server, post and get variables the old way (register_globals=on). After all the hard work of setting things like $PHP_SELF to $_SERVER['PHP_SELF'], it worked quite well... and I really liked it... There are some missing features, like saving the list messages in an archive, but I want to do it soon... I have just sent a message to the project administrator and I'm waiting for a reply...

8 Sep 2005 (updated 8 Sep 2005 at 12:21 UTC) »

LPT on Linux

Yesterday I started playing with that LEDs in Linux... I made a small program that sends bytes to the parport... if you wanna take a look... It runs only as root, because there's a call to ioperm()... We want to make this program control something cool, like lights in a house... and we also want internet interface...

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