TCPSP implements tcp splicing for the Linux kernel. The tcp splicing is a technique to splice two connections inside the kernel, so that data relaying between the two connections can be run at near router speeds. This technique can be used to speed up layer-7 switching, web proxy and application firewall running in the user space.
Keeps on spreadin’
Subcon allows you to store your essential system configuration files in a subversion repository and easily deploy different configurations to machines in a cluster. It also features optional integration with SystemImager, enabling the deployment of system images and configuration in a single step. A flexible configuration file provides the ability to start, stop, or restart services or run arbitrary scripts when a change in a file or set of files is detected.
Not safe for work, kids. And if you’re offended by (very) scantly clad bodies, avoid.
The engines plugin enhances Rails plugins, allowing sharing of code, views and other aspects of your application in a clear and managed way.
This morning’s reports say the budgie is believed to have been smuggled into the prison by a female visitor who concealed the bird internally in her body.
Hmmm… mixed feelings. The mono typeface is terrible, the sans one looks like the bastard child of Helvetica and Verdana, but the serif’s not bad.
Serialising data functionally.
This is just plain stupid. I’m really, really happy I don’t live in the US right now.
A free font, and a pretty sweet one at that.
I would like to thank the Irish Independent for finally scrapping unison.ie, getting a decent site design, and joining the 21st century.
Creative Commons music publishing.
Here’s how you deal with a scum-sucking incumbent telco.