Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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September 26th, 2010

Mon plan: Complete “Patch Monday” podcast; lingering loose ends on this server migration; whatever else I have energy for.

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Ah, a client’s clever IT Manager is out of the office until 11 October, but doesn’t give details of who’s in his place. Silly man.

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“Yay”, he says weakly. “That’s the second batch of server migration work done. There’s more, but it’s less intense over the next two days.”

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There shall now be coffee, codeine, and further work on the “Patch Monday” podcast.

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Many thanks to @servepath, @BobcaresTweets and @linode for their fine work so far. But yes, there shall be further tinkering.

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And @GrogsGamut responds to his outing by The Australian’s @jamesmassola http://arseh.at/dd Ping @jayrosen_nyu

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News Ltd lashing out at critics is nothing new, @thewinchesterau. It’s Standard Operating Procedure these days. All a bit childish IMO.

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Thank you @jdub! Unless @TurnbullMalcolm has a spare 10 mins at the airport, the “Patch Monday” podcast is about some FLOSS stuffs.

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Journalist at The Australian @jamesmassola outs blogger @GrogsGamut as public servant. http://bit.ly/cQ5NR6 Ping @jayrosen_nyu

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@jdub I should indeed have that chat with you about various FLOSS things for “Patch Monday”. I have various times available. See a DM.

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Tonight’s server migration is ahead of schedule now. Annoyingly, I’ve had to get a support guy onto one bit of software.

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Annoying GUI arsehattery #204: “Your login was successful. Click here to proceed.” JUST GIVE ME THE INTERFACE! Bloody TPP Internet!

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Tonight’s batch of migrations is easier, just 5 large accounts which’ll take ages each, not all the fiddly little ones But I must write too.

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@wraptinweb Webby “business hours” is a flexible concept, yes, but all these clients are Australian businesses serving Australians.

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@wraptinweb I’m doing a server migration this weekend. Must needs be done outside business hours. Batches from midnight to 6am.

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Awakens, slowly,

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@peterjblack I suspect that watching Masterchef and Glee have drained all the creativity from your soul. Hence a dead blog.

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Now there’s a phrase you don’t hear every day.

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Lazily being lazy with a drink, before a slothful wait until I prep for my midnight start. Another 0000-0600 session tonight, and beyond.

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RT @peterjblack: Stephen Colbert grills Google’s Eric Schmidt http://bit.ly/bsaF0f [FFS haven’t we got enough cooking shows already?]

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23 images from “How to Photograph an Atomic Bomb”, a book which has many more. http://arseh.at/d2

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@GeordieGuy What’s so odd about compressing a file before downloading it? [puzzled]

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Thinking I probably should hove compressed this ginormous file before downloading it. The stripey bar gets longer all too slowly.

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@jdub I haven’t touched upon that local-peering angle of the NBN, no. Definitely one for me to explore.

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@jeamland Hah! An episode on DNS horror stories is perhaps too geeky. Or too marrow a kind of geeky anyway.

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@jdub Your idea of a natter about sysadmin stuff could work, yes. New tools to make your life easier. I shall ponder for a bit.

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In amongst all the sysadmin work this weekend, there hasn’t been must thought given to “Patch Monday”. This’ll be interesting. Sigh.

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Sun plan: Easy day tidying up the server; afternoon or evening nap; another 6-hour migration session starting midnight. And “Patch Monday”?

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@SnarkyPlatypus Bonjour. Vous remarquerez peut-être que vous rencontrez un nouveau monde d’aujourd’hui. J’ai, quant à lui, je suis mort.

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@errolwi @wolfcat And in photo #10, another railway-related not-quite-in-time, from China. http://arseh.at/cs

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