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Tuesday Jun 26, 2007
By Dave Miner-Oracle on Jun 26, 2007
Anyway, I also spent nearly a half hour getting the right settings for ScribeFire to work with blogs.sun.com's Roller services, since the references I turned up in the internal mail archives were wrong. It turns out the correct answer is in an example in the Roller 3.1 User Guide, so I figured I might as well record them here so I and others will get it right in the future with a little less time wasted.
For ScribeFire 1.3.5, tell the account wizard:
- blog url: http://blogs.sun.com/dminer
- press Manually Configure
- select Custom Blog
- select MetaWeblog API
- Server API URL: http://blogs.sun.com/roller-services/xmlrpc
- provide username and password
Wednesday Jan 31, 2007
By Dave Miner-Oracle on Jan 31, 2007
Rather than spend a huge amount of time preparing boring StarOffice slides for tonight's talk to NEOSUG, I've taken the tack of driving it off the OpenSolaris project's content directly.
- Source browser tour, OpenGrok
- Communities (43) and Projects (66) tour
- Systems Admininistrators
- PowerPC port
- Architecture Process and Tools (ARC)
- How to participate
- proposing a project
- proposing a community
Tuesday May 17, 2005
By Dave Miner-Oracle on May 17, 2005
I've been at Sun for just shy of 15 years. In fact, just ordered my anniversary gift last night - a nice Seiko watch which I probably won't wear very often. I suffer(?) from a fairly low bling quotient.
My primary expertise is in networking protocols and system management. The most visible thing I've contributed to Solaris is the DHCP Manager GUI; the most recent, parts of the new SMF inetd(1M) implementation in Solaris 10. The oldest? Well, there's still some code in sysidtool(1M) of which I was the original author. Along the way, I also spent some time doing PC-NFS-related software, building a modestly successful but little-remembered product called SolarNet PC-Admin, from whence the Solaris DHCP server originated. Got to write some Windows GUI code for that product. I probably like GUI's more than your typical Solaris engineer ;-)
Nowadays I'm responsible for the Solaris network configuration protocols and services, and also the Solaris installation software. We're making plans for a lot of improvements in these areas, I expect I'll be able to write more about that in the not-too-distant future. Meantime I'll have some notes on DHCP or inetd to talk about; if you've got specific questions on either topic drop me a note here or post 'em on comp.unix.solaris or email@example.com, where I regularly answer questions.
I'm the architect for Solaris deployment and system management, with a lot of background in networking on the side. I am co-author of the OpenSolaris Bible (Wiley, 2009). I also play a lot of golf.
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