Updated: 6/10/2002; 3:00:02 a.m..
Myelin: Radio Dev
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Monday, 23 September 2002

Damn - the aggregator verifies every url it sees in the aggregatorData.stories table and ignores stories that have urls that aren't in the subscriptions table.

local (adrservice = @adrdata^.services.[adritem^.url])
if not defined (adrservice^)

11:26:09 PM    comment []

Dave Winer:

It's interesting to watch Phillip Pearson, a Python programmer, learn how to program in Radio. The two languages are quite close.  [Scripting News]

Yeah, they're not that different, as far as languages go.  I'd place UserTalk somewhere in between Perl and Python -- the heavy use of pointers reminds me of references in Perl, whereas the code itself tends to make it look like Python.

So far it's not bad.  The compiler is strict enough that it doesn't let silly bugs through easily (like PHP ;), and the docserver is very much like the Python module index, except with info on operators as well.

11:24:48 PM    comment []

Hello to Martin Gerber!

Hmm ... the first foreign language blog on pycs.net!  Unfortunately I don't know German, so I have no idea what it's about.  Great to have him on board though ;-)

10:35:16 PM    comment []

This is odd.  I can't see any traffic going through the web server on this box, but web pages are downloading really slowly.  Is my ISP penalising me for all the traffic from Googlebot earlier today?
9:07:22 PM    comment []

Once you've written a tool, what do you do?  Do you sell it?  Give it away?

reb says that xml-rpc.it is the place to go if you want to sell.  ActiveRenderer uses it for registration.

9:02:49 PM    comment []

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