While browsing through my pile of board games I recently re-discovered the old Go board that I used to play with many years ago. I felt an immediate rush of nostalgia and talked my wife into playing an 11x11 game with me. Her discouraging comment after the game went something like "@#*&%!!!", so I was forced to look for alternative playing opportunities. The result is a trial installation of the "Dragon Go Server" software on herzbube.ch.
After some difficulties with finding a suitable date for an appointment, I finally met Thomas, my first CAcert assurer on May 5th 2007. We met in the train while commuting to work/to a training course, and completed the CAP process in under 5 minutes. Thomas later awarded me 10 points, the maximum he had at this time. 5 days later, on May 10th 2007, the points were registered at cacert.org.
Hooray, my first points! :-) Thank you Thomas!
Have you ever created a self-signed digital certificate, or created your own pseudo Certificate Authority (CA) so that you could issue your own certificates? Have you done so because you did not want to buy these certificates from VeriSign or some other commercial CA for an exorbitant annual fee? Were you annoyed that web browsers and other client software displayed alarm messages when they encountered your own, "cheaply manufactured" certificates - thereby implying to users that those certificates are not to be trusted?
Enter CAcert, a CA that issues digital certificates for free!
AceXpander 1.1 is now a universal binary. To make this possible, the application has been completely re-implemented in Objective-C. As usual you can find everything on the AceXpander page.
Once again, this is not a feature release. Almost all of the new stuff has happened behind the scenes, e.g.
- a crippling bug in the intermediate release 1.0.2 has been fixed
- in the source tar ball you will find a couple of UML diagrams and you can generate source code documentation with doxygen
- the way how the
unacebinary is launched has changed completely
I have released AceXpander 1.0.1 - you can download it here. Feature-wise the release is not interesting. The new stuff has happened on the artistic side: I have added an application and a document icon, and the project has now a slightly different name to accomodate the new icons and logo (new name: AceXpander, old name: AceExpander).
I have finally ditched my old PGP key, from now on please use the updated public key that is available from the URL that you can see on the bottom of every page on this site.
Finally there is a Debian package for Bugzilla 2.20. I have upgraded the site to the 2.20 version.