Stats for the download bouncer

Many of the national language teams will be happy with the following announcement. There are now Download Statistics being produced for the downloads from the bouncer. The stats are generated once daily around 08:05 UTC. Inside the stats folder you will find a series of folders with dates as their name. Inside each of… Continue reading Stats for the download bouncer

Spaces around colons

Today I discovered why it is that the French have been placing a space in front of colons (:), and it has been driving me mad.  In English it is usually seen as being wrong to place a space before a colon. However according to Lars Aronsson on the lingu-dev mailing list, it is normal… Continue reading Spaces around colons

Dissertation Finally Complete

I’ve now completed my dissertation and handed it in. I completed the presentation this morning. So now that it’s over, I can get on with some real work and hopefully earn some money. I found the presentation quite tough to write (though no where near as tough as the dissertation), as I didn’t think I… Continue reading Dissertation Finally Complete

Categorised as uni, work

Safari 3.0 Beta

I’m taking the new Safari 3.0 Beta for a test drive. I have to say, I’m quite impressed with it in many ways. For the past few months I’ve been using Camino, as it has had a few features that Safari didn’t have. Safari is now a lot faster than before. Buttons are being custom… Continue reading Safari 3.0 Beta

Categorised as Apple

UK Government gives response to OpenDocument online petition

The UK (Westminster) Government has given a response to the petition on a petition calling on the UK Government to use the OpenDocument format for the storage of documents.Read the UK Government’s response to the OpenDocument Petition It seems that they are making no firm commitment to use the OpenDocument format, though are continually reviewing… Continue reading UK Government gives response to OpenDocument online petition