I got the letter published in the Evening News
It seems as though Nvu have been busy. They seem to be nearing a 1.0 release.
Nvu is an open-source project, built on Mozilla.
I submitted the petition to get the Lothian Buses 18 increased in freaquency, Hours increased and an extension to Fort Kinnaird to the South Local Development Committee a week ago.
There is a minor update to the Mail plugin so it should prevent the problem with hotmail requiring verification now.
I have just come accross this remote for Mac OS X, very useful, though the mouse movement is very poor.
Last count over 800 signatures.
Safeway at Hunter’s Tryst have accepted the petition, hopefully I’ll get a good few more signatures.
Last night on the way to the Gyle I came accross yet another person who didn’t know the 18 wasn’t going the full route at 7pm.
I’ve managed to install Subversion. Not yet managed to get it fully up and running yet though, as I can’t find the libraries for Apache 2.
I’ve done some more counting. I currently have 810 signatures. Eventually I’ll get there.
I found these minutes of the Tranport commitee.
Neil Renilson and Bill Campbell answering questions.
Some very interesting comments were made.
After all this junk mail that I got from Hotmail claiming that it was going to increase the space to 250MB, it has now happened.