Django work available
A quick tip for anyone with time to spare: The company I work for, DUO Interactive, LLC, is in need of some extra Djangonauts for some small to mid-sized projects. The work is payable on an hourly basis, and can scale up or down based on availability. Most of the ...read more
django-eve-db is Ready to Roll
python-colormath 1.0.6 Released
Django for EVE Online Development
Django + Disqus or Intense Debate… Fight!
Update (3/4/2012): Since this article was posted in early 2010, Disqus has continued to improve. IntenseDebate has made some progress, but hasn’t been able to keep up with Disqus as far as continued development goes. As of this week, `I have switched to Disqus`_. This article ...read more
PIL + TIFF = Fun
We had to do some things at work using TIFF files with software that relied on the presence of certain TIFF Tags. We’re slowly phasing out some legacy C applications with Python equivalents, and decided to use Python Imaging Library for the task.
Everything worked brilliantly, aside from the ...read more
Evennia MUD Server IRC Channel
To improve collaboration, the Evennia MUD Server project now has an IRC channel on Freenode, #evennia. We have taken it a step further and linked this up with our test game, so those messing around in-game can still talk/listen on the IMCEvennia channel (which is also replicated to the ...read more
python-fedex 0.1 Released
After a few weeks of slow work, I finally have released python-fedex. This module is a very light wrapper around suds and the Fedex WSDLs. There is very little abstraction, the idea is just to handle the annoying WSDL stuff behind-the-scenes and raise some basic exceptions if really bad things ...read more
Snow Leopard 10.6.0 client DNS problems
It would appear that Snow Leopard 10.6.0 has an issue with client-side DNS resolution. Symptoms include erratic resolution of domain names from local network DNS servers for any command or application using gethostbyname(). However, using the host or nslookup commands resolve things correctly.
The current best resource for ...read more
Python 2.6 on MacPorts is fixed
As the title suggests, Python 2.6 may now be compiled without problem via MacPorts on Snow Leopard. The issue was fixed early in the weekend. Onward!read more