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jonasbn (1153)

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Perl Programmer located in Copenhagen, Denmark. Active member of Copenhagen Perl Mongers.

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Journal of jonasbn (1153)

Thursday May 11, 2006
02:38 AM


[ #29585 ]

I am busy so I am booking every available evening to get some of my TODO point out of the way. Like thursday night, 'Do Taxes' - ok, the LAN in the building where I live decided it shouldn't be in contact with the Internet.

The problem was I needed to go through my bank statements using the online access - note to self, when scheduling a task, make sure you have all resources handy, make an export when connected.

But that is not all, I took another task, 'Redo Website', I had all the software on my laptop, so I started coding, "...and then I just need to integrate with this here module" *BOOM* - module not available, CVS tree not up to date - note to self, make sure you have all resources handy, make an CVS update when connected.

I have also experienced IPs changing, yes it is cool to have a laptop and I can code almost everywhere, but I sometimes need access to my CVS repository - so I guess I have to add some more points to my TODO list:

  • Look into VPN
  • Look into SVK

Will this TODO list EVER get shorter???

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  • It's also pretty easy to get going if you've used subversion at all. It's really easy to install on Debian, just "apt-get install svk". The SVKTutorial [] page is also a good, quick intro.


  • try 'svk help intro' after you've installed it -- one page with all the basics; gets you started right away.