Anyone on here using Charter Telephone VOIP service? I've currently
got Verizon, but the wife hates it because our phone lines get flaky
all the time, esp when it rains.
So I'm thinking to save money and combine all my stuff onto Charter.
I've already got High Speed internet and regular old cable. Not wild
about Digital Cable since I'm happy with Tivo and I don't want yet
another set top box to have to deal with...
So, any horror stories about Charter Phone VOIP quality and service?
"AMD has just published the first bits of open-source 3D programming
documentation for ATI GPUs. This 3D programming documentation covers
the R500 series and even goes back with information on the R300/400
series as well. The R600 3D programming guide will also be out soon.
This information available today is what will foster the growth of
open-source R500/600 3D support for the Radeon and RadeonHD drivers as
well as R600 2D acceleration."
Yeah, I'm still *in* the meeting. Glory be to laptops. I'm building a
PyGTK scheduling application. It can be downloaded at:
Release 0.1.0 is usable, but I suggest using the SVN trunk - it's
better. I'm probably going to be releasing 0.1.1 in a few weeks.
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Our next meeting is this Thursday, Feb 21st, 2008 at 7:00 PM in the
Access Grid room on the WPI campus in Worcester, MA USA.
I'll update the website when it comes back up. For some reason, I
cannot access www.wlug.org at this time.
There is currently no specified topic for this meeting. If somebody
would like to address the group, please let me know. Otherwise, what I
might do is bring in the Ubuntu 7.10/KDE4 CD and we can explore it
together. I've only had a brief glimpse of it.
Afterwards, we'll retire to a local pizza restaurant for pizzas, sodas,
and great conversation on Linux and other related topics.
See ya there!
Andy Stewart, Founder
Worcester Linux Users' Group (http://www.wlug.org)
Chelmsford Linux Meetup Group (http://linux.meetup.com/393)
Amateur Radio: KB1OIQ
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Our client in northern MA has 2 openings for Linux Application
Engineers. These are 4 + mths contracts.
The work includes some design, full implementation of code, code
reviews, integration with hardware and other software, writing test
plans, and executing test plan.
Linux, multithreaded, multiprocessor, strong C/C++ (emphasis on C++),
strong debugging, good communication skills, and team player.
Most of our Linux applications are user space processes that are in C++,
use a lot of interprocess communications both on the same processor and
on other processors in the system. The IPC is CORBA and Sockets.
We are using Wind River 2.0 release which has Linux 2.6.21.
Processors are Freescale 8548.
Source control is Perforce.
Would be required to design, document designs, and follow company
standard practices and processes.
Optimal Engineering Partners Inc. is now Symphony Services!
Office: 978-256-1113 ext 7608
1 Technology Park Drive
Westford , MA 01886
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The WPI chapter of the ACM (Association for Computing Machinery) is
holding a Swap meet in the WPI Campus Center Odeum this upcoming
Saturday from 10am-6pm. Come by to buy/sell/trade computer hardware
This event has also been advertised in the MIT swap chain.
9 Feb Worcester MA WPI ACM @Campus Ctr Odeum @10AM Free Bob 908 672 2841 +
The Campus Center is building #7 on the 2D walking map:
I just started listening to this interview, and there's a lot of
interesting history being recounted about the supercomputer industry
and microprocessor (particularly AMD) industry and design. I bet a
lot of you would find it interesting, too. They have MP3 and Ogg
Vorbis links in the article: