My previous PGP key (ID:
0xA03F4261) is no more. :-(. It expired yesterday, and before I extend its lifetime, I accidentally did
rm -rf .gnupg. So, from today I’m using a new PGP key (with no expiry date). Following are the details:
PGP Key ID:
PGP Key Fingerprint:
1E00 4679 77E4 F8EE 2E4B 56F2 1F2F 8410 762E 5E74
Public Key: http://keyserv.nic-se.se:11371/pks/lookup?op=get&search=0x1F2F8410762E5E74
I just discovered a cool service named OpenDNS. OpenDNS provides a free domain name resolution server. The domain name resolution is quite fast and with no noticeable latency. They also provide a phishing filter, where phishing sites were blocked at the time of domain name resolution, and typo-correction.
So, why not try it.
Well, I recently stopped using Gaim, as I realized that I’m not using any other IM technologies except Jabber (well I’m also using IRC but not on Gaim), so why carry a Swiss Army Knife. So, for Jabber, I’m using Gajim (Gaim with a
j in the middle). It is available as an RPM from Fedora Extras. It supports Gmail notification, and couple of other extensions to XMPP protocol like Multi-user chat etc., XML console and many more (which I’ve not encountered yet) in addition to core XMPP protocol.
Last fortnight, I created an SRPM for Exaile to Z0D. Exaile is a cool amaroK like media player for GNOME. It is written in Python. It also supports my now favorite last.fm track submission. Anyways, you can download the SRPM from http://wahjava.googlepages.com/exaile-0.2.5b-1.src.rpm (md5sum –
50d2a83185b0173ba24eec81efc8b9bf). Happy Exaileing
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