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#1 2006-12-14 11:38 AM

biologz
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From: Puking on the pavement
Registered: 2005-11-02
Posts: 393

Re: Forum's fan

Hi dear friends,

I have to crongratulate myself for my new status: Forum's Fan. Lol i love it.

But i don't know if i really deserve it because i haven't posted something interesting for a long long time...unfortunately i can't write C code at my work... :'(

Ok now i have a new responsibility so be careful...i'll be back, with fresh new C coding posts. Lol judging from the relevance of this post i assume you can doubt it (so do i) :-)

Hey Rob find me a place in your company please. I'm ready to live in USA for 1 or 2 years, coding all day long so i can post more stuff :-)

ok so now i have to put some C code:

printf("Goodbye\n");
printf("...\n");
printf("I am the C language, i know printf\n");
printf("Well in fact i coded printf when i was at school...it was funny\n");
printf ("Var args  :-)\n");
printf("Don't think all french are as stupid as me ;-)\n");
exit (0);

gethostbyintuition() is still a dream of mine

                                                 -- quoted from bash

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#2 2006-12-14 02:42 PM

RobSeace
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From: Boston, MA
Registered: 2002-06-12
Posts: 3,753
Website

Re: Forum's fan

Hey Rob find me a place in your company please.

I doubt they're hiring anyone at the moment, since we've been going through rather
lean times for the past couple years...  But, you're welcome to give it a try, if you
want to live around Boston (or can convince them to let you work from wherever
else you want to stay), and don't mind getting paid a lot less than you'd likely be
able to make elsewhere...  But, I'm just a simple code-monkey, and don't really
have any influence over who they hire... ;-)  (They've tried to promote me to
management in the past, but I've flatly refused...  I want nothing to do with power
over others; it's enough work just keeping control of my own damn life, without
trying to control anyone else's! ;-))

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#3 2006-12-14 03:41 PM

biologz
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From: Puking on the pavement
Registered: 2005-11-02
Posts: 393

Re: Forum's fan

Hey rob i was wondering something.

i entered your name in google and i found some interesting results:

archive.cert.uni-stuttgart.de/archive/vuln-dev/2001/02/threads.html
lists.virus.org/vuln-dev-0104/threads.html

is it you? are you interested in security?


gethostbyintuition() is still a dream of mine

                                                 -- quoted from bash

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#4 2006-12-14 06:37 PM

RobSeace
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From: Boston, MA
Registered: 2002-06-12
Posts: 3,753
Website

Re: Forum's fan

Yeah, that's me...  You can tell by my trademark of ending every sentence with
elipses... ;-)  (Plus, my .sig gives my E-mail and homepage, which matches my
profile here...)

Yeah, I used to post on the vuln-dev list, and occassionally bugtraq, fairly often...
I still subscribe, but don't generally post these days (or even really get time to read
most of the messages, anymore)...  I'm somewhat interested in security issues, but
not quite as much these days as I used to be...  I still find it all highly interesting, but
just don't have much time to devote to keeping up with it all...

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#5 2009-12-17 06:15 AM

Naguellegange
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Re: Forum's fan

I have my profile and messages "checked" to email me when
updates are posted against my messages however I do not
receive any emails.

Can someone tell me when I receive email where the source
header displays as the origin of the email and server?

I want to check that there are no filters or blocks stopping
email from the Synology Forums source.

Thanks,
Ken

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