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Written on: 27. 10. 2005 [12:07]
braulio
Braulio Solano Rojas
Topic creator
registered since: 16.05.2008
Posts: 2
Hello everyone.

Jesús Aneiros has been added to the isis project at sourceforge just
yesterday. He is going to help me with the extension.

A work to reach thread safety must be done before adding new features and
such.

Another pair of hands is a lot of help. Thanks Jesús.

Roger, are you OK? Had you any troubles with the rain?

Saludos a todos.

B.

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Written on: 27. 10. 2005 [12:39]
orkcu@yahoo.com
Peña
registered since: 31.12.1969
Posts: 0
--- Braulio José Solano Rojas <braulio@solsoft.co.cr>
wrote:

> Hello everyone.
>
> Jesús Aneiros has been added to the isis project at
> sourceforge just
> yesterday. He is going to help me with the
> extension.
>
that is a wonderfull news icon_smile.gif


> A work to reach thread safety must be done before
> adding new features and
> such.
>
> Another pair of hands is a lot of help. Thanks
> Jesús.
>
> Roger, are you OK? Had you any troubles with the
> rain?

no, not with the rain, but we do with the sea's water
penetration (penentraciones del mar)
look at the images from habana malecon neigbordhood

http://moya.latertulia.org/wilma/


the pictures aren't mine but who cares, is the same
havana icon_frown.gif

just this morning we got electricity again in my work
place

cu
roger



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Written on: 27. 10. 2005 [13:05]
braulio
Braulio Solano Rojas
Topic creator
registered since: 16.05.2008
Posts: 2
Roger Peña Escobio wrote:
>
>> Roger, are you OK? Had you any troubles with the
>> rain?
>
> no, not with the rain, but we do with the sea's water
> penetration (penentraciones del mar)
> look at the images from habana malecon neigbordhood
>
> http://moya.latertulia.org/wilma/

I am sorry to see that much water in La Havana. icon_frown.gif People in my country
had troubles as well but only on the pacific coast.

Funny guy who did those pictures. I liked that title "Marisol llega a
rescatarme". icon_biggrin.gif

> the pictures aren't mine but who cares, is the same
> havana icon_frown.gif
>
> just this morning we got electricity again in my work
> place

At least... well I hope you are going to be better.

By the way, I just added to the CVS of the isis project on sourceforge a
new module called Namasol. It is a Bribrí word name for a mountain the
Bribris believe sacred in Talamanca, Limón (Costa Rica). I will add today
a .glade file. It is a GUI to replace that f*ck*g WinIsis.

I've been thinking a lot, I am sick of the attitude from people. But I
believe in us... With that Glade file we can generate code for PHP-GTK.
Anybody wanting to help me adding widgets is more than welcome. By now I
am trying just to copy all the widgets from WinIsis. I think we could use
Smarty for formats and PHP for plugins.

Anyone wants to be added to http://sourceforge.net/projects/biosis? I
will base that project on Klaus's database. Maybe we could help to find a
cure for AIDS. Who knows?

We should name some project after Klaus since he gave us a lot... icon_wink.gif

Abrazos a todos,

B.

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Written on: 27. 10. 2005 [18:30]
paul@malete.org
Klaus Ripke
registered since: 31.12.1969
Posts: 0
On Thu, Oct 27, 2005 at 09:39:30AM -0700, Roger Pe=F1a wrote:
> --- Braulio Jos=E9 Solano Rojas <braulio@solsoft.co.cr>
> wrote:
> > Jes=FAs Aneiros has been added to the isis project at
> > sourceforge just
> > yesterday. He is going to help me with the
> > extension.
> that is a wonderfull news icon_smile.gif
absolutely

> > A work to reach thread safety must be done before
> > adding new features and
> > such.
huh
hmmmm
please send me notes on why you need thread safety.
In short: making a library "thread safe" by guarding it
with some mutex is straight forward, but I am not currently
planning for general multithreaded use.

We had this -to some extend- in the first version
known as "OpenIsis" but we never got to the last
dirty details and, with Malete, decided to skip that issue.

> just this morning we got electricity again in my work
> place
good to hear there's nothing more serious.


Just one more short note from my holidays:
I guess we made a big step in outlining Selene.
After trying long and hard to find a way to combine
highest server performance with greatest flexibility
and ease of use, I broke the tie by planning two versions.
First, in a "standard version", we will focus on
flexility and ease of use, both in-process
(like Braulio's PHP extension) and as a scriptable server.
The features needed for the utmost ridiculous speed
can be used only within a server (because the software
needs to be very reliable) and are so intricate
they are not well suited for general use.
So we will do a special "ridiculous speed" version
later, maybe even as commercial project.


Anyway, assume the official Selene to be simple and robust,
with good performance, not stunning, but usually still
beating the faster of MySQL and Postgres by a factor of
two or so...

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Written on: 27. 10. 2005 [18:49]
orkcu@yahoo.com
Peña
registered since: 31.12.1969
Posts: 0
--- Klaus Ripke <paul@malete.org> wrote:

> On Thu, Oct 27, 2005 at 09:39:30AM -0700, Roger Peña
> wrote:
> > just this morning we got electricity again in my
> work
> > place
> good to hear there's nothing more serious.

just for the record.

I was talking about _me_ and my family (muy egoista de
mi parte, lo siento mucho) but, there are people who
lost all what they have, look at the images, their
houses get _under_ sea water, and remember that the
salt is very aggressive to metal and others materials
so cars, refrigerator (freezers), any electronic
device (tv, audio system, electrodomestic equipment)
get almost and some case complete destroyed, but also
any wood materials get damage.
not to mention that some people get serious damages in
their building/house structure

so, this huracane was very bad for a lot of peoples
here icon_frown.gif

cu
roger



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Written on: 27. 10. 2005 [19:45]
paul@malete.org
Klaus Ripke
registered since: 31.12.1969
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On Thu, Oct 27, 2005 at 03:49:17PM -0700, Roger Pe=F1a wrote:
> I was talking about _me_ and my family (muy egoista de
> mi parte, lo siento mucho)
no no

> so, this huracane was very bad for a lot of peoples
> here icon_frown.gif
claro, we saw the news

it's a very sad story, especially recognizing that major
responsibility for all this climate fuckup lies in the USA
which did so much to make live hard in Cuba for decades.

Yet the fate of a friend is another issue and it is good
to know you had no major problems.

Right now I am on the german island Sylt, about 100 meters
away from the sea, which next to completely flooded this island
in 1968. And it can happen again, this year, or next year.
The next big wave is for sure going to simply take away the house
I am sitting in right now.
In this rich country almost all survivors will be saved,
unlike e.g. the earthquake victims in Pakistan.
However, who is drowned right away is drowned and stays dead.

I guess doing software we can not do that much to make
the US sign and respect the Kyoto protocol by tomorrow.
They are a completely lost nation anyway.
But if we can help to improve education by whatever small amount,
it will help in the long term.
It's one reasonable thing to do, no?


saludos

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Written on: 27. 10. 2005 [20:16]
braulio
Braulio Solano Rojas
Topic creator
registered since: 16.05.2008
Posts: 2
Hi.

Klaus Ripke wrote:
> On Thu, Oct 27, 2005 at 09:39:30AM -0700, Roger Peña wrote:
>> --- Braulio José Solano Rojas <braulio@solsoft.co.cr>
>> wrote:
>> > Jesús Aneiros has been added to the isis project at
>> > sourceforge just
>> > yesterday. He is going to help me with the
>> > extension.
>> that is a wonderfull news icon_smile.gif
> absolutely
>
>> > A work to reach thread safety must be done before
>> > adding new features and
>> > such.
> huh
> hmmmm
> please send me notes on why you need thread safety.
> In short: making a library "thread safe" by guarding it
> with some mutex is straight forward, but I am not currently
> planning for general multithreaded use.

icon_wink.gif

Well, I was actually talking about PHP. For instance INI variables are
actually global variables and they need to be thread safe. There are some
macros I have not used that achieve that. And I need thread safety for
stand alone access to databases. I plan to use a mutex when writing and
reading. Just that. Not that I am planning to use multithreading inside
the extension. There is a cleaning to do.

> So we will do a special "ridiculous speed" version
> later, maybe even as commercial project.

Yes, you should. I would even maybe be a client.

> Anyway, assume the official Selene to be simple and robust,
> with good performance, not stunning, but usually still
> beating the faster of MySQL and Postgres by a factor of
> two or so...

icon_smile.gif

Ciao.

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Written on: 27. 10. 2005 [20:24]
braulio
Braulio Solano Rojas
Topic creator
registered since: 16.05.2008
Posts: 2
Klaus Ripke wrote:
> On Thu, Oct 27, 2005 at 03:49:17PM -0700, Roger Peña wrote:
>
> I guess doing software we can not do that much to make
> the US sign and respect the Kyoto protocol by tomorrow.
> They are a completely lost nation anyway.
> But if we can help to improve education by whatever small amount,
> it will help in the long term.
> It's one reasonable thing to do, no?
>

Well... I don't think that gringos are going to sign Kyoto protocol ever.
I believe the company that is in charge of reconstructing destroyed lands
of USA is somehow related to the vice-president. You can read about that
in Newsweek. Everything is about money at the high spheres even if that
destroys the planet.

B.

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Written on: 28. 10. 2005 [13:59]
jas@ehtcf.co.cu
jas
registered since: 31.12.1969
Posts: 0
Braulio José Solano Rojas escribió:

>Hello everyone.
>
>Jesús Aneiros has been added to the isis project at sourceforge just
>yesterday. He is going to help me with the extension.
>
>
>
Thanks Braulio,

I'll try to do my best to help the development of the extension.

Que tengan un buen fin de semana.

--a.

>A work to reach thread safety must be done before adding new features and
>such.
>
>Another pair of hands is a lot of help. Thanks Jesús.
>
>Roger, are you OK? Had you any troubles with the rain?
>
>Saludos a todos.
>
>B.
>
>
>
>


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