-- William Gibson, All Tomorrow's Parties
Spent the majority of the day yesterday hanging out with Kyle and Pete at Factory. Went to lunch at the supergood Mexican place on ~9th and Washington, then chilled at the space until 2000 or so.
Got SMTP-TLS working on the Factory mailserver, did a little more work on gate, the new firewall, and spent a couple hours reading bash.org.
With regards to SMTP-TLS, a couple years ago I waded through getting Postfix TLS and sasldb for a machine at work. This run through, I just used The Perfect Setup HOWTO and was done with it.
The only thing that really bugs me was having to use a couple backports for libsasl2, which possibly I didn't need (since I'm using the pwcheck daemon, authenticating against /etc/shadow), but I didn't think about it too much.
There are also a few useful notes here.
Around 2000, Ian showed up with his friend Mike and Samid. Ian had his LinuxWorld swag, including a copy of Sun's Java Desktop System, which we've all been very interested in seeing.
Shortly after that, Pete and I took off, as it was getting late and it was already hovering around 0 degrees out.
Ah, Pennsylvania winters. How I love you like truck.