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Welcome to Chris Petersen's web site

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This is the personal web site of Chris Petersen from Melbourne Australia. Here you will find information about me, things I am interested in, and links to other sites and my friends. You can get in contact with me by sending me e-mail or interacting with my blog.

I work primarily as an Internet Developer so I will be using this site to provide information on Internet technologies and links to useful resources.

The site is currently receiving lots of changes and as a result some bookmark/favorite links to this site could stop working. Any broken links however will redirect to the home page.

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My Blog

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Aptitude
Wednesday 03rd of August 2016 09:58:00 AM
I have fixed this but it is really comforting to know that Canonical can get aptitude working in Windows 10 but not in Ubuntu

E: Could not get lock /var/cache/apt/archives/lock - open (11: Resource temporarily unavailable)

blueproximity KDE
Saturday 16th of July 2016 06:53:00 PM

Not sure why:

rfkill unblock bluetooth

Configure:

  • Lock command: qdbus org.kde.screensaver /ScreenSaver Lock
  • Unlock command: qdbus | grep kscreenlocker_greet | xargs -I {} qdbus {} /MainApplication quit
  • Proximity command: qdbus org.freedesktop.ScreenSaver /ScreenSaver SimulateUserActivity

From here!

Returned, for a moment
Saturday 11th of June 2016 05:40:00 AM
20.04 months
87.09 weeks
609.67 days
14,632.15 hours
877,929 minutes
52,675,740 seconds

Finally I state how HTML 5 sucks
Monday 30th of May 2016 01:28:00 PM
For it's entire life I haven't been fond of HTML 5 standard, I'm now willing to describe why:

1. To quote Sigourney Weaver, you piss on XML without even calling it rain. Your eleventh hour introduction of an XML compatible standard and the introduction of the entire RDF standard confirms this. Your official standard recommends that people continue to piss on XML.
2. Your doctype confirms that you piss on all other standards of HTML, both past and future. It is perfectly obvious that because of this, at some point in the future, HTML 5 will be declared as "bad".
3. You failed. Your intention of standardizing web video formats and all the other things you intended to do didn't actually happen.
4. You failed. What you were supposed to improve the web, it didn't happen. Simply obvious things like multi-hyperlinks simply weren't proposed.
5. You renamed a bunch of shit for the sake of it, good job.
6. The simple job of shoving something in the bottom right corner of a computer screen, possible using "tables"in HTML 3.2, isn't possible in HTML 5 and requires an ever evolving standard, CSS, that has has never officially solved this previously solved basic problem. In the pre-internet days, I would physically punch a computer if this was ever an issue.
7. The advocation for things like CSS and Javascript shows that no-one ever intended for the HTML5 standard to be complete and fully functional / useful.
8. Thank you for ignoring things like like DOM3, innovation can be very hard. Let's wait another 50 years to standardize things that people do every day, like "drag on drop".
9. Nice to see you trying to push new technology. I have to download something called "icemonkey" to see my 10+ year old attempts at RDF actually work.
10. Actually forget innovation. Previously working subsets of standards like RDF's FOAF are hard to maintain, let's just give up.

Documentation
Saturday 07th of May 2016 02:25:00 AM
To be fair to myself it's hard to justify documenting Ada, however:

IFNULL(ROUND(GLength(LineStringFromWKB(LineString(l.location, lp.location)))*110400), 0) AS diff_distance

Thank you Chris. The most common form of 110400 is an entire Briggs and Stratton engine range. I don't think so.


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Fixing Problems
Tuesday 27th of September 2016 10:00:00 PM
'What was the original problem you were trying to fix?' 'Well, I noticed one of the tools I was using had an inefficiency that was wasting my time.'


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Severe weather warnings issued as a once in 50-year storm barrels towards the nations southeast
NEWS.com.au
SOUTH Australia may be gradually having power restored across the state after a major outage, but an urgent warning has been issued over approaching 140km/h winds. Power began to be restored to some suburbs and towns after 7pm, with lights going on ...
Electricity returning to South AustraliaThe Australian Financial Review
Power being gradually restored to SASky News Australia
Blacked out South Australia braces for round three as new major storm system bears downYahoo7 News
The West Australian -New Zealand Herald -SBS -The New Daily
all 106 news articles »

9news.com.au

Two charged with murder of body-in-suitcase woman Annabelle Chen
The Australian
West Australian police last night charged a 68-year-old man and a 25-year-old woman with the murder of Annabelle Chen, whose body was found in a suitcase in Perth's Swan River on July 2. The man and woman were arrested yesterday after police ...
Annabelle Chen death: Two charged with murder of woman whose body was found in suitcaseABC Online
Two charged with murder of Perth woman whose body was found in suitcase9news.com.au
Two charged over 'body in suitcase' murderThe West Australian
The Age -Sky News Australia -Daily Mail
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9news.com.au

Cy Walsh found not guilty of murdering his father, Adelaide Crows coach Phil Walsh
9news.com.au
The son of former Adelaide coach Phil Walsh has been found not guilty of murdering his father due to mental impairment. FTBAPGL. Cy Walsh has been found not guilty of murdering his father, former Adelaide Crows coach Phil Walsh, due to mental ...
the spiritual misfit who lost controlHerald Sun
Cy Walsh stabbed father Phil Walsh 20 times in a schizophrenic episodeThe Age
Cy Walsh: A thinker who struggled with mental illnessABC Online
The Advertiser -dailytelegraph.com.au -Daily Mail -The Australian
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ABC Online

Indigenous man shot 'in buttock' by police at Cowra
ABC Online
An Indigenous man has been shot during a confrontation with police at Cowra, in the NSW Central West. Police said local officers had been pursuing Dennis John Doolan, 32, for some time when they attempted to speak to him on Jindalee Circuit. Assistant ...
Man allegedly shot in the buttock by NSW Police in CowraThe Sydney Morning Herald
NSW man shot by police in 'confrontation'The Australian
Man shot by police following confrontation in central New South Wales9news.com.au
Yahoo7 News -NSW Police Online (press release) -SBS -Warrnambool Standard
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GP freeze high on agenda at doctor event
SBS
The federal government's controversial GP rebate freeze will be a topic of hot discussion when doctors meet for their annual conference in Perth. Source: AAP. 29 Sep 2016 - 3:32 AM UPDATED 54 MINS AGO ...

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Weekly Times Now

Victoria battling powerful winds
9news.com.au
Winds in excess of 100km/h have lashed Victoria after forcing the entire state of South Australia to lose power. The front moved across the border into Victoria late on Wednesday night, bringing rain and powerful winds. Bureau of Meteorology forecaster ...
Forecast rain could deliver up to 80mm on north-central Victoria overnightWeekly Times Now

all 2 news articles »

NEWS.com.au

Cassie Olczac vanishes 24 hours after overseas trip to see father
NEWS.com.au
POLICE are now combing Sydney's Royal National Park in an effort to find a missing 16-year-old girl Cassie Olczac amid fears she may have been given “a substance”. The last sighting of Cassie was via CCTV of her boarding a train at Banksia at 6.58pm on ...
Search for Sydney girl wraps up for daySBS
NSW mum asks for help on missing daughterYahoo7 News
Missing teenager Cassie Olczak last seen boarding a train in Sydney's southThe Sydney Morning Herald
9news.com.au -Daily Mail -NSW Police Online (press release) -dailytelegraph.com.au
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ABC Online

Flood-ravaged NSW prepares for more rain
Yahoo7 News
Trucks carrying at least 50,000 sandbags have reached two NSW central west towns amid predictions they will be hit by separate flood peaks at the same time next week. The already-ravaged town of Forbes is expected to be inundated by a second peak of ...
Forbes floods: The road that could cut off a NSW town for six weeksBrisbane Times
NSW floods to deliver double blow9news.com.au
NSW weather: Forbes farmers assess impact of widespread floodingABC Local
dailytelegraph.com.au -ABC Online -The Australian -SBS
all 17 news articles »

The Sydney Morning Herald

Malarndirri McCarthy makes history as register of senators' interests is published
The Sydney Morning Herald
Northern Territory Labor senator Malarndirri McCarthy has become the first politician to list ownership of traditional Indigenous lands as part of declarations of interest for federal Parliament. Released on Wednesday, the latest round of declarations ...
From Kylie Minogue tickets to bullion: finding the gold in politicians' interestsThe Guardian
Malarndirri McCarthy Declares Traditional Land Is Her Real EstateHuffington Post Australia

all 3 news articles »

ABC Online

Labor demands Coalition reveal schools 'hit list' but won't reveal position on private funding
ABC Online
Shadow education minister Tanya Plibersek has demanded the Federal Government reveal which private schools are "overfunded", but has refused to say whether Labor agrees that some non-government schools get too much taxpayer money.
Actually, Scott Morrison, poor people do pay for schools with their taxesThe Sydney Morning Herald
Private school funding: Shorten a cynical bogeyman, Morrison saysThe Australian
Labor obsessed with gay marriage: Morrison9news.com.au
SBS -The Guardian -Newcastle Herald
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