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bio website robinwinslow.co.uk
location Nottingham, United Kingdom
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seen Oct 22 at 15:37

I'm a web developer at Canonical.

I have a blog about web dev, politics and other things.

I'm interested in UX, client- and server-side development, code architecture and microformats.

I'm not a fan of intellectual property, and I love freedom of information and open-source.


Oct
7
comment LXC networking not giving outgoing connection
Ah fair enough.
Oct
6
awarded  Commentator
Oct
6
comment LXC networking not giving outgoing connection
Could you give some more information to help other people? This is a bit obscure.
Jan
31
awarded  Teacher
Aug
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awarded  Popular Question
Feb
26
comment nginx httpMapModule regex variables
@mgorven that's odd. Could you confirm this is definitely true? Maybe it changed between 1.1.19 and 1.2.7. In which case I was wrong to update the documentation: wiki.nginx.org/HttpMapModule#map
Feb
26
comment nginx httpMapModule regex variables
I've updated the documentation: wiki.nginx.org/HttpMapModule
Feb
26
revised nginx httpMapModule regex variables
Make the answer more succinct and to the point - I tested it and it works so now it doesn't need the qualifiers.
Feb
26
suggested suggested edit on nginx httpMapModule regex variables
Feb
26
comment nginx httpMapModule regex variables
Wonderful. That is the answer. How did you know that? Where would I find PCRE documentation that explains P variables? (I did search for it)
Feb
26
accepted nginx httpMapModule regex variables
Feb
25
awarded  Scholar
Feb
25
accepted Compiling PHP with GD and libjpeg support
Feb
25
answered Compiling PHP with GD and libjpeg support
Feb
25
asked nginx httpMapModule regex variables
Sep
3
awarded  Autobiographer
Jul
31
comment How do I solve MSSQL 2008 install error, “The MOF compiler could not connect with the WMI server”?
Grrr Microsoft = sucks. Why am I bothering?
Nov
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awarded  Supporter
Aug
24
comment Compiling PHP with GD and libjpeg support
@SmallClanger let us continue this discussion in chat
Aug
24
comment Compiling PHP with GD and libjpeg support
No your answer was right. I have two versions of libjpeg installed - yum's one in /usr/lib, and one I compiled from source in /usr/local/lib. It obviously didn't like the first. And I wouldn't have known how to make it look for the second properly without your answer.