Well, on May 30th I've finally made my move to Stockholm, Sweden, where I'll be working in a new position at PrimeKey Solutions AB. This should help me focus more on some PKI than in my previous assignment, and a big change is the fact that I'll be working for a company which is based on Free Software and which also delivers Free Software solutions.
Following the successful migration of the rest of the infrastructure, it was due time for me to overhaul the web server a bit as well. This was a necessity both because Debian Lenny support was dropped in February, as well as due to cruft that got accumulated from the previous mail server set-up.
Quite some time ago I've started migrating my mail server and XMPP server set-up towards a new VPS where LDAP was to be the focal point. The idea was to have Postfix, Dovecot, ejabberd, and Roundcube utilise the same LDAP DIT for authentication and authorization purposes.
Some days ago I've upgraded my machine with a new HDD - 2TB Western Digital Green series. I also planned on upgrading my RAM to 4GB (from current 3GB), and did so yesterday. But, this was not a pleasant endeavor...
Last night was quite fun. After quite a long time, an interesting band decided to hold the concert in Belgrade - Pain of Salvation. Since we don't get many progressive bands playing here, I just had to go.
Well, after a lot of reluctance, I've finally made the jump onto the Android bandwagon. For a long time I haven't been ready to make the move onto it since I was hoping that a more Freedom-friendly platform would emerge, but alas, after Nokia's fiasco and MeeGo, there's not much left.
I've been on vacation since the Wednesday, and it's going to stay like that for a week to come. During this time I'm planning on relaxing a bit and making a migration of my mail+XMPP server, as well as playing with some other stuff.
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