CityRail has updated their website with the delays on it, their cancelled and delayed trains page has a new look too. Therefore my script needed an update....
The train is late, the train is cancelled, the train has been late, the train has been cancelled. Nobody looks it, and knowing it in advance is a major pro.
CityRail does provide this information at http://www.cityrail.info/latest_news/content.jsp, but it doesn't have a historical overview so you don't know if it is getting worse or that it is slowing down.
At http://www.mavetju.org/cityrail/delays/rss.php you can find an RSS feed with all issues, still active and finished, updated once every five minutes.
Note: Sometimes you see what might look like double entries in the overview. Most likely in this case is that the Posted date has been changed at the CityRail website.
Today is a sad day in the world of podcasting. Well, for FreeBSD that is. It seems that the FreeBSD For All podcast has disappeared from the internet. It was one only user-driven FreeBSD related podcast. Copies of the show can still be found at the PodcastDirectory.com, but not sure how much longer they will be there.
I have reworked the implementation of the FreeBSD Multimedia Resources List. From a PHP script which parses everything when a webbrowser asks for it, I know have a Perl script which creates it once and the rest is static.
New features are tags in the articles and it also has a flexible design so it can be very easy modified for the different BSDs:
Unfortunately, the names of the files have changed a little bit to incorperate this:
With these new features I hope that the list will get incorperated in the websites of the varies *BSDs so that the list gets wider fame and I don't have to go from "If I only knew that this presentation was available three months ago..."
I became a little bit tired of giving out the same URLs to everybody each time somebody asked for a list with podcasts/vodcasts etc related to FreeBSD. So I made the FreeBSD Multimedia Resources list. See http://www.mavetju.org/unix/multimedia.php for more information, and there is an RSS feed for it too!