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Shachar Shemesh

Main Quotes Index

Issue #280, Section #2 (24 Jun 2005: Binary Registry Ideas)
Issue #274, Section #7 (13 May 2005: Recruiting Help for Bugzilla)
Issue #269, Section #5 (8 Apr 2005: Key Signing Party at WineConf)
Issue #262, Section #2 (18 Feb 2005: Microsoft's Wine Check: Details)
Issue #246, Section #4 (29 Oct 2004: Gradient Fills)
Issue #241, Section #3 (24 Sep 2004: SpecOps Labs Steps Up)
Issue #238, Section #3 (3 Sep 2004: epoll (con't))
Issue #237, Section #6 (27 Aug 2004: poll vs. epoll (con't))
Issue #236, Section #4 (20 Aug 2004: poll vs. epoll)
Issue #235, Section #2 (13 Aug 2004: Doom3 & Wine)
Issue #233, Section #4 (30 Jul 2004: Wine & Locales)
Issue #233, Section #6 (30 Jul 2004: To Bugzilla Or Not To Bugzilla)
Issue #231, Section #4 (16 Jul 2004: Using Multiple Graphics Drivers)
Issue #230, Section #5 (9 Jul 2004: Pango vs. ICU)
Issue #229, Section #1 (1 Jul 2004: News: Interview with Shachar, Reviews)
Issue #226, Section #2 (11 Jun 2004: Kernel Bug Creating Zombies)
Issue #225, Section #2 (4 Jun 2004: Winedbg Issue and New Changes)
Issue #225, Section #3 (4 Jun 2004: Winedbg & DDD)
Issue #224, Section #4 (28 May 2004: Internationalization of Calendars)
Issue #220, Section #3 (23 Apr 2004: Windows Local Security Authority)
Issue #218, Section #9 (9 Apr 2004: How To Set Up BiDi Support)
Issue #209, Section #1 (6 Jan 2004: News: WineConf 2004 Resources)
Issue #208, Section #1 (3 Feb 2004: WineConf 2004 Summary)
Issue #205, Section #5 (16 Jan 2004: Key Signing Party at Wineconf)
Issue #198, Section #3 (28 Nov 2003: Lecture Slides Available)
Issue #197, Section #4 (21 Nov 2003: Integrating With NetMeeting)
Issue #196, Section #2 (14 Nov 2003: Wine Lecture in Tel Aviv)
Issue #195, Section #4 (8 Nov 2003: Copy Protection Sucks)
Issue #194, Section #6 (31 Oct 2003: Keyboard Detection)
Issue #189, Section #4 (26 Sep 2003: Winelib: Advantages and Disadvantages)
Issue #189, Section #8 (26 Sep 2003: Lecture Slides Available)
Issue #188, Section #5 (19 Sep 2003: Finding Memory Management Problems)
Issue #187, Section #3 (12 Sep 2003: Glibc Breakage)
Issue #187, Section #4 (12 Sep 2003: Optimization Required)
Issue #185, Section #5 (29 Aug 2003: Devel Lists and Viruses)
Issue #183, Section #2 (15 Aug 2003: BiDi Test Program)
Issue #183, Section #3 (15 Aug 2003: Configuring Keyboard Layouts)
Issue #177, Section #5 (4 Jul 2003: Wine Keyboard Handling)
Issue #176, Section #6 (27 Jun 2003: Syntax for #include)
Issue #171, Section #2 (23 May 2003: Wine Tech Meeting)
Issue #171, Section #5 (23 May 2003: More BiDi Work?)
Issue #165, Section #4 (11 Apr 2003: XFree86 Keyboard Mapping Issues)
Issue #163, Section #5 (28 Mar 2003: Wine & Services)
Issue #156, Section #7 (7 Feb 2003: Windows API Database (cont'd))
Issue #154, Section #2 (24 Jan 2003: Kernel Module / Shared Memory Revisited)
Issue #154, Section #8 (24 Jan 2003: Installing IE5.5)
Issue #153, Section #4 (17 Jan 2003: Wineboot Progress)
Issue #149, Section #2 (20 Dec 2002: Implementation of wineboot)
Issue #148, Section #7 (13 Dec 2002: MS Installer or Lack Thereof)
Issue #143, Section #2 (8 Nov 2002: Wine 0.9 To Do)
Issue #139, Section #4 (10 Oct 2002: Languages & Locales)
Issue #134, Section #5 (5 Sep 2002: Character Sets)
Issue #132, Section #3 (23 Aug 2002: BiDi Support)
Issue #130, Section #4 (25 Jul 2002: Coding Debug Breakpoints)
Issue #129, Section #4 (18 Jul 2002: Configuring for Sparc Solaris)
Issue #127, Section #5 (19 Jun 2002: Adding FriBiDi Support)
Issue #126, Section #6 (12 Jun 2002: Preliminary BiDi Patch)
Issue #125, Section #3 (5 Jun 2002: Directly Executing Windows Binaries)
Issue #120, Section #8 (17 Apr 2002: Testing Unicode Functions Too)
Issue #119, Section #4 (30 Mar 2002: Implementing BiDi Fonts)
Issue #119, Section #6 (30 Mar 2002: Unicode and I18N Support)

 

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