Mailserver, DNS Changes and More
This weekend was pretty productive for me. I've set up Postfix and Dovecot both on this server so now I'm serving mail from @milkteafuzz.com (primarily because I wanted to send texts/email from my server itself). I've also now configured my IRC client to send me texts whenever I'm away and highlighted or messaged, following Michael Lustfield's Irssi to SMS article for the most part.
In addition to the kyoto.maidlab.jp (see my previous post), I've moved my DNS to afraid.org's nameservers for milkteafuzz.com, and currently in the process of transferring clkwkornj.com to NearlyFreeSpeech (I've used them for about 5 years now - they're great) and will be hosting its DNS on afraid.org, also.
I am set to move to Chicago in about a month (and consequently leaving my job, sadly) and once I do I'll probably start setting things up out of my apartment. My friend's started up a survival minecraft server at Knights of Reason but hasn't set up a creative server. I might end up making one. Might.
Zmonitor 1.0.11 has also been released and is now available from the repo at rubygems.org, so you can just run
gem install zmonitor. 1.0.12 is probably rolling out soon but I won't make an announcement for it until the next major update, and hopefully it will be some sort of an interactive shell to work from.
Seeing how pretty I made kyoto.maidlab.jp I'm a bit inspired to redesign this site, so I might do that sometime soon. For now though, time to sleep. Possibly.