Monthly Archives: September 2006

BACnet Interoperability Workshop

At work, I have spent the past month, and in particular, the past two weeks, preparing for the BACnet Interoperabilty Workshop. What does that mean? Well, we were going to take two beta products to the plugfest, as it is … Continue reading

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Subversion Inconsistent Newlines

I was minding my own business, coding the BACnet stack project, and decided to commit some files to subversion on SourceForge. However, tortoise-svn gave me the “inconsistent newlines” error. I googled the problem, and found a solution, but that solution … Continue reading

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Remembering the World Trade Center

In April, 2004, the BACnet committee toured a NIST facility. Part of the tour covered the Building and Fire Research Laboratory, and we glimpsed some of the twisted metal beams from the World Trade Center after it collapsed on September … Continue reading

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