HOMEBREW Digest #5837 Tue 10 May 2011

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  Cold room - modifying A/C (jrdunne)
  MIME. The final frontier (Patrick Babcock)

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---------------------------------------------------------------------- Date: Tue, 10 May 2011 11:17:44 -0400 (EDT) From: <jrdunne at rcn.com> Subject: Cold room - modifying A/C I'm wondering if anyone has an elegant solution for bypassing the thermostat on an a/c. I'm looking to cool my beer and wine cellar to around 50 degrees and the window unit I have doesn't want to cool below 60. For now, I've pulled the a/c temperature probe out through the front and am planning to insert it into a can with a small incandescent bulb to make it think the room is warmer. I'm hoping for a more refined solution for the long term. Any thoughts, links, etc. are appreciated. Thanks, Joe Dunne Chicago - North Side Return to table of contents
Date: Tue, 10 May 2011 18:41:44 -0400 From: Patrick Babcock <patrick.babcock at gmail.com> Subject: MIME. The final frontier Greetings, Beerlings! Take me to your MIME encoded lager... The final facet of modernizing the input stream of the HBD is now implemented - MIME encoded messages will no longer be rejected. I've left a "dual responder" in place, just as I had with the line length solution - I will eliminate this after I'm convinced the filter is mature and not causing problems. Next time I have a few spare moments to string together, I will modernize the subscription engine, and give yuo some choice in terms of how you receive the beloved Digest. But, for the short term, I think I'm done coding on this beast! - -- - See ya! Pat Babcock Chief of HBD Janitorial Services in SE Michigan Return to table of contents
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