Fetchmail is an open source software utility for POSIX-compliant operating systems, used to retrieve e-mail from a remote POP3, IMAP, ETRN or ODMR mail server to the user's local system. It was developed from the popclient program, written by Carl Harris, its chief significance is that its author, Eric S. Raymond, used it as a model to discuss his theories of open source software development in a read and influential essay on software development methodologies, The Cathedral and the Bazaar. By design Fetchmail's only means of delivering messages is by submitting them to the local MTA/Message transfer agent or invoking a mail delivery agent like procmail, maildrop, or sendmail. Dan Bernstein, getmail creator Charles Cazabon and FreeBSD developer Terry Lambert, have criticized Fetchmail's design, its number of security holes, that it was prematurely put into "maintenance mode". In 2004, a new team of maintainers took over Fetchmail development, laid out development plans that broke with design decisions that Eric Raymond had made in earlier versions.
Mail retrieval agent getmail fdm Official website Fetchmail at SourceForge
Year 881 was a common year starting on Sunday of the Julian calendar. February 12 – King Charles the Fat, the third son of the late Louis the German, is crowned as Holy Roman Emperor by Pope John VIII at Rome. August 3 – Battle of Saucourt-en-Vimeu: The West Frankish kings Louis III, his brother Carloman II, rout Viking raiders. Battle of the Conwy: King Anarawd of Gwynedd initiates a revenge attack on the Mercian armies, defeats them on the River Conwy. Anarawd, his brothers Cadell and Merfyn, begin extensive military campaigns to quell resistance in Powys and Seisyllwg. Zanj Rebellion: Abbasid general Al-Muwaffaq lays siege to the Zanj capital of Mukhtara, using his base on the opposite side of the River Tigris. Bakong, the first temple mountain of sandstone, is constructed by rulers of the Khmer Empire at Angkor. St. Cecilia's Church is founded as a college for women, it is now kept at the Schnütgen Museum in Cologne. Conrad I, king of the East Frankish Kingdom Hugh of Arles, king of Italy and Lower Burgundy Liu Churang, Chinese general December 7 – Anspert, archbishop of Milan Bárid mac Ímair, king of Dublin Cui Hang, chancellor of the Tang Dynasty David I, prince of Iberia Gabriel, prince of Kakheti Guaifer, duke of Benevento John I, Frankish abbot Liu Ye, chancellor of the Tang Dynasty Lu Guimeng, Chinese poet Odo I, bishop of Beauvais Orso I, doge of Venice Radi Abdullah, Muslim tenth Imam Zhang Zhifang, Chinese general
Gwennaëlle Ramos Ruais is a fashion model and beauty queen. She competed in the tenth edition of the national Miss Philippines Earth beauty pageant and was crowned Miss Philippines Fire 2010; as a beauty titleholder, she fulfills her duty as one of the spokespersons of the Miss Earth Foundation, an environmental-social-humanitarian outreach arm of Miss Earth beauty pageant. Ruais joined and represented the Filipino community in France in the national Miss Philippines Earth 2010, the largest and most participated beauty pageant in the Philippines with 49 official candidates participated in 2010 held at The Aquatica, Manila Ocean Park in the beauty contest that promotes environmental awareness, held on April 25, 2010. In the final competition of the Miss Philippines Earth 2010, she was announced as one of the 10 semi-finalists who moved forward to compete for the five titles, she achieved one of the five highest scores in the swimsuit and evening gown competitions for her stage chops and question and answer portion of the pageant.
At the conclusion of the pageant, she won and was crowned Miss Philippines Fire 2010. She was crowned by the outgoing Miss Philippines Water 2009 titleholder, Patricia Tumulak on April 24, 2010 in Manila, Philippines. Ruais is 24 years old at the time of crowning and stands 6 feet and 3 inches in height with body measures of 35-24-36, she is a graduate of a Fashion Marketing course at a school in France. She bested 48 other candidates in the beauty contest, focused on the protection and preservation of Mother Earth. Official Miss Earth website Miss Earth Foundation website
Mona Scobie Røkke was a Norwegian and politician for the Conservative Party. She was the Minister of Justice from 1981 to 1985, she was born in Drammen as a daughter of Randal William Scobie and Aslaug Høyendahl, both office managers. She finished her secondary education in 1958, graduated from the University of Oslo with the cand.jur. Degree in 1963. After seven years as a businesswoman in Drammen and Oslo, she was a police superintendent in Drammen from 1971 to 1977; the years 1976 were exceptions. Røkke started her political career in Drammen city council from 1971 to 1979, she chaired Drammen Conservative Women's League from 1974 to 1975 the county league from 1976 to 1979 and the Conservative Women's League of Norway from 1979 to 1985. From 1976 to 1985 she was a central board member of the Conservative Party, she ended her partisan tenure as chair of Drammen Conservative Party from 1988 to 1990. She was deputy chair of the European Movement in Norway from 1986 to 1988, she was elected to the Parliament of Norway from Buskerud in 1977, was re-elected in 1981 and 1985.
She was a member of the Standing Committee on Justice. From 1981 through 1985 she was a member of Willoch's First Cabinet as Minister of Justice, her seat in Parliament was in turn filled by Øivin Skappel Fjeldstad, Hallgrim Berg and Odd Kallerud. She returned to Parliament for her second real term, serving in the Standing Committee on Defence and Standing Committee on Social Affairs until 1989. From 1987 she was a delegate to the United Nations General Assembly. In October 1987 she was named as the County Governor of Vestfold, a position she assumed in 1989 after her parliamentary career, she served until her professional retirement in 2010. In March 2010 her successor as County Governor was announced as Erling Lae, she chaired the corporate council of Telenor, was deputy chair of the Norwegian State Agriculture Bank and Landbrukets utviklingsfond. She held a wide array of cultural posts, as deputy chair of the Norwegian Cancer Society and the Norwegian Museum of Cultural History, deputy member of the Norwegian Nobel Committee and board member of Kommunale kinematografers landsforbund and Norsk Film.
She led the committee that published the Norwegian Official Report 1991:20 on legal protection of developmentally disabled. She was a member of the committees that published the Norwegian Official Report 1992:1, 1995:26 and 2004:18, she was decorated with the Order of the Lithuanian Grand Duke Gediminas in 2000 and as a Commander of the Order of St. Olav in 2005. Mona Røkke had two grown-up children and four grandchildren, she was diagnosed with cancer for the first time when she was quite young, for the second time in 1985, while serving as Minister of Justice. Røkke went on sick leave for about one year, she told about her experience with cancer and time as minister in the self-biography Ingen tid for tårer in 1986. She died in July 2013
Raymond J. Leopold is one of the three engineers who in late 1987 conceived of and designed the Iridium satellite constellation, the first realization of global, personal communications. Leopold joined Motorola in 1987 after having spent a career in the U. S. Air Force where he held a variety of technical management positions, he directed the development of communications systems at the Electronics Systems Division in Massachusetts. He served two tours in the Pentagon, one in the Office of the Secretary of Defense and one on the Air Staff, he taught for over five years at the U. S. Air Force Academy in Colorado, worked in research and development for four years at the Air Force Weapons Laboratory in Albuquerque, he was an adjunct professor of electrical engineering at George Washington University, he had been a senior lecturer at MIT and had chaired the Industry Advisory Board for the Aero/Astro Department. He has lectured at Stanford University. Leopold earned three degrees in electrical engineering, a bachelor's degree from the United States Air Force Academy in 1967, a master's degree from North Carolina State University in 1968, a Ph.
D. from the University of New Mexico in 1973. He was honored with a Doctor of Telecommunications Management Degree from South Dakota of Mines and Technology in 1997, he has completed Executive Education courses at the Harvard Business School, MIT, The University of California, The Center for Creative Leadership, The Defense Systems Management College. The Iridium system integrates a packet-switched architecture within its globally deployed constellation of satellites together with the circuit-switched architecture of the public-switched telephone network, it was created by Ken Peterson. Pioneer Award, Mobile Satellite Users' Association, May 2008 "... for the Invention of the Iridium Satellite System" Laureate for Space, Aviation Week and Space Technology, March 1997 "for the Invention of the Iridium Personal Communications System Biennial Communications Award, American Institute of Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineers, May 1998 "...for inventing LEO Mobile Communications, IRIDIUM Satellite System, for developing systems architecture, directing systems engineering, creating global TDMA/FDMA telephony concept, initiating a multibillion-dollar business."
The IEEE Third Millennium Medal, Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers, March 2000 "... for leadership in the field of wireless communications." Fellow of the IEEE, Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers, January 1997 “...for leadership and contributions to worldwide satellite communications and personal wireless.” Dan Noble Fellow, Inc. November 1995, Motorola’s Highest Technical Award “... for leadership in creative and innovative technical contributions and, in particular, for his role in co-inventing the overall Iridium satellite cellular communications system and in gaining its critical global backing.” Motorola's IRIDIUM system: low-Earth orbit global cellular communications network, R. J. Leopold and Propagation Society International Symposium, 1992; the Iridium Communications Systems, R. J. Leopold, Singapore ICCS/ISITA'92.'Communications on the Move', 1992. The IRIDIUM communications system, R. J. Leopold; the IRIDIUM communications system, R. J. Leopold; the IRIDIUM TM/SM1 Personal Communication System, M. Borota.
Low-earth orbit global cellular communications network, R. J. Leopold, Communications, 1991. CELESTRITM Ka-Band sharing, R. J. Leopold, Aerospace Conference, 1998
Meet the Peetes is an American reality television series starring Holly Robinson Peete, Rodney Peete, their four children, her mother, Dolores. The series is Hallmark Channel's first entry into unscripted reality television; the Peete family had starred in For Peete's Sake for two seasons on the Oprah Winfrey Network. The series premiered on February 2018 as part of Hallmark Channel's Sunday-night programming. On March 21, 2018, Hallmark announced the show's renewal for a second season. Amid other Sunday-night programming changes, Meet the Peetes moved to Monday nights in season two beginning with episode four on March 18, 2019. Cancellation of the series was announced in May 2019. Holly Robinson Peete, actress and mother Rodney Peete, husband and former NFL football player Dolores Robinson, Holly's octogenarian mother Ryan Elizabeth Peete, daughter and NYU student, twin of Rodney Rodney "R. J." Peete Jr, son and Los Angeles Dodgers employee whose autism is featured in the series Robinson James Peete, son Roman Matthew Peete, son Hallmark Channel aired a Meet the Peetes Christmas Special program on December 3, 2018, which had 553 thousand U.
S. viewers. The series was produced by Tremendous! Entertainment and had as its executive producers: Colleen Needles Steward, Shannon Keenan Demers, Holly Robinson Peete, Rodney Peete, Heidi Dahmen, Kyell Thomas. Meet the Peetes on IMDb