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August 11, 2009, at 01:41 PM by 131.107.0.106
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Say Hello to the Bigger, Faster, Stronger DSAC! September 2, 2007

It's true. Now there are not five, but SIX members of DSAC for your pizza-purveying pleasure. They can also do such things as FingerOfDoom you if your perl script gets out of hand, or let you know exactly what they think of the classes you're planning on taking.
So keep your eye on this spot for info on the next DSAC pizza party - coming soon to a Zoo near you!



Blue-Booking Party! January 18, 2007

DSAC Presents: Bluebook/Pizza Party!
Thursday, January 18th, 7pm
AKW, 2nd Floor Atrium

Come eat delicious free pizza and discuss what CS courses you're planning to
take! If you can't get into AKW call the open zoo phone at 2-2169.



JZW fixed... again! November 30, 2006

JZW was coughing up incomplete lists of people to stalk due to the fact that rusers halts if one of the hosts it's fed is down. In order to restore you to Full Creepiness Capacity, jzw has been fixed to run rusers on <i>each</i> host separately. This gets rid of the pesky incomplete results problem, but takes a bit longer to run.
It's ok though, it just means that your stalkees have a bit longer to run.



New Palmrests Are Missing! October 30, 2006

Come on, people, it's been less than two weeks and we're already missing about four palmrests (assuming that the Windows boxes along the back wall never had them). That's not ok. So if you see someone shadily making off with one, give them a stern look and shake a finger at them. If you're one of the culprits, please replace the pilfered palmrests - these need to last for a very long time.
Seriously, if you need one that much, you can afford to spend $10 on it: <a href="http://catalog.belkin.com/IWCatProductPage.process?Product_Id=22483">grab one here</a>.


New Palmrests! October 17, 2006

Hoorah! New palmrests for all! Now those of us who live in the zoo can escape carpal tunnel syndrome for a while longer!
These new palmrests are far better (and more numerous) than the old, filthy, granite-constructed ones, and can be used as pillows, heating pads, and even for their intended purpose: keeping litigious thoughts out of your mind while being injured by Yale facilities.
Please refrain from smearing food on them, throwing them out the window, or engaging in PRT (PalmRest Trafficking), as such things are generally frowned upon.


New DSAC members! Whenever the hell school started

Please welcome your new overlor-- er, DSAC members, Tim McDermott (SM '08), Alex Thompson (MC '08), and John Starks (SY '07). In addition, we have two returning DSACers, Jo Balme (TC '07) and Nick Piepmeier (ES '07).
Expect all sorts of fun things from them, such as pizza parties on CS323 and CS223 due dates, and the return of lo-fi gaming nights.
September 18, 2008, at 02:11 PM by 128.36.162.111
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The Zoo is Yale University's Computer Science Department's undergraduate computing laboratory. It is a cluster of 38 dual processor Pentium IV machines running Suse 9.1 Professional and is located on the third floor of Arthur K. Watson Hall at 51 Prospect Street.</td><td>
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The Zoo is Yale University's Computer Science Department's undergraduate computing laboratory. It is a cluster of 38 multiprocessor Intel machines running openSUSE and Windows, and is located on the third floor of Arthur K. Watson Hall at 51 Prospect Street.</td><td>
September 03, 2008, at 01:46 PM by Christian
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Latest DSAC! September 4, 2008

It's true. There are still SIX members of DSAC for your pizza-purveying pleasure. They can also do such things as FingerOfDoom you if your perl script gets out of hand, or let you know exactly what they think of the classes you're planning on taking.
So keep your eye on this spot for info on the next DSAC pizza party - coming soon to a Zoo near you!


September 02, 2007, at 02:09 PM by pieps
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Say Hello to the Bigger, Faster, Stronger DSAC! September 2, 2007

It's true. Now there are not five, but SIX members of DSAC for your pizza-purveying pleasure. They can also do such things as FingerOfDoom you if your perl script gets out of hand, or let you know exactly what they think of the classes you're planning on taking.
So keep your eye on this spot for info on the next DSAC pizza party - coming soon to a Zoo near you!



January 17, 2007, at 03:15 PM by 128.36.232.6
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Pirates! January 27, 2006
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Dear Zoo people,
It seems that we're in the midst of pirates. Not the cool, swashbuckly ones, or even the nerdy, typically Eastern European ones with cool handles like <a href="http://catb.org/~esr/jargon/html/W/warez-d00dz.html">RAZOR</a> - I'm talking about mouse-thieving scalawags.
That's right - just yesterday, somebody made off with Giraffe's mouse. Needless to say, Giraffe is hysterical. It may never fully recover. Moreover, if people keep yoinking things from the Zoo, they won't be in the Zoo anymore. And then they probably won't get replaced, since then they'd just get stolen again, right?
So if y'all don't want to be forced into life without X11 (or at least life with a lame keyboard-based mouse control scheme), please don't be the lame kind of pirate.

Oh, and Giraffe wanted me to tell you guys that it has a very sharp razor. And this time it's personal.


Network Security Survey January 25, 2006

<a href="http://wasabi.es.yale.edu/~wasabi/dsac/">NEW!</a> There is a survey up regarding the possibility of a network security class in the CS department <a href="http://wasabi.es.yale.edu/~wasabi/dsac/">HERE</a>. Please take the time to fill it out - if all goes well, we may have a cool new class next semester!


Login Problems January 16, 2006

If your zoo machine hangs on login or logout, you've probably maxed out your memory allocation. If you can login, type "quota" in the terminal to see how much memory you've used. Try emptying your Firefox cache. If you still need more space, contact dsac@zoo.cs.yale.edu. suckas.

love,
DSAC


Blue-Booking Party January 6, 2006
Join DSAC for a night of blue-booking, pizza, and surprises on Wednesday, 1/11/06.



love,
DSAC


Printer fixed November 12, 2005
Somebody put shiny paper in the printer. That's bad for the printer. Please don't put shiny paper in the printer, or the printer and DSAC will cry. Now the printer is ok, and is trying to find whoever assaulted it. It's surprisingly nimble for a printer.


We got mice! October 13, 2005
"Jo" "got" us new "mice"! And a "bulletin board"!
Please feel free not to spam the bulletin board.
Course descriptions, job offers, and Chinese takeout menus welcome.


JZW Fixed September 30, 2005
JZW works again. Now you can creepily spy on everyone ever (in the zoo).


Zoo Kernel Upgrade April 6, 2005
I'll be upgrading the kernel on the Zoo machines this Friday (April 8th) at 5 PM. There shouldn't be more than 10 or 15 minutes of downtime.

Thanks,
Jim


USB Pen/Key/Stick Drives January 31, 2005
USB memory sticks are now automounted under /media, like CDs and floppies are. A few seconds after plugging in a USB memory stick, the filesystem will show up under either /media/usb or /media/usb-storage-xxxx (where xxxx is some serial number). Whoever is logged into the console will have full access to the filesystem.


Firefox 1.0 location January 28, 2005
Suse has updated their version of firefox to 1.0, so 1.0 is now the default version of firefox for zoo users.
/usr/local/bin/firefox-1.0 has been removed.


Java 1.5 Installed January 11, 2005
Java 1.5 has been installed under /usr/local/java-1.5 (the default java remains the version distributed with Suse 9.1).

Students who want to use the newer version of java can set their PATH to:/usr/local/java-1.5/bin:$PATH
January 17, 2007, at 03:12 PM by 128.36.232.6
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Blue-Booking Party! January 18, 2007

DSAC Presents: Bluebook/Pizza Party!
Thursday, January 18th, 7pm
AKW, 2nd Floor Atrium

Come eat delicious free pizza and discuss what CS courses you're planning to
take! If you can't get into AKW call the open zoo phone at 2-2169.



November 30, 2006, at 05:04 PM by Nick
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JZW fixed... again! November 30, 2006

JZW was coughing up incomplete lists of people to stalk due to the fact that rusers halts if one of the hosts it's fed is down. In order to restore you to Full Creepiness Capacity, jzw has been fixed to run rusers on <i>each</i> host separately. This gets rid of the pesky incomplete results problem, but takes a bit longer to run.
It's ok though, it just means that your stalkees have a bit longer to run.



October 30, 2006, at 08:23 PM by Nick Pieps
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New Palmrests Are Missing! October 30, 2006

Come on, people, it's been less than two weeks and we're already missing about four palmrests (assuming that the Windows boxes along the back wall never had them). That's not ok. So if you see someone shadily making off with one, give them a stern look and shake a finger at them. If you're one of the culprits, please replace the pilfered palmrests - these need to last for a very long time.
Seriously, if you need one that much, you can afford to spend $10 on it: <a href="http://catalog.belkin.com/IWCatProductPage.process?Product_Id=22483">grab one here</a>.


October 17, 2006, at 02:40 PM by Nick Pieps
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New Palmrests! October 17, 2006

Hoorah! New palmrests for all! Now those of us who live in the zoo can escape carpal tunnel syndrome for a while longer!
These new palmrests are far better (and more numerous) than the old, filthy, granite-constructed ones, and can be used as pillows, heating pads, and even for their intended purpose: keeping litigious thoughts out of your mind while being injured by Yale facilities.
Please refrain from smearing food on them, throwing them out the window, or engaging in PRT (PalmRest Trafficking), as such things are generally frowned upon.


New DSAC members! Whenever the hell school started

Please welcome your new overlor-- er, DSAC members, Tim McDermott (SM '08), Alex Thompson (MC '08), and John Starks (SY '07). In addition, we have two returning DSACers, Jo Balme (TC '07) and Nick Piepmeier (ES '07).
Expect all sorts of fun things from them, such as pizza parties on CS323 and CS223 due dates, and the return of lo-fi gaming nights.


January 27, 2006, at 06:13 PM by Nick Piepmeier
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Pirates! January 27, 2006

Dear Zoo people,
It seems that we're in the midst of pirates. Not the cool, swashbuckly ones, or even the nerdy, typically Eastern European ones with cool handles like <a href="http://catb.org/~esr/jargon/html/W/warez-d00dz.html">RAZOR</a> - I'm talking about mouse-thieving scalawags.
That's right - just yesterday, somebody made off with Giraffe's mouse. Needless to say, Giraffe is hysterical. It may never fully recover. Moreover, if people keep yoinking things from the Zoo, they won't be in the Zoo anymore. And then they probably won't get replaced, since then they'd just get stolen again, right?
So if y'all don't want to be forced into life without X11 (or at least life with a lame keyboard-based mouse control scheme), please don't be the lame kind of pirate.

Oh, and Giraffe wanted me to tell you guys that it has a very sharp razor. And this time it's personal.


January 25, 2006, at 04:18 PM by Nick Piepmeier
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Network Security Survey January 25, 2006

<a href="http://wasabi.es.yale.edu/~wasabi/dsac/">NEW!</a> There is a survey up regarding the possibility of a network security class in the CS department <a href="http://wasabi.es.yale.edu/~wasabi/dsac/">HERE</a>. Please take the time to fill it out - if all goes well, we may have a cool new class next semester!


January 16, 2006, at 03:00 PM by 128.36.232.37
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Login Problems January 6, 2006
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Login Problems January 16, 2006
January 16, 2006, at 03:00 PM by 128.36.232.37
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Login Problems January 6, 2006
January 16, 2006, at 02:59 PM by 128.36.232.37
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If your zoo machine hangs on login or logout, you've probably maxed out your memory allocation. If you can login, type "quota" in the terminal to see how much memory you've used. Try emptying your Firefox cache. If you still need more space, contact dsac@zoo.cs.yale.edu. suckas.

love,
DSAC


Blue-Booking Party January 6, 2006
January 16, 2006, at 02:57 PM by 128.36.232.6
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Printer fixed November 12, 2005
Somebody put shiny paper in the printer. That's bad for the printer. Please don't put shiny paper in the printer, or the printer and DSAC will cry. Now the printer is ok, and is trying to find whoever assaulted it. It's surprisingly nimble for a printer.


January 16, 2006, at 02:50 PM by 128.36.232.6
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Jo got us new mice! And a bulletin board!
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"Jo" "got" us new "mice"! And a "bulletin board"!
January 16, 2006, at 02:18 PM by 128.36.232.6
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We got mice! October 13, 2005
Jo got us new mice! And a bulletin board!
Please feel free not to spam the bulletin board.
Course descriptions, job offers, and Chinese takeout menus welcome.


JZW Fixed September 30, 2005
JZW works again. Now you can creepily spy on everyone ever (in the zoo).


January 16, 2006, at 02:06 PM by 128.36.232.37
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January 16, 2006, at 02:04 PM by 128.36.232.37
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Firefox 1.0 Installed November 23, 2004
Firefox 1.0 is available at /usr/local/bin/firefox-1.0. The default firefox will remain the version that is distributed with Suse 9.1 Pro, so as to not create compatibility issues.


Printer zoo1 Replaced October 1, 2004
The printer in the open zoo (zoo1) has been replaced and is working well. Thanks for being patient. Problems with the printer should be reported to requests@cs.yale.edu and dsac@zoo.cs.yale.edu.


Pizza Study Break <img width="156" height="83" src=""> September 18, 2004
Tired of fixing that pointer error in your code? Interested in learning more about computer science? Have complaints or ideas about the Zoo? Want to take a crowbar to the printer, Office Space style? Just plain hungry? DSAC invites you to
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<center><h2><font color="blue">Bad Kung Fu Movies /</font>
<font color="red">Pizza</font><font color="blue"> Study Break</font>
Sunday, 10:00 pm
Room 201, AKW</h2></center>

(AKW is the red brick building on 51 Prospect St., right past Becton Center. Call 2-2269 from the blue phone if you don't have access)

You may be wondering, "What is DSAC?" DSAC, the Computer Science <u>D</u>epartmental <u>S</u>tudent <u>A</u>dvisory Committee, serves as a liaison between students studying computer science and the CS department. Please feel free to send feedback about the department to us; we'll make sure to redirect it to the correct person. We also make sure that the Zoo (the lab on the 3rd floor of Arthur K. Watson on 51 Prospect St.) is a happy and functional place. So if there's a problem with the zoo or you have a suggestion about how to make it better, please email us (dsac@zoo.cs.yale.edu). Also feel free to say hello to any of us and share your ideas.



Who is "us"? We are: Jamie Yoo BR '05, Anthony Di Franco BR '05, Emmett Shear DC '05, Reuben Grinberg TC '05, James Clifton Terry SM '05.

So, what are some things DSAC is working on now?

<ol><li>Replacing defective chairs in the Zoo. Some of these chairs plain suck. Trying to pull an all-nighter in one of them sucks more.</li><li>Getting optical mice for the Zoo. We want to make sure that a dirty, skipping mouse doesn't induce you to throw out a Zoo animal in a fit of delusional rage at 6:00 am. PETA would hate on us for causing animal cruelty.</li><li>Augmenting the collection of books in the Zoo Library.</li><li>Setting up a GForge / CVS repository.</li></ol>

Think something is missing? Let us know! E-mail your suggestions, compliments, and complaints to dsac@zoo.cs.yale.edu


Printer Replacement September 17, 2004
Many of you have noticed recurrent problems with the printer (zoo1) in the open zoo. It is officially dead and will be replaced soon. For now, please print to zoo2 (in the closed zoo) or lw3 (near the offices on the third floor.


Zoo File Server Upgrade September 7, 2004
The Zoo file server will be going down for a BIOS and kernel upgrade at 11am on Thursday, September 9th. The upgrades should last no more than one half hour. Please make sure all of your work is saved.

These upgrades will improve reliability on the Zoo file server, so hopefully we will not suffer another major outage similar to last week's problems.

thanks,
Jim Faulkner
Zoo Systems Administrator


New Zoo Webpage September 2, 2004
The Zoo webpage is now running on PmWiki, a Wiki web-app written in php, to allow us to update it more easily. The old website is still available.


DSAC photos available June 2, 2004
In an effort to preserve DSAC history for the ages, we are maintaining a DSAC photo album and we have expanded the zoo library to include such classic titles as K&R and the Gilligan's Island DVD set.


January 16, 2006, at 02:00 PM by 128.36.232.37
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Zoo Kernel Upgrade January 6, 2006
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Blue-Booking Party January 6, 2006
January 16, 2006, at 02:00 PM by 128.36.232.37
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Zoo Kernel Upgrade January 6, 2006
Join DSAC for a night of blue-booking, pizza, and surprises on Wednesday, 1/11/06.

love,
DSAC


April 06, 2005, at 04:05 PM by Reuben
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Zoo Kernel Upgrade April 6, 2005
I'll be upgrading the kernel on the Zoo machines this Friday (April 8th) at 5 PM. There shouldn't be more than 10 or 15 minutes of downtime.

Thanks,
Jim


January 31, 2005, at 10:58 PM by Reuben
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USB memory sticks are now automounted under /media, like CDs and floppies are. A few seconds after plugging in a USB memory stick, the filesystem will show up under either /media/usb or /media/usb-storage-xxxx (where xxxx is some serial number). Whoever is logged into the console will have full access to the filesystem.
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USB memory sticks are now automounted under /media, like CDs and floppies are. A few seconds after plugging in a USB memory stick, the filesystem will show up under either /media/usb or /media/usb-storage-xxxx (where xxxx is some serial number). Whoever is logged into the console will have full access to the filesystem.
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Java 1.5 has been installed under /usr/local/java-1.5 (the default javaremains the version distributed with Suse 9.1).
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Java 1.5 has been installed under /usr/local/java-1.5 (the default java remains the version distributed with Suse 9.1).
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Students who want to use the newer version of java can set their PATH to:/usr/local/java-1.5/bin:$PATH
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Students who want to use the newer version of java can set their PATH to:/usr/local/java-1.5/bin:$PATH
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Firefox 1.0 is available at /usr/local/bin/firefox-1.0. The default firefox will remain the version that is distributed with Suse 9.1 Pro, so as to not create compatibility issues.
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Firefox 1.0 is available at /usr/local/bin/firefox-1.0. The default firefox will remain the version that is distributed with Suse 9.1 Pro, so as to not create compatibility issues.
January 31, 2005, at 10:56 PM by Reuben
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USB Pen/Key/Stick Drives January 31, 2005
USB memory sticks are now automounted under /media, like CDs and floppies are. A few seconds after plugging in a USB memory stick, the filesystem will show up under either /media/usb or /media/usb-storage-xxxx (where xxxx is some serial number). Whoever is logged into the console will have full access to the filesystem.


January 29, 2005, at 02:51 PM by Reuben Grinberg
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Firefox 1.0 location January 28, 2005
Suse has updated their version of firefox to 1.0, so 1.0 is now the default version of firefox for zoo users.
/usr/local/bin/firefox-1.0 has been removed.


January 11, 2005, at 12:57 PM by Reuben
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January 11, 2005, at 12:56 PM by Reuben
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Java 1.5 Installed January 11, 2005
Java 1.5 has been installed under /usr/local/java-1.5 (the default javaremains the version distributed with Suse 9.1).

Students who want to use the newer version of java can set their PATH to:/usr/local/java-1.5/bin:$PATH
November 23, 2004, at 02:05 PM by Reuben Grinberg
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Firefox 1.0 is available at /usr/local/bin/firefox-1.0. The default
firefox will remain the version that is distributed with Suse 9.1 Pro,
so as to not create compatibility issues.
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Firefox 1.0 is available at /usr/local/bin/firefox-1.0. The default firefox will remain the version that is distributed with Suse 9.1 Pro, so as to not create compatibility issues.
November 23, 2004, at 02:04 PM by Reuben Grinberg
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Firefox 1.0 Installed November 23, 2004
Firefox 1.0 is available at /usr/local/bin/firefox-1.0. The default
firefox will remain the version that is distributed with Suse 9.1 Pro,
so as to not create compatibility issues.


October 05, 2004, at 12:07 AM by Reuben
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The Zoo is Yale University's Computer Science Department's undergraduate computing laboratory. It is a cluster of 38 dual processor Pentium IV machines running Suse 9.1 Professional and is located on the third floor of Arthur K. Watson Hall at 51 Prospect Street.</td><td>
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The Zoo is Yale University's Computer Science Department's undergraduate computing laboratory. It is a cluster of 38 dual processor Pentium IV machines running Suse 9.1 Professional and is located on the third floor of Arthur K. Watson Hall at 51 Prospect Street.</td><td>
October 01, 2004, at 01:20 PM by 128.36.232.6
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Printer zoo1 Replaced October 1, 2004
The printer in the open zoo (zoo1) has been replaced and is working well. Thanks for being patient. Problems with the printer should be reported to requests@cs.yale.edu and dsac@zoo.cs.yale.edu.


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Tired of fixing that pointer error in your code? Interested in learning more about computer science? Have complaints or ideas about the Zoo? Want to take a crowbar to the printer, Office Space style? Just plain hungry? DSAC invites you to
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Think something is missing? Let us know! E-mail your suggestions, compliments, and complaints to dsac@zoo.cs.yale.edu
September 19, 2004, at 01:19 PM by Reuben
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The Zoo webpage is now running on PmWiki. The old website is still available.
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The Zoo webpage is now running on PmWiki, a Wiki web-app written in php, to allow us to update it more easily. The old website is still available.
September 19, 2004, at 01:16 PM by Reuben
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Many of you have noticed recurrent problems with the printer (zoo1) in the open zoo. It is officially dead now and will be replaced soon. For now, please print to zoo2 (in the closed zoo) or lw3 (near the offices on the third floor.
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Many of you have noticed recurrent problems with the printer (zoo1) in the open zoo. It is officially dead and will be replaced soon. For now, please print to zoo2 (in the closed zoo) or lw3 (near the offices on the third floor.
September 19, 2004, at 01:13 PM by Reuben
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<ol><li>Replacing defective chairs in the Zoo. Some of these chairs plain suck. Trying to pull an all-nighter in one of them sucks more.</li><li>Getting optical mice for the Zoo. We want to make sure that a dirty, skipping mouse doesn't induce you to throw out a Zoo animal in a fit of delusional rage at 6:00 am. PETA would hate on us for causing animal cruelty.</li><li>Augmenting the collection of books in the Zoo Library.</li><li>Setting up a GForge / CVS repository.</li></ol>
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<ol><li>Replacing defective chairs in the Zoo. Some of these chairs plain suck. Trying to pull an all-nighter in one of them sucks more.</li><li>Getting optical mice for the Zoo. We want to make sure that a dirty, skipping mouse doesn't induce you to throw out a Zoo animal in a fit of delusional rage at 6:00 am. PETA would hate on us for causing animal cruelty.</li><li>Augmenting the collection of books in the Zoo Library.</li><li>Setting up a GForge / CVS repository.</li></ol>
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So long, and thanks for all the fish! May 2, 2004
As this year's DSAC prepares to say goodbye, we'd like to congratulate the winners of the DSAC election for next year:



  • Anthony Di Franco (BR '05)
  • Emmett Shear (DC '05)
  • Reuben Grinberg (TC '05)
  • James Clifton Terry (SM '05)
  • Jamie Yoo (BR '06)

Have a great summer; we (well, one of us) will see you next year!


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A) Replacing defective chairs in the Zoo. Some of these chairs plain suck. Trying to pull an all-nighter in one of them sucks more.
B) Getting optical mice for the Zoo. We want to make sure that a dirty, skipping mouse doesn't induce you to throw out a Zoo animal in a fit of delusional rage at 6:00 am. PETA would hate on us for causing animal cruelty.
C) Augmenting the collection of books in the Zoo Library.
D) Setting up a GForge / CVS repository.
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<ol><li>Replacing defective chairs in the Zoo. Some of these chairs plain suck. Trying to pull an all-nighter in one of them sucks more.</li><li>Getting optical mice for the Zoo. We want to make sure that a dirty, skipping mouse doesn't induce you to throw out a Zoo animal in a fit of delusional rage at 6:00 am. PETA would hate on us for causing animal cruelty.</li><li>Augmenting the collection of books in the Zoo Library.</li><li>Setting up a GForge / CVS repository.</li></ol>
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<table><tr><td><h2>About the Zoo</h2>The Zoo is Yale University's Computer Science Department's undergraduate computing laboratory. It is a cluster of 38 dual processor Pentium IV machines running Suse 9.1 Professional and is located on the third floor of Arthur K. Watson Hall at 51 Prospect Street.</td><td><h2>Working in the Zoo</h2>See our local collection of online help resources for help in using the Zoo, including policies and rules, hardware and software information, and a brief tutorial to help new users get started.</td></tr><tr><td><h2>Online Zoo Tools</h2>The online Zoo Tools allow you to find out who is currently logged in to the Zoo, see which nodes are free for remote login, request account upgrades, and make trouble reports.</td><td><h2>Zoo Resources</h2>The Zoo is the home of DSAC, the <u>D</u>epartmental <u>S</u>tudent <u>A</u>dvisory <u>C</u>ommittee. It also hosts a collection of personal home pages for undergraduate CS students.</td></tr></table>
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About the Zoo

The Zoo is Yale University's Computer Science Department's undergraduate computing laboratory. It is a cluster of 38 dual processor Pentium IV machines running Suse 9.1 Professional and is located on the third floor of Arthur K. Watson Hall at 51 Prospect Street.</td><td>

Working in the Zoo

See our local collection of online help resources for help in using the Zoo, including policies and rules, hardware and software information, and a brief tutorial to help new users get started.</td></tr><tr><td>

Online Zoo Tools

The online Zoo Tools allow you to find out who is currently logged in to the Zoo, see which nodes are free for remote login, request account upgrades, and make trouble reports.</td><td>

Zoo Resources

The Zoo is the home of DSAC, the <u>D</u>epartmental <u>S</u>tudent <u>A</u>dvisory <u>C</u>ommittee. It also hosts a collection of personal home pages for undergraduate CS students.</td></tr></table>
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<table><tr><td>

About the Zoo

The Zoo is Yale University's Computer Science Department's undergraduate computing laboratory. It is a cluster of 38 dual processor Pentium IV machines running Suse 9.1 Professional and is located on the third floor of Arthur K. Watson Hall at 51 Prospect Street.</td><td>

Working in the Zoo

See our local collection of online help resources for help in using the Zoo, including policies and rules, hardware and software information, and a brief tutorial to help new users get started.</td></tr><tr><td>

Online Zoo Tools

The online Zoo Tools allow you to find out who is currently logged in to the Zoo, see which nodes are free for remote login, request account upgrades, and make trouble reports.</td><td>

Zoo Resources

The Zoo is the home of DSAC, the <u>D</u>epartmental <u>S</u>tudent <u>A</u>dvisory <u>C</u>ommittee. It also hosts a collection of personal home pages for undergraduate CS students.</td></tr></table>
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<table><tr><td><h2>About the Zoo</h2>The Zoo is Yale University's Computer Science Department's undergraduate computing laboratory. It is a cluster of 38 dual processor Pentium IV machines running Suse 9.1 Professional and is located on the third floor of Arthur K. Watson Hall at 51 Prospect Street.</td><td><h2>Working in the Zoo</h2>See our local collection of online help resources for help in using the Zoo, including policies and rules, hardware and software information, and a brief tutorial to help new users get started.</td></tr><tr><td><h2>Online Zoo Tools</h2>The online Zoo Tools allow you to find out who is currently logged in to the Zoo, see which nodes are free for remote login, request account upgrades, and make trouble reports.</td><td><h2>Zoo Resources</h2>The Zoo is the home of DSAC, the <u>D</u>epartmental <u>S</u>tudent <u>A</u>dvisory <u>C</u>ommittee. It also hosts a collection of personal home pages for undergraduate CS students.</td></tr></table>
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Many of you have noticed recurrent problems with the printer (zoo1) in the open zoo. It is officially dead now and will be replaced soon. For now, please print? to zoo2 (in the closed zoo) or lw3 (near the offices on the third floor.
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Many of you have noticed recurrent problems with the printer (zoo1) in the open zoo. It is officially dead now and will be replaced soon. For now, please print to zoo2 (in the closed zoo) or lw3 (near the offices on the third floor.
September 17, 2004, at 02:36 PM by Reuben
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Printer Replacement September 17, 2004
Many of you have noticed recurrent problems with the printer (zoo1) in the open zoo. It is officially dead now and will be replaced soon. For now, please print? to zoo2 (in the closed zoo) or lw3 (near the offices on the third floor.


September 17, 2004, at 02:23 PM by 128.36.232.35
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The Zoo is Yale University's Computer Science Department's undergraduate computing laboratory. It is a cluster of 38 dual processor Pentium IV machines running Suse 9.1 Professional and is located on the third floor of Arthur K. Watson Hall at 51 Prospect Street.
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The Zoo is Yale University's Computer Science Department's undergraduate computing laboratory. It is a cluster of 38 dual processor Pentium IV machines running Suse 9.1 Professional and is located on the third floor of Arthur K. Watson Hall at 51 Prospect Street.</td><td>
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See our local collection of online help resources for help in using the Zoo, including policies and rules, hardware and software information, and a brief tutorial to help new users get started.
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See our local collection of online help resources for help in using the Zoo, including policies and rules, hardware and software information, and a brief tutorial to help new users get started.</td></tr><tr><td>
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The online Zoo Tools allow you to find out who is currently logged in to the Zoo, see which nodes are free for remote login, request account upgrades, and make trouble reports.
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The online Zoo Tools allow you to find out who is currently logged in to the Zoo, see which nodes are free for remote login, request account upgrades, and make trouble reports.</td><td>
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The Zoo is the home of DSAC, the <u>D</u>epartmental <u>S</u>tudent <u>A</u>dvisory <u>C</u>ommittee. It also hosts a collection of personal home pages for undergraduate CS students.
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The Zoo is the home of DSAC, the <u>D</u>epartmental <u>S</u>tudent <u>A</u>dvisory <u>C</u>ommittee. It also hosts a collection of personal home pages for undergraduate CS students.</td></tr></table>
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The Zoo is the home of DSAC, the <u>D</u>epartmental <u>S</u>tudent <u>A</u>dvisory <u>C</u>ommittee. It also hosts a collection of personal home pages for undergraduate CS students.</td></tr></table>
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Zoo Resources

The Zoo is the home of DSAC, the <u>D</u>epartmental <u>S</u>tudent <u>A</u>dvisory <u>C</u>ommittee. It also hosts a collection of personal home pages for undergraduate CS students.
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The Zoo is the home of DSAC, the <u>D</u>epartmental <u>S</u>tudent <u>A</u>dvisory <u>C</u>ommittee. It also hosts a collection of personal home pages for undergraduate CS students.
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</td><td><h2>Zoo Resources</h2>
The Zoo is the home of DSAC, the <u>D</u>epartmental <u>S</u>tudent <u>A</u>dvisory <u>C</u>ommittee. It also hosts a collection of personal home pages for undergraduate CS students.</td></tr></table>
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Zoo News

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About the Zoo

The Zoo is Yale University's Computer Science Department's undergraduate computing laboratory. It is a cluster of 38 dual processor Pentium IV machines running Suse 9.1 Professional and is located on the third floor of Arthur K. Watson Hall at 51 Prospect Street.
</td><td>

Working in the Zoo

See our local collection of online help resources for help in using the Zoo, including policies and rules, hardware and software information, and a brief tutorial to help new users get started.
</td></tr><tr><td>

Online Zoo Tools

The online Zoo Tools allow you to find out who is currently logged in to the Zoo, see which nodes are free for remote login, request account upgrades, and make trouble reports.
</td><td>

Zoo Resources

The Zoo is the home of DSAC, the <u>D</u>epartmental <u>S</u>tudent <u>A</u>dvisory <u>C</u>ommittee. It also hosts a collection of personal home pages for undergraduate CS students.
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About the Zoo

The Zoo is Yale University's Computer Science Department's undergraduate computing laboratory. It is a cluster of 38 dual processor Pentium IV machines running Suse 9.1 Professional and is located on the third floor of Arthur K. Watson Hall at 51 Prospect Street.

Working in the Zoo

See our local collection of online help resources for help in using the Zoo, including policies and rules, hardware and software information, and a brief tutorial to help new users get started.

Online Zoo Tools

The online Zoo Tools allow you to find out who is currently logged in to the Zoo, see which nodes are free for remote login, request account upgrades, and make trouble reports.

Zoo Resources

The Zoo is the home of DSAC, the <u>D</u>epartmental <u>S</u>tudent <u>A</u>dvisory <u>C</u>ommittee. It also hosts a collection of personal home pages for undergraduate CS students.
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September 10, 2004, at 10:52 PM by Reuben
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The Zoo is the home of DSAC, the Departmental Student Advisory Committee. It also hosts a collection of personal home pages for undergraduate CS students.
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The Zoo is the home of DSAC, the <u>D</u>epartmental <u>S</u>tudent <u>A</u>dvisory <u>C</u>ommittee. It also hosts a collection of personal home pages for undergraduate CS students.
September 09, 2004, at 02:35 PM by Reuben
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The Zoo is Yale University's Computer Science Department's undergraduate computing laboratory. It is a cluster of 38 dual processor Pentium IV machines running Suse and is located on the third floor of Arthur K. Watson Hall at 51 Prospect Street.
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The Zoo is Yale University's Computer Science Department's undergraduate computing laboratory. It is a cluster of 38 dual processor Pentium IV machines running Suse 9.1 Professional and is located on the third floor of Arthur K. Watson Hall at 51 Prospect Street.
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The Zoo is Yale University's Computer Science Department's undergraduate computing laboratory. It is a cluster of 38 dual processor Pentium IV machines running Red Hat Linux and is located on the third floor of Arthur K. Watson Hall at 51 Prospect Street.
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The Zoo is Yale University's Computer Science Department's undergraduate computing laboratory. It is a cluster of 38 dual processor Pentium IV machines running Suse and is located on the third floor of Arthur K. Watson Hall at 51 Prospect Street.
September 07, 2004, at 05:34 PM by Reuben
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Zoo File Server Upgrade September 7, 2004
The Zoo file server will be going down for a BIOS and kernel upgrade at 11am on Thursday, September 9th. The upgrades should last no more than one half hour. Please make sure all of your work is saved.

These upgrades will improve reliability on the Zoo file server, so hopefully we will not suffer another major outage similar to last week's problems.

thanks,
Jim Faulkner
Zoo Systems Administrator


September 02, 2004, at 10:15 AM by 128.36.70.185
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<h2><center>Old News</center></h2>
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DSAC Elections April 27, 2004
DSAC Elections are presently under way. Undergraduates with Zoo accounts are welcome to run the command ~/dsac/vote from any Zoo node to express their preferences for their 2004-2005 DSAC representatives. Elections close at 11:59 PM on Saturday May 1, 2004.


DSAC Nominations April 16, 2004
Do you get into custody disputes over your favorite zoo animal? Do you use the zoo cleaning staff as your personal alarm clock? Have you submitted to the International Obfuscated C Code Contest? Can you recite the Pledge of Allegiance in ASCII hex codes?

If so, you really should have gone to MIT.

On the other hand, if you're a friendly, social undergraduate (of any major) who has taken or is taking a computer science course numbered 223 or higher, then you should run for DSAC next year!

To declare your candidacy, please email dsac@zoo.cs.yale.edu with a candidacy statement of no longer than 50 lines. You will receive a confirmation email. Declarations of candidacy are due before midnight (i.e., 11:59) on Friday, April 23. You can find out more about DSAC here.
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September 02, 2004, at 10:09 AM by 128.36.70.185
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The Zoo webpage is now running on http://www.pmwiki.org. The old website is still [[available https://zoo.cs.yale.edu/old.shtml]].

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The Zoo webpage is now running on PmWiki. The old website is still available.


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New Zoo Webpage September 2, 2004
The Zoo webpage is now running on http://www.pmwiki.org. The old website is still [[available https://zoo.cs.yale.edu/old.shtml]].

August 05, 2004, at 09:18 PM by Reuben Grinberg
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Anthony Di Franco?

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Anthony Di Franco?

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To declare your candidacy, please email dsac@zoo.cs.yale.edu with a candidacy statement of no longer than 50 lines. You will receive a confirmation email. Declarations of candidacy are due before midnight (i.e., 11:59) on Friday, April 23. You can find out more about DSAC here.
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To declare your candidacy, please email dsac@zoo.cs.yale.edu with a candidacy statement of no longer than 50 lines. You will receive a confirmation email. Declarations of candidacy are due before midnight (i.e., 11:59) on Friday, April 23. You can find out more about DSAC here.
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Do you get into custody disputes over your favorite zoo animal? Do you use the zoo cleaning staff as your personal alarm clock? Have you submitted to the International Obfuscated C Code Contest? Can you recite the Pledge of Allegiance in ASCII hex codes?
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Do you get into custody disputes over your favorite zoo animal? Do you use the zoo cleaning staff as your personal alarm clock? Have you submitted to the International Obfuscated C Code Contest? Can you recite the Pledge of Allegiance in ASCII hex codes?
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The Zoo is the home of DSAC, the Departmental Student Advisory Committee. It also hosts a collection of personal home pages for undergraduate CS students.
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The Zoo is the home of DSAC, the Departmental Student Advisory Committee. It also hosts a collection of personal home pages for undergraduate CS students.
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DSAC photos available

June 2, 2004
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DSAC photos available June 2, 2004
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So long, and thanks for all the fish!

May 2, 2004
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So long, and thanks for all the fish! May 2, 2004
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DSAC Elections

April 27, 2004
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DSAC Elections April 27, 2004
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DSAC Nominations

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DSAC Nominations April 16, 2004
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The Zoo is the home of DSAC, the Departmental Student Advisory Committee. It also hosts a collection of personal home pages for undergraduate CS students.
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The Zoo is the home of DSAC, the Departmental Student Advisory Committee. It also hosts a collection of personal home pages for undergraduate CS students.
August 04, 2004, at 07:24 PM by 128.36.72.109
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In an effort to preserve DSAC history for the ages, we are maintaining a DSAC photo album and we have expanded the zoo library to include such classic titles as K&R and the Gilligan's Island DVD set.
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In an effort to preserve DSAC history for the ages, we are maintaining a DSAC photo album and we have expanded the zoo library to include such classic titles as K&R and the Gilligan's Island DVD set.
August 04, 2004, at 07:24 PM by 128.36.72.109
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In an effort to preserve DSAC history for the ages, we are maintaining a DSAC photo album and we have expanded the zoo library to include such classic titles as K&R and the Gilligan's Island DVD set.
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In an effort to preserve DSAC history for the ages, we are maintaining a DSAC photo album and we have expanded the zoo library to include such classic titles as K&R and the Gilligan's Island DVD set.
August 04, 2004, at 06:17 PM by 128.36.72.109
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DSAC Elections are presently under way. Undergraduates with Zoo accounts are welcome to run the command ~/dsac/vote from any Zoo node to express their preferences for their 2004-2005 DSAC representatives. Elections close at 11:59 PM on Saturday May 1, 2004.
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DSAC Elections are presently under way. Undergraduates with Zoo accounts are welcome to run the command ~/dsac/vote from any Zoo node to express their preferences for their 2004-2005 DSAC representatives. Elections close at 11:59 PM on Saturday May 1, 2004.
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To declare your candidacy, please email dsac@zoo.cs.yale.edu with a candidacy statement of no longer than 50 lines. You will receive a confirmation email. Declarations of candidacy are due before midnight (i.e., 11:59) on Friday, April 23. You can find out more about DSAC here.
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To declare your candidacy, please email dsac@zoo.cs.yale.edu with a candidacy statement of no longer than 50 lines. You will receive a confirmation email. Declarations of candidacy are due before midnight (i.e., 11:59) on Friday, April 23. You can find out more about DSAC here.
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The Zoo is Yale University's Computer Science Department's undergraduate computing laboratory. It is a cluster of 38 dual processor Pentium IV machines running Red Hat Linux and is located on the third floor of Arthur K. Watson Hall at 51 Prospect Street.
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The Zoo is Yale University's Computer Science Department's undergraduate computing laboratory. It is a cluster of 38 dual processor Pentium IV machines running Red Hat Linux and is located on the third floor of Arthur K. Watson Hall at 51 Prospect Street.
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See our local collection of online help resources for help in using the Zoo, including policies and rules, hardware and software information, and a brief tutorial to help new users get started.
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See our local collection of online help resources for help in using the Zoo, including policies and rules, hardware and software information, and a brief tutorial to help new users get started.
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The online Zoo Tools allow you to find out who is currently logged in to the Zoo, see which nodes are free for remote login, request account upgrades, and make trouble reports.
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The online Zoo Tools allow you to find out who is currently logged in to the Zoo, see which nodes are free for remote login, request account upgrades, and make trouble reports.
August 04, 2004, at 06:14 PM by 128.36.72.109
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In an effort to preserve DSAC history for the ages, we are maintaining a DSAC photo album and we have expanded the Zoo Library to include such classic titles as K&R and the Gilligan's Island DVD set.
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In an effort to preserve DSAC history for the ages, we are maintaining a DSAC photo album and we have expanded the zoo library to include such classic titles as K&R and the Gilligan's Island DVD set.
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In an effort to preserve DSAC history for the ages, we are maintaining a DSAC photo album and we have expanded the zoo library to include such classic titles as K&R and the Gilligan's Island DVD set.
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In an effort to preserve DSAC history for the ages, we are maintaining a DSAC photo album and we have expanded the Zoo Library to include such classic titles as K&R and the Gilligan's Island DVD set.
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Anthony Di Franco (BR '05)
Reuben Grinberg (TC '05)
Emmett Shear (DC '05)
James Clifton Terry (SM '05)
Jamie Yoo (BR '06)
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  • Anthony Di Franco (BR '05)
  • Reuben Grinberg (TC '05)
  • Emmett Shear (DC '05)
  • James Clifton Terry (SM '05)
  • Jamie Yoo (BR '06)

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This is the default HomePage for a new PmWiki
installation. If you're reading this screen, then
the PmWiki software is probably set up correctly.
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Zoo News

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DSAC photos available

June 2, 2004

In an effort to preserve DSAC history for the ages, we are maintaining a DSAC photo album and we have expanded the zoo library to include such classic titles as K&R and the Gilligan's Island DVD set.


So long, and thanks for all the fish!

May 2, 2004

As this year's DSAC prepares to say goodbye, we'd like to congratulate the winners of the DSAC election for next year:

Anthony Di Franco (BR '05)
Reuben Grinberg (TC '05)
Emmett Shear (DC '05)
James Clifton Terry (SM '05)
Jamie Yoo (BR '06)
Have a great summer; we (well, one of us) will see you next year!


DSAC Elections

April 27, 2004

DSAC Elections are presently under way. Undergraduates with Zoo accounts are welcome to run the command ~/dsac/vote from any Zoo node to express their preferences for their 2004-2005 DSAC representatives. Elections close at 11:59 PM on Saturday May 1, 2004.


DSAC Nominations

April 16, 2004

Do you get into custody disputes over your favorite zoo animal? Do you use the zoo cleaning staff as your personal alarm clock? Have you submitted to the International Obfuscated C Code Contest? Can you recite the Pledge of Allegiance in ASCII hex codes?

If so, you really should have gone to MIT.

On the other hand, if you're a friendly, social undergraduate (of any major) who has taken or is taking a computer science course numbered 223 or higher, then you should run for DSAC next year!

To declare your candidacy, please email dsac@zoo.cs.yale.edu with a candidacy statement of no longer than 50 lines. You will receive a confirmation email. Declarations of candidacy are due before midnight (i.e., 11:59) on Friday, April 23. You can find out more about DSAC here.


About the Zoo

The Zoo is Yale University's Computer Science Department's undergraduate computing laboratory. It is a cluster of 38 dual processor Pentium IV machines running Red Hat Linux and is located on the third floor of Arthur K. Watson Hall at 51 Prospect Street.


Working in the Zoo

See our local collection of online help resources for help in using the Zoo, including policies and rules, hardware and software information, and a brief tutorial to help new users get started.
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Online Zoo Tools

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Here are some useful default pages installed along with the PmWiki software:
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The online Zoo Tools allow you to find out who is currently logged in to the Zoo, see which nodes are free for remote login, request account upgrades, and make trouble reports.


Zoo Resources

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More information about PmWiki can be found at http://www.pmwiki.org.
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The Zoo is the home of DSAC, the Departmental Student Advisory Committee. It also hosts a collection of personal home pages for undergraduate CS students.
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