Yep. It’s here. Don’t really remember what’s new either, just got to have it. 😉 Get it here.
Tomcat 4 and Tomcat 5 handles character encoding of the document body and the URI in diferent ways. One of the main differences is that in TC5 HTTPServletRequest.setCharacterEncoding(…), by default, only applies to the body and not the URI. In other words, use POST instead of GET if you want .setCharacterEncoding(…) to apply to your form data.
Read this Tomcat FAQ post by Remy Maucherat to understand the whole picture.
Sweet. Here’s an article on how to use Linux to resize existing partitions.
It’s quite amazin what Google manages to put into it’s search engine. Take a look at this cheat sheet to see what you can do with the correct keywords.
Apache is best known for it’s excellent http server, and by many Java developers for it’s many excellent Java frameworks and products. I always expect high quality software from Apache, and I havn’t really been disappointed yet. This post on their news blog shows all projects under the foundation. Quite a few. 🙂
IBM has released a program for visualizing Wiki interactions over time. It can be downloaded here. It has plugins for MoinMoin and MediaWiki.