This is my (in)activity log. You might like to visit my employer
Novell which is an amazing company, and also
Dell who in days of yore provided me with a
free laptop for Gnome development / conferences.
Also if you have the time to read this sort of stuff you could enlighten
yourself by going to Unraveling Wittgenstein's net or if
you are feeling objectionable perhaps here.
Stuff Michael Meeks is doing
- Up early, breakfast while sucking mail.
- Nice work from Cristiano De Michele, who it seems
has got steaming into the Gnome 2.0 work, having built the
whole thing from scratch and is fixing away / merging up his
fun new terminal improvements.
- It seems Jacob is steaming away at Gnome 2.0, fixing
up libglade and porting the most vital app Bug
- Nat's been around town gauging the user's response
to Evolution 1.0, extremely amusing. Wrote up my status report.
- Set to building gal, gtkhtml, evolution to tackle
my quota of bugs. Re-built gnome-core, it looks like Mark and
Glynn Foster are doing excellent work for Sun on the panel.
- Fixed up libglade radio button conversion. Had a
look at some particularly nasty Plug / Socket keyboard issues
just totaly wierd - passed 6150 on to Federico with some more
of an explanation of what is going on.
- Passed another on to Federico, sigh, to do with
key event propagation - the code looks fine to me, but hey.
- Off into town to change my flight home, hacked
tests for the async control stuff; you can create your
control, get a widget - and it's all resolved asynchronously,
and idly for you: neat. Discovered a nice deadlock in the ORB
and yet further cleaned the butt ugly IO flow control in
there, it's now almost beautiful.
- Back home, committed both sets of fixes, still no
word from Owen. Found and fixed a minor ORBit stable bug.
In case it's not painfully obvious: the reflections reflected here are my
own; mine, all mine ! and don't reflect the views of Novell, The
Lithuanian Gov't or Arnold Schwarzenegger. It's also important to
realise that I'm not in on the Swedish Conspiracy.
Occasionally people ask for formal photos for conferences,
Michael Meeks (email@example.com)