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, chewed mail, updated the system,
more packing - if you're not going to FOSDEM, it's not
to late to book now; do something last minute :-)
- Got some chunks of my system into a
workable state; chewed away at the panel - not
shutting down applets properly. Fixed some bugs in
test-moniker, isolated the panel ref leak to the
panel / item container side. Finaly located it, just
as we got to Kings X.
- London is rather different to Newmarket,
no lovely flint cottages, beautiful horses on green
grass, shame. Got to Waterloo eventually after
navigating the less than clear Northen line middle
- Fixed the panel, beautiful cleanup on
crash, now to get metacity to play ball. Color
management in gtk+ 2.0, without gdk_rgb looks like
a total pain in the backside.
- Set out from Waterloo with the sun going
down over London, the houses of parliament &
Westminster Abbey looking very fine. The carriage
suspension is extremely under-damped, hmm.
- Made the battery applet render properly.
Spent a while polishing up my eel hackery for Darin.
Had another run at the Nautilus color management
- Got to the hotel, checked in, off for a
beer with Richard - the KDE bindings guy, and some
lady from O'Reilly.
- Back - chatted with Miguel for a while,
lots of exciting, and some sad things happening at
Ximian. Played with my talk, bed very late, realized
I should have phoned J'.
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)