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Stuff Michael Meeks is doing
Up early, more slideware worked in taxi & on steps.
Gave a talk on the story of LibreOffice - 150+ slides and still
very incomplete: so many good people to credit, and so little
Also had a talk on integrating
Gave another talk on the horrors of the Web
Out for a lovely, relaxing LibreOffice team pasta dinner
kindly hosted by Beta Co-working, and our Italian community.
More TDF BoD meetings, adding the staff & MC
all day - so much talent and possibility in one room.
Took extensive minutes.
FLOSS foundations dinner in the evening, back
early to write slides, up until rather early on that.
TDF BoD meetings all day, sadness of loosing leaving
BoD members somewhat soothed by the appearance of new ones.
Dinner together in the evening, worked on slides.
Morning CS3 conference round-up pieces. Train,
plane to Brussels for pre-FOSDEM meetings. Caught up
with Alasdair, met Kendy, out for food with Cor.
More talks and meetings through the day. Dinner
with Frank & team.
Early flight, arrived at CS3, enjoyed as series of
interesting talks, met some great people.
Gave a talk about new things & distinctives in
Collabora Online 4.2.x:
Party in the evening, met more interesting people.
All Saints, Laura back for Pizza lunch, read to the
family, played games, packed, bed.
Slept, most of the family out, caught up with
some work while kids out, watched The Blind Side,
took H. out in the evening with Emily.
More Univention Summit goodness, tram, plane, drive home
eventually, lovely to be back with the family. Synched mail, read
stories, did Taxi duty.
Up early, got demo bits setup with Marc; met a number
of customers and happy Collabora Online users. Caught up with
old friends & colleagues, interesting talks, good to
spend some time with Lothar & Mike. Walking tour of Bremen,
caught up with Thorsten in the evening
Mail, admin, builds; drove, plane etc. to Bremen for
Pleased to see the stable Collabora
Online 4.0.10 release with some nice wins, even as we're
polishing 4.2.0 over the next weeks to release.
Evening dinner with lots of Univention related types,
Marc arrived late, sleep.
Mail chew; worked on test parallelization; slides for
Monthly mgmt call.
Early prioritization meeting; lots of mail chew, chased unit
test parallelization and misc. other bugs needing fixing.
Early service at All Saints, drove to Kenilworth; family
birthday celebration for E. Fine food, interesting people, drove
Up late, into town with the babes for an English Breakfast,
took H. to the organ; plugged away at trying to parallelize Online
unit tests - made some progress.
Interested to read some of the other speaker's
interviews in preparation for FOSDEM.
Partner call, sales call, BoD call, finally got to bit of
patch review and merging of various sets of Online / mobile work.
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