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Stuff Michael Meeks is doing
- Up early at 6.00am, getting re-synched hopefully,
still feeling somewhat dead.
- Chewed mail, wondered why the bonobo docs seem to
have such appalling coverage at the new status page.
Started looking into it - mostly gtkdoc brokenness to my mind, and
a load of macros.
- Documented a load of bonobo macros.
- Continued with ORBit2.
- Eddie Bleasdale rang up - he's been successful in
wringing money out of the UK Government to investigate 'Open Source'
[doh] PKI infastructure, which is great.
- Finaly sorted out the linc / ORBit2 mess, got Elliot's
approval and committed it, got to work benchmarking. It seems that
I'm ~5% slower than the large stubs / skels and 50% of the size.
Sadly I think this is because of some heavy duty inefficiencies that
have yet to be ironed out in ORBit2. Still, it's as yet unoptimized.
- Continued hammering bugs out of the typecode code.
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Novell, The Document Foundation, Spaghetti Hurlers (International),
or anyone else.
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