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Stuff Michael Meeks is doing
- Up early, hacked downstairs. Staggered to
learn that Lycoris is
shipping KOffice instead of OO.o, (with FireFox over KHTML) - that
seems mind mangled to me.
- Amused by the Eye's paraody of Labour's crime soundbite:
Tough on crime, Tough on the statistics of crime.
Wrote up some more docs on how to use the
cws system & helped Kendy get up & running there.
- Poked at the RTLD_DEEPBIND implementation - unusable for
OO.o wrt. the C++ weak-symbol problems. Fixed a visibility problem in
the HTML export theme changes. Petr doing some great working on the
localisation / build problems.
- Got some more NPP / bugzilla setup action, started filing
TOTEST issues in bugzilla for MtGorden to track more easily.
Prodded Stefan B / Andreas B about the parlous state of Gnome VFS
support in 2.0. Started checking the patch set vs an m78-pre snapshot.
- Cell group in the evening, J. bed early.
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