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Stuff Michael Meeks is doing
- Up early, call with Florian. I forgot to mention
yesterday (amid the bustle of interesting happenings) that he has
joined Novell. Florian (as CTO OpenDocument Foundation) has lots
of experience we want to bring to bear on our OpenOffice.org
development and interoperability efforts, particularly in the
writer core. Florian of course has contributed to OpenDocument
as a member of the TC, and of course I envisage that role
continuing, though no doubt he will also make a valuable
contribution to the OpenXML / ECMA effort. Either way,
it's great to have Florian on board, and back working to
improve OpenOffice.org. He'll be blogging soon.
- Woot. Petr tracked down the evil
Python crasher plaguing OO.o component registration. Hacked
away at some Mono / C# / XSLT code. Re-printed & faxed
updated expense (not a good use of time) - all for some
trivial adjustment, sigh.
- More hackery - got the OdfConverter at least
compiled and run-time crashing; good. Vaguely amused by the
various predicitions of doom and legal nightmares. RIP
Nuclear Power - killed by the heebie-jeebies.
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