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Stuff Michael Meeks is doing
- Up in the night, mail, back to bed; up late. More mail,
downloaded some new evolution packages to isolate a crasher.
Interested by Greg's latest
Kernel Development paper, particularly Who is Sponsoring the
Work - clearly that hugely impacts the ability to support Linux,
the only conventional distros represented in the top 30 appear to be
from Red Hat, Novell, Oracle, to Mandriva (at 0.4%).
- Finally got around to spamming the gcc/binutils/libc
lists with my vtrelocs win. Lots of research, paper writing etc. Call
with JP. Ralf all-hands call. Cracking cold, gone to the chest.
- Dinner, watched the end of the Fellowship of the Ring,
back to work, feeling horribly groggy. Experienced the nice 'Merge'
function for contacts in the latest Evo, the duplication-without-assistance
dialog always really irritated me before; great to see it fixed.
Continued report writing.
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