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Stuff Michael Meeks is doing
Parents arrived late last night. To work; plodded through
mail, did admin: why do people like you to print out, sign, and
scan things in again ?
Lunch at school with all three elder Meeks girls, and
Grace Brighty - Myriam's induction day into the Reception class;
fun. Back for some more food. Found the drill sharpener manual for
Father to get to grips with.
Conference calls, new installation flow testing; I guess
it is finally necessary to write a btrfs implementation of fsdump
to see what is going on underneath.
Admired Father's success in de-cyphering the drill-sharpener
instructions, and my newly sharpened drills. Knocked up a steel plate
spring to encourage the extruder to get it's pinch right regardless of
fillament width, and excentricity in the drive. Managed to print out
Sat in the garden with the parents until late, catching up
with their American expedition.
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