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Stuff Michael Meeks is doing
Up, managed to forget to frank my ticket on the tram and get
fined; sigh - if only the lady had been able to sell me a three day
pass instead of three singles.
Met Kalman at the conference, and wandered the conference
talking to misc. people. On to Stefan's test-ability talk, encouraging
to see the unit testing work I prototyped in 2008 (and subsequently
broken by the three-layer-izing of OO.o, and tons of stop-energy) is
finally being taken seriously, and good progress being made.
Lunch with Rene & Kendy, on to Moritz' talk on bridge
building - amusing. On to see some demos of the latest MS Office
bling from Moritz (which is impressive), a few amusing bugs in
OO.o. Prodded the horrible formula support in MSO 2010 - cut &
paste a formula from Word to Excel, and re-size it: you get a
low-res bitmap, complete with cleartype artifacts, fun.
Interviewed a great candidate for our OO.o team. Out
for an interesting & pleasant dinner in the evening. Onto
a pub for somedrinks, and back to our hotel room until insanely
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