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Stuff Michael Meeks is doing
Took babes to school; read mail, pleased to see at least some
being discovered from the Oracle / Java debacle no matter how much
some people don't like the facts.
Appalled to see Matthew
Allum leave Intel, it is a shame for MeeGo to loose such
expertise, and experience - warmly applied.
Pleased to see that Google introduced live-search to
the UK before I did anything rash. Remembered my gitorious
credentials for the packagekit move to there (and all because
FreeDesktop has such terrible account creation latency: why !?).
Got a clean OO.o compile setup, send a gdu patch off
to David, reviewed a PackageKit patch & begged zypp help
with some others. Filled out Clarity, prodded travel agents.
Poked at my previous Python problem, it seems Tom
Tromey has done some awesome python work with
gdb, which (no doubt) I should check out next bug ...
Dinner. Julia having counselling supervision, so worked late.
Interesting to see Anssi Vanjoki - who gave a very strong
to Symbian & MeeGo step
down from Nokia.
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