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Stuff Michael Meeks is doing
Up early, the final sprint in the LibreOffice saga. Conference
call in the morning, followed by long counsel with Thorsten.
More press pre-briefings, really encouraging to talk again with
some of the most insightful (English speaking) journalists out there
around Free Software. Caught up on all the mail from yesterday.
Went through umpteen 'final' iterations of the press release,
how final can final be ? Eventually it got too late for that, moved
onto massaging the web-site. Perhaps the mechanics of having to push
binaries to mirrors well in advance frees a helpful space for actually
finishing the job before going live. Peter Poeml doing a
fantastic job of getting the mirroring sorted, Fridrich, Petr and Thorsten
having doing builds left & right.
Slogged away at polishing the website with Guy, Christophe and
Thorsten until 3am-ish; hopefully despite our mediocre talents the result
is good; bed; back to send more mail and empty the mind - tomorrow
we go live at 8am BST as LibreOffice;
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