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Stuff Michael Meeks is doing
Up truly early - 4am, staggered to the coach, wandered
through check-in and security; used beautiful Android ethernet
/ 3G tethering to be productive at the airport, reviewing
patches, setup another couple of git accounts, and mail.
Finally saw that the great honour of a Plumbers Conf closing keynote
got announced: "The wonderful world of LibreOffice" - with
particular reference to plumbers: ie. a bus-load of low-level grot,
tooling and fun. Of course, what with the Plumbers conf being insanely
cool, it is sold
out - so prepare to sell your home, to be able to afford your
tickets on the blackmarket in Boston.
Caught the plane, seated next to a friendly journalist; met
yet another as I got off - great guys going to the openSUSE conference,
shared a Taxi to the hotel.
Off to the office, wandered the halls harassing the innocent
who failed to escape in time; we have some great guys. Plugged away at
some numerical tasks, and then out for lunch with the Czech lads.
Back, roadmap plotting, misc. meetings, more and more Novell
LibreOffice team people arrived, out for dinner in a very cosy place
for a fine German meal, bed late after a re-assuring call with Andrew.
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It's also important to realise that I'm not in on the Swedish Conspiracy.
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