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Stuff Michael Meeks is doing
Up early, took babes to school - sliding on the ice
here and there in the car. Plugged up every available spare
netbook in the area to beef up my icecream build farm; thirteen
CPUs (or hyper-threads) going at it all at once - nice quick
Dug through the surface of the mail queue, fixed
configure options so we have the best / easiest defaults
wherever possible for new hackers (once again). Great to see
Ricardo involved again, hacking away at VCL / layout. Joe
wrote a nice review of our progress yesterday it seems.
Plugged away at Gert's fun OLE object export patch;
merged it as an experimental feature for now. Chewed over java
bits, it seems we can default to without-java if Kendy's fix
really nailed the deluge-of-annoying-you-need-a-jre warnings
bug (rather a pre-requisite). Scratched head to produce more
easy hacks to be done.
Did some more python learning / training with Hannah
in the evening - not sure if it is the best place to start
(urgh), but still I started with BBC BASIC, and then moved
onto an assembler-up understanding of the stack, so perhaps
it will work out; got the concept of a variable embedded
(somehow). LibreOffice call in the evening worked late.
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Novell, The Document Foundation, Spaghetti Hurlers (International),
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