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Stuff Michael Meeks is doing
Up early read mail, finally caught up on the bylaws thread:
starting to look really good. Reprap pieces arrived (Christmas
presents) from Joachim's Reprap
Source - beautiful.
Added a run-time gtk+ version check to the quickstarter; fun.
Compiled cabextract, and started digging into cab file size breakdowns.
Really pleased to read Jim Getty's detailed explanation
of why my Groupwise IM connection reliably dies (due to latency) when
I am doing a large download in parallal; something I had often intended
to investigate. Time to start the Free Front For Forcing Functioning
inFormation Flow ?
Spent some considerable time analysing our Win32 .cab files to
find out exactly which silly duplications of data were the most
important size-wise. Lots of fruitful investigation.
Lydia over in the evening, soldered up reprap opto end-stops and
made up cabling while talking with her and J.
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