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Stuff Michael Meeks is doing
Up early, breakfast, off to the LibreOffice dev-room, good to
catch some of Italo's nice overview talk, lots of Lanedo guys, friendly
RedHat faces and key members of the team. Enjoyed Caolan's toolkit /
Gave my: talk on Easy
Hacks: they're easy and they're significant hacks:
Off for a bite of lunch with Caolan, then on to the (packed)
Legal dev-room (with Bradley as bouncer) to catch the end of Allison's
talk. Then gave a talk: Risks and Benefits of Copyright Assignment
Talked to Michael and a Wiki translation chap a little after that,
and rushed off to building K, to see our lovely booth manned & womaned by
a great mix of contributors. Tried to get my demos setup - somewhat
frustrated by a nasty suspend/resume kernel crasher. Gave a talk:
LibreOffice: on-line and in your pocket - with the first Android
prototype screenshots (and demo):
Finally relaxed: bit of an intense day, synched with Dawn, Guy, and
helped a contributor with his build. Wandered to the booth to hand out stickers,
and catch up with the stream of interesting people passing by.
Off to the speakers dinner with Bdale & Keith, whiled away much of
a happy evening together. On to the sudden death to catch up with
Richard Fontana, Andrew Haley, Simon Phipps and more - bed at 4am.
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