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Stuff Michael Meeks is doing
Up early; more slideware prep, bus to the venue, more hackery.
Got various bits working - discovered it is indeed Federico's birthday:
apparently his calendar still works as expected.
I'd love to have some hints as to who it was that tried to grab
me just before my talk about finding and killing dead code in GNOME,
please mail me, I'd love to talk.
Gave a talk on LibreOffice and GNOME integration, with some
misc. status updates around what is going on in development right now:
Enjoyed the history talk, had lunch with Andreas; enjoyed the
lightning talks about lots of cool new things happening, fell asleep
Caught up with Will & Rob, Tim and hacked on GStreamer 1.0
support, all that dynamic system adaption / detection is always fun.
Off into town for dinner with a group of happy Collaborans. Back to
Rialta for drinks with may other hackers & friends, traditional
game of Napoleon with Jonathan, Rosanne, and j5 - fun. Sang happy
birthday for Federico, bed rather late.
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Novell, The Document Foundation, Spaghetti Hurlers (International),
or anyone else.
It's also important to realise that I'm not in on the Swedish Conspiracy.
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