Monthly Archives: June 2005


I’ve spent the last five hours triaging the open bugs of recent-files. Some of them were in bugzilla since 2003, and many were marked UNCOFIRMED. First of all, I scanned the bugs with patches, and created a first batch with … Continue reading

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Taking My Part

recent-files I’ve began assuming maintainership of all the bugs inside Bugzilla for the recent-files component of libegg. The listed bugs are basically issues against API unfriendlyness towards language bindings; segfaults for being too optimistic against user intervention on the storage … Continue reading

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Blue skies from pain

ork: These last two months of working at $WE_TEACH_TO_TEENAGERS will kill me… I’ve been wiping out disks (which have seen too many months without a format) since last week; Windows9x is Pain and Suffering to maintain. Unfortunately, we still have … Continue reading

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Back from GUADEC

Yesterday I came back from the GUADEC 2005 in Stuttgart. It has been freakin’ awesome! The talks, the people, the organization… Simply amazing. I enjoyed every talk I attended: the Cairo talk by Owen Taylor; the Keith Packard’s talk on … Continue reading

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