Monthly Archives: July 2004

Moving to London

I’m moving to London today. Yesterday we had a farewel party at home. Every time I do a party at home, I say “at 21:00″, and then everyone is coming at 23:00, always. This one began a bit quiet, but … Continue reading

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If

If you can keep your head when all about youAre losing theirs and blaming it on you;If you can trust yourself when all men doubt you,But make allowance for their doubting too;If you can wait and not be tired by … Continue reading

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London semi-vacation

I spent all the morning sending CVs to London recruiment agencies. I’m going to London next Saturday and I need a job there. I’m a bit worried about not getting an IT job, because then I won’t have internet connection … Continue reading

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Feature Freeze

Today is GNOME 2.7 Feature Freeze day. So I had few hours to implement some features I wanted on gconf-editor and gnome-keyring-manager. During the evening I added a new option to gconf-editor to show last modified keys:Then I went to … Continue reading

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10 ca�10 vinos and some hacking

Thursday night I went out with lot of friends, doing a tour for Madrid ancient bars. From 9pm till 7am. 10 ca

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flims until 6am

Yesterday I watched three films: Coen’s masterpiece Blood simple, Woody Allen’s bananas and current GNOME hackers Top movie: Black Cat, White Cat (gpoo and markmc already enyoied it, what are you waiting for?) gnome-keyring: I committed ACL API to gnome-keyring, … Continue reading

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Recording CDs with muine

Some days ago I wanted to burn a cd for a friend with a Juan Diego Florez recital. I didn’t want to do it manually, so I tried nautilus-cd-burner. As the code wasn’t there, I wrote a quick hack for … Continue reading

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Rock and Roll!

I went Friday night to Plaza Mayor to listen Daniel Barenboim conducting Beethoven’s 3rd Synphonie with Berlin StatKapelle. It was in memorian for 11-M victims. Really bad acustic, but exciting anyway. Then some mojitos at Taskopolis and Ohm clubbing. Saturday … Continue reading

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Productive day

I waked up at 16:00 (I really needed to sleep after the weekend and Opera tickets story). However it has been a really productive day. In the GNOME side I did a bunch of stuff: * gnome-keyring: I implemented the … Continue reading

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GUADEC, Granada and opera

Really cool GUADEC in Kristiansand. Some interesting “official” talks and lot of informal ones. Beer was really expensive, but salmon and catfish was cheaper than in Spain. I took the return plane at 6:30 am that is painful. Granada: 24 … Continue reading

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