Here’s a quick list of some of the things that come to mind that I’ve worked on in the last two weeks:
- GNOME 3.2 release press
- helped with organization of the Montreal Summit. I also have been trying to book my travel to go but it’s been
extremely difficult – I can get a flight late enough to Burlington, VT (only 2 hours away!) that will allow me to accommodate yom kippur but it turns out that the rental car companies all close right when I’d land, and there are no hotels or b&bs available that are accessible by cab. If I fly Sunday morning directly to Montreal or to Burlington, I’ll get in so late it probably doesn’t make sense to go. Any ideas I’m missing?now made possible, thanks to a suggestion by Marina!
- talked to a few reporters about medical devices and also GNOME.
- talked to our bank about fraudulent checks that have been sent out, appearing like they are from GNOME. Rosanna took good steps already to ensure that the checks can’t be cashed, but I talked to the bank about whether they can investigate the matter. They’re completely not set up to do run an investigation like that, which is fascinating. I think it reflects the fact that there is so much fraud that they can only cooperate with the authorities when they are investigating, not take any independent initiatives. Fraud of this kind is just so common.
- worked on scheduling a meeting time for the marketing team – if you’d like to help out with marketing, join the list!
- followed up on outstanding invoices to GNOME
- helped with the Q2 report
And it’s not something I worked on, but last week was rosh hashanah – happy new year everyone! I hope this year is a good one for GNOME.