windmills: Today was a windmill-tilting kinda day… evince: Kristian and I cleaned up the selection code this week. It’s still a bit raw, but it’s much, much smarter than before. It was naively drawing the whole selection every time the mouse moved, which felt sluggish. We now only redraw the regions that are changed, and […]
Category Archives: travel
Travels: I left my razor in Northern California. It’s going to be a shaggy couple of days.
Travels: I spent last week in Northern California meeting with a customer. The visit with the customer seemed to go pretty well, though it took a lot of my time. I also saw friends and family while out there, and was generally kept busy. On Wednesday, I made it to a Red Sox game at […]
kerberos: I was helping Chris Aillon work on a Kerberos renewel dialog for GNOME this week. It’s checked into CVS as krb5-auth-dialog, though I imagine we’d make it part of some other package in the future. The dialog has taken surprisingly long to do, in large part because kerberos isn’t translated at all. I would […]
bad dog: Dogs should not be barking at 5:30 in the morning. Jester has been duly chastised. Gotta try to get back to sleep. bugs: I found a cute bug in the control-center yesterday. The only way that gnome-window-properties has worked at all in the past (if it worked) is through relying on malloc reusing […]
power: Zana and I lost power for four days. It wasn’t a lot of fun. Travel: Everyone has a place they want to go sometime in their life. I would love to go to Iran. I’m not sure why I find it so appealing — it’s not the current regime that is interesting. I’d just […]
travel: Off to sunny SoCal for xmas.