Upgrade tomorrow

Well, I was going to write a review, but just as I was stopping work (early, since I started this morning at 7am after waking up and not being able to get back to sleep), we uncovered a problem with WebLogin not reporting errors properly, so I dropped everything to fix that. Turned out to be a missing form attribute (plus another, more minor problem that I'll fix in the 3.5.2 release).

Between that, finishing on catching up after vacation, and writing a new man page for pam-krb5, that was the day. Add a little grocery shopping, baking bread, and exercising, and now it's time to go read for a bit. The review of Worldwired will have to wait for tomorrow.

Kind of a shame, since I was almost completely caught up with reviews, but I'm poised to finish several more things soon so it's going to be the weekend before I'm truly caught up. But that also means I've been reading a lot this month, which is a good feeling.

Plane reservations for the AFS Hackathon are all made, and I'll make hotel reservations tomorrow. I'm not really looking forward to travelling again so soon, but the nice thing about a five and a half hour plane flight (plus the inevitable waiting in the airport) is that I should be able to finish a couple more books even if I don't read at all while I'm there.

Currently reading: Jhereg by Steven Brust (yes, I finally started on that series).

Posted: 2006-07-12 21:08 — Why no comments?

FYI, for whatever reason you \cite didn't get spun out properly.

Posted by Jeff Vinocur at 2006-07-13 20:13

Whoops. Yeah, the journal just uses regular HTML, but I write in thread so much that I forget. Thanks! Will fix.

(If I were really ambituous, I'd write my own journal system that uses thread, but that would require that I deal with comments, and that's Hard.)

Posted by eagle at 2006-07-13 20:15

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