Work is killing me, we are transferring systems to another set of systems at another site. Just as this is about to kick off, I am starting a co-author project on a book about performance tuning. Suffice to say I have not had nearly as much time to devote to working on software and systems in my spare time as I normally would. Not too mention school. Oh well, this is how it goes sometimes. Besides, wouldn't life be boring without all of this stuff?
Geez I noticed this huge gap in my diary entries, here is some stuff I have been doing over the last few weeks:
- contrib's DNS and using vi material to the NetBSD Guide.
- I also submitted a package to NetBSD (yes all by my wee-self).
- general list/chat room helping out stuff.
- Installed an irc server, anonftp server, DNS server and thttpd server all on my home internet gateway.
So I have been active, but usually that list would be 3 times as long :-) The cool thing about the last item was I transferred a lot of that experience right to my UNIX networking job. So the proof is in the pudding, learning at home helps.