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5 Oct 2001 (updated 19 Mar 2002 at 19:08 UTC) »
Back from 1.5 weeks of holidays down at the lake. A good mixture between biking, meeting old friends, cinema, relaxing and a bit of hacking ;-) . I hope my mind is now free/ready for the upcoming exams...
Yippee, qt3 porting started ;-) . But oh boy, there are lots of bugs...
Yay, exam is over. Didn't go that well, but I'm optimistic that I pass. Now I wouldn't say now to a little break. Some doing-nothing holiday down at the lake. Decided to postpone it for a week or two though and instead go do some caldera work.
Right in the middle of learning I hacked a new launching mechanism for the ioslaves in konq/e, together with Dirk. Fixes temporary memory consumption problems. A bit of a quick thing but I'm happy it's in and it seems to work quite good.
Learning, learning, studying, studying, ... Exam is on Tuesday...
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kandalf: I guess it's because the telecom disconnects after 15 minutes of inactivity. so make some continuous traffic ;-) . Like...a single ping -c 1 from a cronjob or something ;-) .
22 Jul 2001 (updated 22 Jul 2001 at 10:34 UTC) »
Welcome aboard kandalf :) . You might want to read the iptables manpage to figure out how to close 6000 for the outside world :)
Grr, exams coming up...
Yay, official konq/e ipkg is out :) . Hacked a build script to automatize snapshot and ipkg creation. Hacked up a patch for khc to support history, with one week delay, after I promised to coolo :)
It's been a really busy weekend. Been hacking a lot on konq/e. It's got a nifty bookmark editor now and quite some other fixes.

And whee, finished the article. My first ever :)

KDE valley is filling up :) . Werner arrived in Erlangen and Lars was here for a few days. It's just too nice to see KDE'ers in real life. Looking forward to LinuxTag.
Uhm euhm uni? oh, yes, I almost forgot. After LinuxTag...
Yippee, got 'make ipkg' working in konq/e . So building an iPKG from konq/e is a piece of cake now :-)
Smallish concert with the uni big band with grill party afterwards. Ahh, that was great fun!
Oops, have to hurry up now, to avoid being too late to the lectures.
Did some konqueror and ksirc bugfixing (looking forward to 2.2) . However I should learn to organize my bio-rhythm better....to avoid seeing myself hacking till 2 in the night and the next morning wondering why I don't get anything in the lectures at university :)
Welcome aboard Lukas . You might want to add yourself to the project :)

Wow, traffic on konq-e is increasing and some patches are coming in, nice :) . Ohh, qt 2.3.1 is out and oh joy, there's now a qt ipkg suitable for both, qpe and konq/e :D . Wonderful. Still, as Devin noticed, the package (konq) is getting bigger and bigger :(

Looks like the mosfet trouble is over and KDE is back developing at light speed. Awesome.

I'm looking forward to the holidays. Studies, KDE and Caldera work is extremly time consuming lately. Want to see the lake again, and make a bike tour there :)
Congrats Gilligan for finishing the abi!
It's been a really weird day. It starts with seeing that mosfet removed all his code from the KDE CVS Repository. wtf? Reading up the mailinglists it seems there was a hot discussion about code releases and testing and the like. Aha. The discussion still goes on (kde-devel) . Oh well. Spent almost the rest of the whole day (crazy!) in discussing a tiny design issue on #kde with frerich that lenny brought up ('do you have 5 mins for a tiny design question') . Exhausting, but a great fun. What a day...

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