I'm getting lazy. Must stop that.
icq-t is experiencing a random "buzz" every so often where it suddenly pegs the CPU. It should definitely not be doing that. I've tried a few times to locate it (and incidentally uncovered a couple of other bugs, including an issue with the ICQ peer-to-peer protocol versions), but I can't find it yet. (But I did make a couple of advances in the meantime; icq-t now speaks client-server protocol version 5, and it does "contact messages" back and forth (they're jabber:x:roster messages on the Jabber side).
Jer, temas, and DizzyD were all here yesterday and today for meetings regarding Jabber, Inc. Somehow, they all remind me of the gang I went to high school with. (Which is cool; I hung out with a pretty good bunch.) We've made some progress in determining what needs to happen on the open-source and commercial sides.
Yesterday was Steve Adams' retirement bash, at the Denver Chophouse, just across the street from where our new offices are going to be. Don't think he's entirely out of the picture, though; he's still the largest owner of Webb stock, and he's keeping an eye on things at Webb, including Jabber, Inc.
Oh, that Avs game last Saturday was cool. They lost to the Red Wings, 4-3, but it was a well-fought battle. And I got some goodies from the souvenir shop afterwards, including a beret for Pamela. She's always wanted one.