Been a pretty good week in California. Mostly sorted out the hand-over to my new position. Get back home
tomorrow, and find out just how badly confused my life has become in my absence.
Managed to even get a few hours in at the LinuxWorld. The best part was definately the BSD BOF. Finally had a chance to put some faces and voices to a bunch of people. Also had an interesting (but short) chat with Jordan H. He had to run away a little early because of other commitments, but while he was there it was worth while. Talked to a few other people. All in all, pretty good time. The exhibitors area was mostly interesting, although I only had a couple of hours to wander about. There were a bunch of exhibits I wanted to catch, but I just ran out of time. Oh well, maybe next time.
Still sorting out my distributed architecture problem, but in the interim, I'm putting together a single point system to get the bigger pieces debugged. Should have something we can play with internally in a week or three, and available to anybody who wants it about a month after that. Stay tuned to this space ;)