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Another official - new blog entries appear now in my new blog. Why? * Possibilities to add rich content (pictures, for example) * Everything is on the same site... * Visually more appealing :P * and of course - comments, comments, comments :D

It's been a while again :D

Had nice offroad trips (3 of them) last weekend. Last one was really fun because we had a blizzard - wind was ~30 m/s. So on Sunday we manned the Volvo (3rd time this weekend) and went to conquer the snowstorm :D

The snowdrifts by the sea were awesome - almost 2 meters high. So once we got stuck we just jumped into them from the Volvo roof. It was so fun...

Today I finally started doing something useful for Gentoo again. Be prepared for announcement in couple of days.

So.. finally met Jorn and his gf Piret. We had some fun together - first we went to sledging to the slopes of the Toompea and later we visited occupation museum and drank some mulled wine in the museum's café.

In the evening I looked over and fixed some Estonian strings in gconf package (it was kitt's second translation so he wasn't quite familiar with strings containing %s and \n) and tried to get jhbuild running. Had some problems first, but currently it's building Mozilla and hopefully won't break while I'm asleep :D

I also did some translation work in the evening. My calculations show that we may have now > 50%, but I'm not very sure :D But if it is > 50% then this means that Estonian language will be partially supported for Gnome 2.10.

My grandfather was in TV :D

Hm.. I wasn't able to post yesterday, hopefully it's fixed today.

Slashdot has nice poll where they ask "Number of foreign countries you've visited?". My first thought was - "Hrm.. I haven't travelled this much, so maybe it's 2 or 3...", but then I began counting:

  1. Finland
  2. Sweden
  3. Latvia
  4. Lietuva
  5. Poland
  6. Czech Rep.
  7. Germany
  8. Croatia
Seems like I have travelled a bit :D

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