Today was our golf day at work. Even Linus came out to join us. Last year my team came in first, this year last. Was a great day to be outside; finally the rain's given way to some sun.
Today we did some crosspollenation between the NFSv4 group and the OSDL Security SIG group. NFSv4's big change from NFSv3 is its new security capabilities, so we are attempting to gain some guidance from the Security SIG about how we should go about testing/proofing it.
Also, Lynn and I have written an article for LinuxWorld Magazine, that will be the cover story for May. The article discusses how we're organizing the testing efforts, and emphasizing community-oriented structures. It sounds like due to how well NFSv4 has been going, that others will want to use it as a model for how to do other OSDL / community efforts, so I'm hoping this article helps give some ideas on good ways to mesh corporate and community structures together.
I wrote up a short piece for Advogoto the other day, Anger Online. I have absolutely no data to back it up, but I make the case that March is the hardest month for Open Source projects (with Oct/Nov being the best). I've always wanted to figure out some way of measuring it, but never got a round tuit. Maybe someone can take the idea and run with it, and do some plots and see if there's any sense to it. ;-)