Hrm. Mid-February since my last diary entry. Zoiks!
Lessee... Subversion is at Milestone 2 now, meaning that I got all the WebDAV/DeltaV stuff in there to do full checkouts, updates, and commits over the network. (and imports of new code) Milestone 3 is defined as "self hosting" -- we'll be switching our own repository over to SVN and "eat our own dogfood", so to speak. My big tasks on that are the cvs2svn converter, and some Python bindings to one of the Subversion libraries.
Elsewhere, my edna and ViewCVS projects have moved to SourceForge. In fact, ViewCVS is now used on SourceForge itself! With SVN M2 in the can, I'm going to try and get a ViewCVS release out, then do some Apache and APR work.
Travel-wise, I've been to Seattle a couple times in the past few months, down to Los Angeles for the Python Conference, to Vegas for "boys weekend", and to NYC for a wedding.
Also, I got engaged back on Valentine's day. Anni and I have been together for nearly 13 years, so this isn't a "huge" step, but big nonetheless :-) We've got most of the stuff planned already and are in the home stretch.
On the PS2 front, I picked up Onimusha: Warlords last week. Way awesome graphics on that game! I've gotten through the whole game, I believe, except for the last boss. If he isn't the last, then I'm not sure what would be next. Quite an excellent game. Others that I would recommend are: Smuggler's Run, DOA2: Hardcore, Timesplitters, SSX, and Midnight Club Street Racing.
I think that will be it for now.