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I made some progress towards my XST goal, well-documented binary files are surprisingly easy to read. I'm sure that I'm going to be longing for python again before long though...

Hmm, August, two weeks left till finals... Yesterday I updated sawfish.org, Sawfish 1.0 was only announced three weeks late ;) Today I'm doing the laundry and reading tzfile(5). Wheeeee.

srl: Thanks, I'll take a look, I do have to figure out how to parse them though, as chema thinks that the best way for me to learn about this and XST is to parse them myself.

Today I was the guy playing guitar for "Dmitry and the DMCA" at the Boston Park St. T stop. We had a good turnout, >30 people, a lot of fliers, and hopefully some more informed non-geeks.

Free Dmitry!
srl: Are you going to the Monday protest? Are there any other Advogato-ers (word?) that are?

Hack:
Ugh, I really really really don't want to have to figure out how to parse /usr/share/zoneinfo, using ctime would be so much easier... /me sighs.

Web:
I've got my account on sawfish.org, not much going on with nautilus.gnome.org, need to talk to jdub about that.

Real Life:
It's been a crappy day, for reasons which I'd rather not go into detail here.
23 Jul 2001 (updated 23 Jul 2001 at 08:47 UTC) »
Web:
After asking about support for a website for Nautilus scripts, themes, etc. jdub and I worked out a plan for what will hopefully become nautilus.gnome.org. See nautilus-list for more details. I also talked to OctobrX quickly about doing something with sawfish.org. Stay tuned....

Hack:
Chema has been guiding me through the wonderful world of the Ximian Setup Tools recently, and I've been working on time-admin. Time skews a-plenty. Ugh.

Free Dmitry!
T -7 Hours for the Boston protest, which will hopefully get a nice turnout. If you're in the Boston area, the protest will start at the Park St. T stop at 12:00. See here for the dirt.

I joined the EFF today, and have been trying to recruit people for a Free Sklyarov protest in Boston.

Midterms finished today. To celebrate that, I dove into the ximian-setup-tools code and came very close to drowning. Chema deserves thanks for his patience and availability for dealing with neophytes like me, even when he has lots to do. Hopefully I'll have my first real end-user-visible code in the GNOME CVS within a week.

In other news, a group of my friends and I decided to go to a movie. One of my friends had been to the theater, and said that it was close by, so we decided to walk from Harvard. An hour later, we arrived at the theater... in Alewife. We took the T back, and were home within ten minutes, having missed any chance of seeing a movie. It's 3:48 AM right now, and I have to be up at 6 to go on a trip to Dartmouth. I guess a sane sleep schedule can wait....

I'm at harvard summer school right now. I've contributed two more patches, which were fixes to my previous patch *blush*. I spent the day wrestling with vicious-build-scripts and the current state of GNOME anoncvs. I'm happy with my grades , school and otherwise, but the fact that midterms are in a week is freaking me out.

School, SATs, and AP tests are all over. I contributed my first patch today, which I'm very happy about. Soon I'll be heading to Harvard to do their summer program. Life is good :)
How long is themes.org going to be down?

Well, I'm going back home to the bay area tomorrow, one week after LWE is finished, of course. I'm not bitter, really......

Coding: My python irc bot is fully functional, with a userlist and a database module. Just a couple more bugs before it's ready for public consumption. Also, I've got a patch for customizing the [double|triple] click [distance|timeout]. All I have to do is submit it and see why my approach didn't work ;-)

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