I should find time and really learn Japanese. There are so many interesting people in Japan, including geeks and such. All the European and Russian geeks hang out in English places, but Japanese don't even always translate their sites.
I finally got everything to work. It worked once and does not work again.
Is it unfortunate or what?
I had a colleague that used to say: "Computer Science is not an exact science"
It sure seems so.
Moderating an Open Source project is tough job. I wonder, how long does it normally take, before benefits outweigh time invested?
I made some changes to Yamit website. I also applied some optimizations to VM code. 2nd stage boot is such a problem. I should just stop being lazy and go thru this debugging nightmare again.
OK. jmallett certified me, I did the same for him. I also think he's got an interesting project, although our goals may be somewhat different. I think Yamit developers should/might want to have goals discussion at some point. However, I am not going to the one to provoke it.
jmallett best of luck at BSDCon. Europe is nice, I suggets going to southern France if even for a day.
Now, we are exchanging emails. Well, maybe something productive will come out of this.
And I think I should also have more people to talk too.
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