15 Jun 2002 jameson   » (Master)

Have been certified as a Master. While I'll admit that I'm flattered, I have to point out that this rating is silly (please refer to the certification guidelines-- No matter how much I'd like to, I do not work full-time on Free Software; the other points are more vague but don't apply to me in general, either).

On an unrelated note, I'm now in the lucky position of participating in an exchange program with the University of Colorado at Boulder. I won't go into detail about the various "accidents" and "voluntary cancellations of applications" that occured to the other applicants here...

So I'll be spending 8 months in the US of A now, starting in mid-August. I've been told that I might have to pay an additional $275 in order to allow the university to monitor my movements more precisely (as if this would be of any relevance to my plans for World Domination), thanks to some weird new law.
Suffice it to say that observing the US from within is probably going to be a major change of perspective...

Anyway, is anyone from UCB an (active) Advogato member?

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Very little in the way of news, unfortunately, except for some bug fixes, cleanups, Adlib emulation, and the beginnings of a Dreamcast port.

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