Hrm. Friday the 13th. Jason lives!
Err, perhaps not.
In any event, spent the past two and half days home sick from work feeling miserable.You know, it's ironic that when I was younger I looked forward to being sick. Now that I'm more "mature" I've come to dread being sick. I can't really do anything enjoyable, even though I suddenly have the free time to do so. All the energy and joy gets sucked out of you. Still amazed I looked forward to this sort of thing when I was younger. Then again, high school was a pretty awful experience...
So Mozilla M18 is out now, and I've discovered that whatever was causing me to overlook the link to "Install PSM" on the milestone page has been fixed. So now I have SSL support in Mozilla, and it's all nice and friendly for use at work. Whoohoo!
Okay, now this is just plain annoying. I submitted a bug
describing the minor inconvenience of having openssh keep a
session open when there's a backgrounded child process of a
su'd account still running when you close the session. I
marked it as low priority and as a package enhancement (it's
really not a big deal). Now, four days later, it's no longer
in Bugzilla. No, it's not marked as closed or notabug, or
anything else. It's just plain gone.
Days RedHat has ignored my glibc bug report: 11
Days since SSH first promised to take a look at my patches and haven't actually done so yet: 28