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In the last few days I've been working on my thesis and I've just sent a version to my professor. I'm starting to think it's not what I wanted it to be but I don't care anymore, I just want to finish it and get on with my life.

I've also started redoing my website, but I want to go to the gym tomorrow morning and understand what strange thing is happening between GnuPG, evolution and accented chars in e-mails that is screwing up signature validity. We'll see what happens.

I've taken another look at the OpenOffice code that uses the clip library and it shouldn't take more than 2 days to change the library, ignoring the debugging time :).

18 Nov 2001 (updated 18 Nov 2001 at 01:14 UTC) »

Yesterday I finally regenerated my SSH RSA and GnuPG keys (my last ones were lost when my laptop's disk decided to crash). So the next task on this front is redoing my webpage... I think I'll use XHTML + XSL this time. The experiences with FSF Europe and ANSOL's websites have convinced me that it's indeed a useful solution.

Finally somebody called my attention to the fact that Debian doesn't generate all the locales automatically... In an obviously unrelated note, perl stopped issuing those annoying warning messages about locales and gnumeric started showing accented characters.

My decision to avoid proprietary software got me to realize OpenOffice is not in the lot of free software. It still needs a polygon clipping library that is proprietary. I found another polygon clipping library that is GPL'd. If I get some time, I'll try including it in OpenOfffice...

12 days to deliver my master's thesis and no advances...

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