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Well not much happened until now. Kim (male) and I was up all night trying to maintain the different Red Hat i18n files...We did quite a job, but there is still stuff to be done before we can consider Danish as a well supported language.

Yesterday I mailed the guy responsible for the man-pages site, and today he replied "IN DANISH", that the Danish link now it added...That is pretty cool, as I think he is Dutch ;)

Right now I am going to take a shower and then pack the last things before I take off to the Netherlands tomorrow - I also need to go buy some things for the trip, otherwise I will be starwing after the 11-12 hour journey...

FYI: I'm going to The Netherlands in order to visit my girlfriend, which I miss quite a lot...

Today I just saw the latest PC Planet magazine, and it had two great articles in it, written by me of course ;) Anyway, they actually turned out really good I think.

Hi everybody, this is my first advogato diary ever..well people kept telling me to get an account here, so now I thought that the time had come to do so...

Well not much has happened today. I have been sitting here with my friend Kim, and hacking a little on the Nautilus Console Scripts. I have also been installing the latest and greatest beta of an *unknown* linux distribution ;) Well I tested it carefully and found some small bugs that I will have to report soon..lets hope that people won't hate me for this ..yikes..but they tend to do so :/ Anyway, in a few seconds I will together with Kim go through the Red Hat i18n files, and make sure that they are well updated with regard to the Danish language.

I will also have to soon port my Danish GNOME book into sgml, so it can be integrated in the book series, Linux - Friheden til at vælge. This is though a lot of work and might first be done after I go visit my beloved girlfriend in Groningen, The Netherlands.

Anyway, back to workin'.....

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