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Bought 5 Pseudotsuga taxifolia and 3 Phellodendron amurense trees, so the number of species in my garden is now 70. In spite of cold May, they all seem to be well, growing fast and having nice long shoots.

Tomorrow is a celebration of Estonian pagans, but the weather is terrible and I am afraid, nobody is able to do something with it. So maybe I should hack at home instead? Unfortunately more time in front of computer usually does not grow the amount of code produced, but the amount of coffe consumed. So maybe I should go? Or not to go? (This is the question ;)

5th birthday of my son Jerzy Edvard. So there will me much salad and coke, but no hacking.

Didn't believe that adding clipping to Canvas was so easy. Now I am just waiting Gnome 1.2 tarballs coming out, before breaking everything in gnome-print.

Seems that I have to start installing Win3.1/Opera/Edoura to my friend's 386. Never tell anybody you know anything about computers, or you are lost forever :( Who can nowadays remember, how this little Trumpet Winsock work?

Gnome print RGB(A) buffer can render text and clip at last. Still no clipping of bitmaps - it must wait, until I'll get Eudora running.

Added myself to Advogato.

I have been creating new things faster than I could manage them:

  • Floyd
  • Sodipodi XML editor
  • Sodipodi gradients
  • Sodipodi grids/guides
  • Gnome-print RGBA branch
  • GNOME Estonian translations
As everybody keeps asking me about gnome-print rgba branch, I will probably devote little time to it. But on the other side - guidelines - Mmmm....

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