Ok, let's get serious. This journal should have been reserved for work fun, not chiropractic status.
What is leaf working on that might have any relevance to OSS:
- combining release building into tinderbox
- setting up bittorrent style downloads for mozilla binaries to save on our soon-to-be-limited bandwidth, in case we can't find anyone to mirror us.
- trying to fix ssh non-interactive, identity based logins to make it easier to automate pushing talkback symbols for mozilla release builds
And what did i actually get done today? Not much. lxr no longer tries to pass search items starting with "-" as options to glimpse, so that's good. People should have an easier time searching for |->Foo| now (ok, they still have to escape >, so sue me). I started some scripts to track our per-second tcp usage on our biggest bandwidth hogs, and re-started builds after noticing that one of brendan's changes had fudged up the tree.
I also realized i have four days to finish the three tasks above and get bonsai, tinderbox and lxr moved to the new servers. Oh, and sanitize/publish a project that is escaping into Open-Source land.