Did some fun stuff:
- Released version 3.1 of Distel, my system for Erlang-compatible concurrent and distributed Emacs Lisp programming. Also wrote a paper about it for the Erlang conference. This is my first real paper, and I must say it's an awful lot of work :-). I'm greatly indebted (once again) to demoncrat for his help.
I hope the paper is interesting to Emacs hackers, though it'll take an afternoon's perusal of Concurrent Programming in Erlang to see the programming model that's being implemented.
- Did a teeny-tiny bit more hacking on my Lisp network stack. Now if you telnet to its IP address, it prints "Hello, world!" over TCP.
And otherwise occupied with Erlang hacking at work. Also visited Canada, braved the first real snow of the winter in Stockholm, and some other real world things.