working on getting the "check status" stuff in keditbookmarks "flawless" atm. its going quite well, i rewrote quite a lot of it in the process and cleaned up a few other bugs that i found during tested. keditbookmarks is frustating at times due to the complexity involved in d&d, listviews and command lists (i.e undo/redo), but its extremely gratifying work :)
also working on getting roi working in ksvg as its not working slows animations down tons. its really a requirement imo.
At long last i'm back online, and with a new company this time, Verza.com.
Due to many thousands of (good) reasons, i'm going offline until 5th Sep. And from this point on stopping/stalling my KDE development until at least the new year (probably). Bye everyone :)
Wow. I did it. I resigned today.
Anyone in Amsterdam area feel like giving me a job?
If so, please email me :) - lypanov at kde dot org.
LinuxTag 2002 was excellent.
Was very nice to meet Wildfox, tronical, frerich and various others at long last.
Helped David Faure through a long kword hacking session, then got completely soaked through while waiting for a bus with him and Scot Wheeler. The bus was to arrive 2 hours later, they really do go quite slow at 4:30 am :)
Lots of kde patches over the last weekend, maybe I should
add a list of my kde patches to my website.
Opera is really fast, was testing out the new Opera bookmark importing for KDE and noticed the loading speeds are quite far in excess of most other browsers. Of course nothing beats dillo as of yet :)
Looking forward to LinuxTag 2002.
The crashes menu is now complete and all crash recovery
patches have been merged into KDE cvs. Therefore, if you
want a short list of recovered crashes from previous
sessions in konqueror then just install
Wow, its ages since I last posted a diary entry, well not ages in comparison with some of the others i've seen, but nevertheless a fairly long time in comparison with the lifetime of a fly from an elephants perspective.
I really ought to add some content to my website...
New HTML Parser: The long-awaited libxml2 based HTML parser code is live. It needs further work but already handles most markup better than the original parser.
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