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I've been playing in my free time with the idea of generating XML from the doc-base database. Perhaps the RDF dtd could be used, so we could have a mozilla sidebar with the Debian's docs..! I'm still bumping into XSLT problems all the time though...

Yesterday I was to the presentation of a new product, Bolsanet. Lots of champagne..! =)

Today I went to fix a cookie problem. It turned out that the browsers won't get cookies if the domain parameter doesn't have a period. Going back to the office was the real adventure, as it was raining "cats and dogs" and me and my co worker felt that trip as a Indiana Jones kind of thing.. yeh.. sad.. I thought that too.

Let's see if I can make a log of what I do... Of course, the main question arises: Who cares? I have really no answer to this, but perhaps having a log can help me to make a better use of my time. I can later read it and say "Hey.. how come you did so little this week?" Of course, to do that I could well write it in Spanish in a log.txt file somewhere... but perhaps having it publicly available serves to a better.. hum.. audit?

Today was another boring day, I went to Visa just to tell people how to start postgres again, after having rebooted the machine. I corrrected the line in S99postgres and that was all... And then back to the main project, that which makes my life miserable.... =)

Sunday.... so, I'm doing nothing.

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