27 Feb 2001 taj   » (Master)

I managed to get my app together in time and showed it off at my talk tonight. I was SOOO late, but the folks at the meeting were quite forgiving and even appeared to not fall asleep during the talk.

  • There are more python programmers out there than I realized.
  • Fixed around 10 kdoc bugs since my last entry.
  • A KDOC bug reporter mentioned a showstopper feature that should be quite easily implementable using the infrastructure I built around the @defgroup/@group tags. Externally overloaded operators need to be logically associated with the classes they customize in the docs.
  • Dimmu Borgir make some scary music, nordic black metal isn't dead yet.
  • Tempted a great deal to use napster after checking it out at a friend's house, but I still can't get myself to use it. I can't reconcile myself to wholesale piracy.
I expect people to respect the licenses and copyrights I associate with my software, so it seems right to respect those of the distributors of the music. I'll just go out and buy some more CDs instead - that is one of the advantages I had hoped for by going out and getting a real job. Then I'll sit back and try to find some other way to encourage the music distribution revolution.

Wish Baldur's Gate worked under Linux. I guess the upside is that I play it a lot less this way...(ie not at all - can't remember the last time this machine was booted into windows)

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