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It occured to me that my e-mail wasn't posted, or quickly available, so here it's leif@marblehead.com.

If you have any brainstorms, or ideas on how we could create an effective GPL'd Project Management software suite, please send me an e-mail. I will attempt to merge and post all related submissions on the forth coming(sp?) web site.

Today has been a fairly productive day so far. I found out that a good friend of mine has dragged his corpse back from the summer camp he works at. I still question his thought patern as he chooses being stranded outdoors in a tent with many screaming 9 year olds, rather than in a nice office playing with Linux on some really nice machines. I like the outdoors aspect of his job, but having to deal with all those kids would wear quickly on me.

As far as work goes at the moment, I'm developing some tools to assist project managers. I'm hoping to bring the knowledge I learned from reverse engineering Microsoft Project to some sort of GPL'd project management package. Unfortunately before I could tackle that project, I would probably need to start learning more about programming applications with X.

Emm... lack of time, learning X... In retrospect lets think web based using a combination of html/php/xml/*sql

I'm curious as to how this first diary entry will look. So just read this as an encrypted message... Maybe you'll find the "secretive" inner meaning.

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