To summarise some random chosen facts:
- Still at the same project at work (started to stink months ago). Will it end someday? Soon we hope, but given the external dependencies and all the people required to be coordinated seems very hard.
- But still having a job, so the bank is happy I'm paying the mortgage every month. Me too :)
- Finally had my vacation, delayed twice in 2010, and with extra days as compensation for this!
- But also were doing extra hours (worked some Saturdays and holidays...)
- Which, fortunately, were paid accordingly
- Just to discover how the taxes on my payroll were also incremented to leave me with only the half of the extra euros :-P
- Christmas were not as good as other years, maybe because I got some kind of flu for the end of year. Not good for enjoying the meal or any other thing in fact. Sucks a bit to fall ill when on vacation again.
- Visited León over a weekend, and having a good time with Alf and his soon to be future wife. They're getting married after 10 years together, so I wonder they were not sure or just utterly lazy ;-)
- Finally searching solutions for renewing our bathrooms at home. That's going to be a hard (and expensive) task!
- Yes, new Debian stable, codenamed Squeeze, is still not released... I guess no surprise here. Since some time ago I'm following the mailing list and now I realize how hard is making everybody to converge on releasing, specially when free software is such a moving target and everybody wants the latest and greatest always.
- Claws packages will be there at the 3.7.6 version, which is fairly good so far. Anyway now that backports is part of the official infrastructure it's very likely the current version will be backported as soon as Squeeze is out and their backports suite activated.
- Sylpheed continues its road to 3.1.0, which will have an updated Spanish translation. It was a long time since I did it last time :)
- An itch has been scratched and the Address Keeper plugin is now a reality. This feature for Claws Mail has been around my mind since probably since I started to use it and was named diferently. It was the only feature I missed from the Pegasus Mail on Win32, which had it and had saved myself from typing addresses twice forever.