Linux, musical road-dogging, and daily life by Paul W. Frields
And then the C.H.U.D.s came.

And then the C.H.U.D.s came.

Spent all day at a conference at my old office — an outreach of sorts from Red Hat to do a technology briefing and information exchange. Best not to dwell on that right now, except to say that I came home an hour before dinner, caught up with John Poelstra and my email, and now I am getting ready to put the kids to bed and need a breather.

I spent a couple of hours this weekend triaging bugs, and got through about 50 or so. It was very empowering being able to take simple action to move some problems along! I highly recommend it — it’s possible to do between 15 and 25 an hour, maybe more if you’re really hardcore about it. I’m still a little tentative at times but striving to do the right thing.


If you’re a developer with a feature that you want in Fedora 10, it would be a good idea for you to get that feature page fixed up, and moved into the proper wiki category. The last FESCo meeting before feature freeze happens on Wednesday, so don’t delay — those pages need to be ready by… well, by today, but shh, I won’t tell if the Feature Wrangler doesn’t notice. ?


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