September 4th, 2004

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I went to Sandy’s for breakfast, and had an egg and biscuit with coffee. I love simple things, you know? The best part, however, was running into the crew from SYC that I played frisbee with, and I sat with them.

Picture a blonde-haired, dread-headed but clean-cut Jake Matilsky. That would be Andrew, right down to looking at the food left by another patron when they left, and commenting on how he aught to just take it and eat that instead.

Now it’s rainy, about fifty degrees, and at least ten degrees wind-chill. It feels positively Olympic here, and that’s welcome by me. The garden (what survived the frost, which was most of it) is doing well and could use the moisture.

Hopefully, I can make today a productive coding day. I think the temperature and ambiance can’t do anything but help.

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Carrie just called!

They’ve been working on Lizard Head Pass outside of Telluride, so really close. Very cool.

I’ll have to try and visit her when she’s back in Durango and off on the 9th, 10th and part of the 11th.

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Some statistics. I’ve worked on 213 PLD packages in some way, making up 553 revisions. 124 of those packages are ones I added to the distribution. There are 7700 packages in total, and about 6000 of those are actually released for public consumption. And people ask me what I do in my free time.