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Re: [Vrs-development] where are we at?

From: Eric Altendorf
Subject: Re: [Vrs-development] where are we at?
Date: Thu, 14 Nov 2002 10:14:49 -0800
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Well, I was at London right about then... :-)  I just got back from 
2.5 weeks in Ireland and the UK.  Unfortunately I wasn't able to meet 
up with any DG'ers; I missed Chris's plans to be in Manchester by a 
few days and wasn't able to make it out to Wales, and ducttape never 
sent me her phone number, so...  Anyway, it was a great trip 
nonetheless, though I'm glad to be back home now.

Good question -- where are we at?  I want to write some code.  I have 
"DotGNU volunteer" on my resume right now to show that I haven't been 
doing nothing since I got laid off, but I'm going to feel awfully 
ashamed if I go in to an interview, they ask me about it, and I have 
to admit I've been working on the project for 9 months and haven't 
written a line of code. ;-)


On Friday 08 November 2002 14:26, Ian Fung wrote:
> I've been pretty out of it, but I'm just wondering where we're at
> right now.
"First they ignore you.  Then they laugh at you.
 Then they fight you.  And then you win."             -Gandhi

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