Work has been busier in the last four weeks then I ever remember it, which is good and bad. It’s good because work leads to money and money pays my bills. Unfortunately, it means that less critical time-consumers, like L’âne, get pushed to the back-burner. On the L’âne-plus side, a larger portion of this work is L’âne related than ever, but it isn’t related to the next release.
Now the good news: I have my FreeBSD and Solaris test machines ready (well, nearly ready) to test releases. When I first started to test on FreeBSD, I uncovered some GNU-bias. With the addition of a Solaris machine, on a different architecture no less, I should uncover more biases.