Ever have a moment where you read over what you’ve just written and realize why your co-workers think you’re a little touched in the head? I just did:
This coder is new to me. This means I can’t vouch for his development style. I have no idea if he uploads barely-finished dev versions expecting the userbase to do major crash-testing, or if he is cautious and only makes code available right before a stable release, expecting only minor tweaks from the userbase. 3.x could be barely usable or it could be almost finished. Dunno.
[module] released an initial, alpha version for drupal 6 this morning. You should assume that it will explode your computer and eat your children, and as such you should not use it for anything mission-critical.
Amy: “You’re such a cliché, Charles.” Sherry: “Yeah! There you are, with your Admiral Ackbar profile photo, sucking down your Mountain Dew while eating your chili cheese Fritos.” Amy: “..and are those Converse you’re wearing?” Charles: “Yeah, but they aren’t Chuck Taylors, so it’s not totally bad.”
I suited up early this morning, intending to be out the door well before 7. I know that my daytime minutes start at seven a.m., and that any call that starts prior to 7:00 gets entirely counted under night and weekend minutes.
Jody lives in Atlanta, and works the overnight shift. I don’t call him as often as I should, but the timing of our lives means that he is finishing up his day as I am readying to start mine. I take a perverse delight in making sure my calls to him start just a couple of minutes before 7, with earpiece tucked securely in my left ear as I drive.
Days of elevated temperature: ten. Though, it should be noted, today was the first day my temperature never hit 100°F. Progress!I have seen the inside of my lungs, and they are bright yellow. We’ll just leave it at that. No part of my body should be bright neon yellow. Yuck.
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is the home of Amy Qualls-McClure since 2000. She is a Drupal / quilt geek in Huntsville, Alabama. One spouse, two cats, no kids, lots of opinions.