Luckily, I have been able to squeeze in time for FOSS work. Lots of little updates:
- I updated PXSL to build with GHC 6.2.2 and removed the dependency on DrIFT and some external libraries. I also build new RPMs.
- I released a new minor rev of LectroTest and wrote a (tiny bit hackish) module that allows LT properties to be integrated into traditional Perl test plans. I also put up FAQ-list and Forum sections on the LT site.
- I built Fedora Core RPMs for Emacs Speaks Statistics and James Clark's awesome nXML mode for Emacs (which I later discovered that Tim Waugh also packaged as part of the Fedora documentation project).
I went crazy and bought samplers for about a dozen different varieties of Jasmine tea from Upton Tea Imports (a vendor I rather like (despite their use of frames on their website)).1 Naturally, I also loaded up on Yin-Hao Special Grade because it pretty much rules. I am also enjoying (from a previous purchase) Guangdong Province Jasmine Dragon Phoenix Pearl. Yes, it's cool to watch the little "pearls" unfold in the cup, but the tea itself is delightful. The jasmine scenting is subtle enough to let the flavor underlying leaf through. Yummy!2
1. I am permitted to nest parenthetical statements owing to my fondness for Scheme syntax. (sure-fire jacob bait)
2. Did that little outburst just wipe out my tea street cred?
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