Enjoyed conversations with many folks. Prepared a bug report for OpenSSH installs on Solaris 8 (their entropy collection scheme fails to run--hangs!--in certain cases). Compared, contrasted, and complained about the difficulty of installs of various Free and Open Source packages (eg. OpenSSH, PHP) on Solaris versus Linux. Forget about cost, ease-of-setup alone is reason enough to see Linux marginalize all commercial Unixes. Did some much-needed package upgrades and caught up on emails.
I worked on transcribing meeting notes, researching RS485 prococols, gave away KRUD and KRUDserver, and discussed Intellectual Property issues, and failed to identify a fictional programming language.
Added a "krudlookup" to "krud2date" tools so that you can say "Hey, what packages include this string in their name or files they include?". Updated qmailinstall to use the latest vpopmail. Yay!
Updated and odd Apache/mod_perl/mod_ssl on Solaris config to deal with the chunking vulnerability. Appears to have worked the first time. Cowered in fear of the unknown.
Upgraded my laptop to KRUD-7.3. Took quite a while, that will teach me to have a full install (over 3gb) on the laptop. Everything came back up with only minor tweaking after the update.