Well, that was successful I think. I had about 11 people and 10 laptops around at one point. We didn't get anything actually useful done, but there were a few thing that could be potentially useful that were actually accomplished.
Robert Collins wants my EvilTrackingNet implementation completed in time to be packaged and inserted into ubuntu. That'd be kinda neat, if I could pronounce ubuntu. As it is, he gives me a lecture every time, because apparently I can't pronounce a 'u' and ubuntu has 3 of them.
Wifi is going well. Having Mr Netgear working is a godsend. I'm glad Elspeth convinced me to bring him.
On to tomorrow! Where Elspeth is running a Research Miniconf. Papers are available :).