so far a busy day... got peyton off to school ... helped a fellow debug an interesting problem with kiosk profiles in a school env where if a dozen or so people logged in at the same time sometimes the profiles wouldn't take (turned out to be a problem with cache dirs getting assigned properly); he has an interesting patch to kstandarddirs that allows assigning profiles by system hostname (allowing for profiles to be tied to a given machine or set of machines rather than just user/hostname that i might look at cleaning up for kde4); did some e.V. work this morning (it's ironic that kde used to be my escape from corporate duties and now is the soruce of them for me); made progress on getting the podKast together (canllaith is going to try her hand at collating the individual bits, navindra is looking into the possibility of theDot hosting the files...). and i haven't even gotten to lunchtime yet.
btw, if you're a kde contributor and would like to do your bit for the podKast, record a 5 minute thing starting with "hi, i'm $YOUR_NAME ..." followed by something related to kde or of interest to kde users and then send it either to myself or canllaith. it'd be nice to have a dozen or more different kde voices every month or two for people to hear.
dirk mueller appears to be on a mission from $OTHER_WORLD with his coverity scan commit fixes. pretty impressive flow of commits. soon we'll be at zero defects on the coverity report at this rate. i fixed a handful of reports (80 or so i believe) but nothing compared to the shear force that is dirk on this one. =)