22 Oct 2006 (Sun)
Summarising this month's Tokyo Debian meeting.
Yesterday we had another Tokyo Debian meeting. It is a monthly meeting held in Tokyo, Japan.
approx. 23 people attended.
Kobayashi, kashiwagi, kurasawa, Maeda, Sutou, Muto, Yamane, Nokubi, Komuro, Takasugi, Eto, Yoshida@Itabashi,
mhatta, Kitahara, gotom, nakano, ysjj. Matsuyama, Kawachi, David Smith, Charles Plessy, et moi.
- We introduced what people sent as their homework; about
Debian networking configuration. Hot discussion about
configuration arose. An idea materialised: at DebConf, if
we had different network configuration in each room, and
required NTLM authentication for Proxy use, and meeting
schedule was fed through HTTPS RSS feed, will it improve
Debian weekly news trivia quiz; we only had 5 questions to ask, since DWN has stopped.
What shall we do next month?
kmuto reported on Extramadura i18n meeting.
pootle isn't too useful right now, but it's nice to know there is a task-force
for i18n with momentum.
Matsuyama presented about flash with flash created by ming.
There was a heated discussion between Matsuyama and Nokubi.
Uekawa talked about apt profiling.
Conclusion being, SHA1 tuning is hard.
After all this, enkai was held in "enya".