News ATI drivers

Luc Verhaegen libv at
Sun Sep 9 04:01:28 PDT 2007

On Sun, Sep 09, 2007 at 12:44:13PM +0200, Egbert Eich wrote:
> Alan Coopersmith writes:
>  > Bauke Jan Douma wrote:
>  > > All this silence (esp. on this thread) from the relevant Xorg developers
>  > > (up to now) can only mean one thing: the report is accurate, and said
>  > > developers are under embargo till monday.
>  > 
>  > Or everyone who knows about it was at the Linux Kernel Summit last week
>  > or is traveling to the UK right now for the X Developer Summit starting
>  > Monday.
> Right :) 
> ... or are in a hacking spell.
> Libv and I are shacking up in a tiny hotel room with a HUGE pile 
> of fatty, unhealthy junk food and tea bags busy hacking away on 
> code. 

Now if only you hadn't forgotten that oh so handy and tiny wifi router 
you have been boasting about for months now...

> Arrgh, libv just pulled open the drapes... it's daylight outside, 
> hurting my eyes.

Serves you right :p

> Should anyone going to XDS wonder how to get from Stansted airport 
> to Cambridge:
> There is no train running at the moment - but a replacement bus.
> This bus leaves from the bus terminal one floor above the train
> station at the airport, bay 28/29 (which may already be different
> today).
> There are NO signs whatsover on the way to the bus, at the stop
> or at the bus itself. If in doubt ASK your way thru (at least 
> 3 people) and take the majority opinion.
> DON'T take the the bus at bay 18, this is a different company 
> unrelated British Rail. 
> Should anyone listen: British Rail SUCKS!

Another tip: If you miss the first bus, then don't go and sample the 
airport coffee during the hours wait. You're better off without it.

Luc Verhaegen.

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