I just got back from a 2 and a half hour presentation explaning what PyFolder will be, and how it will be implemented. I had to explain a few things like Linux, Mono/C#, iFolder, Python, User Mode Linux, Firewalls, XML, Wiki, and Blogs. Plus I had to explain the differences between Python and Java, and the differences between public domain, Free software, and open-source. It was seriously an awesome experience. I am way over my head with this hole PyFolder thing, but if I can do it, I will get credit in the class 😀 Totally awesome! The only bad thing is that I completely missed my Intro to Japanese Society class. oh well, this is more important anyway.
Presentations are hard to do especially long ones. I felt like I was always out of breath, sometimes suffocating because I was inhailing more air then exhailing. I’ll have to get used to it I guess.
In other news I asked for 20 Ubuntu CDs after their first release. 10 X86, 5 AMD64 and 5 PPC. I can’t wait to switch my desktop, but at the same time dreading it, because there’s definately friction when you switch distros. Especially when your computer works just fine. In linux it’s not a matter of loosing your preferences, but a matter of re-installing all the software you had before. But I’ll be freed from the complete uselessness that is Gentoo.
I’m amazed at the quality of WordPress, it’s awesome beyond my wildest dreams… so in general I’m really happy right now. So back to reality, I have Three! Kanji assignments due tomorrow for Japanese. 🙁 I can’t belive I let myself get so behind.