Back from Veracruz

Veracruz was OK. The congress had almost everything: good things, bad things, exciting things, bore things. But I don't want to know nothing more about congresses for a while.

So, as I could predict, my back was plenty of phone calls/IMs from Tatsa, Prosat and Abanet. Now, tomorrow I'll go to Tatsa in order to install a new NIC in their server where we'll plug the DSL. I'll try the wondershaper too. Then, I don't know yet if tomorrow, or a day after, I'll take the bus to San Luis de la Paz for a fresh new installation of OpenBSD 3.3, to patch OpenSSH (ough!), and to play with pf and its load balancing support.

In the middle of all that, I uploaded on my site the pictures of the trip, beside the slides of my talk. That's a stupid job, it must be automated.

The rest of the day I tried to compile the mono runtime in my PowerBook without success. That's a shame. I want to play with in that machine. Right now I'm search for the bug in bugzilla, again, without success.