A few days ago I've made an agreement with the assistant professor of roman law (one of the two hardest exams in the first year!) that he'd question me today like he would on the actual oral exam, so I'd be better prepared (i have to! i failed it already too many times!) for it. I didn't really have much time and the stuff I had learned and was questioned about today- iura in re aliena – isn't the easiest mass in the book.

Well, after I finished, he said two things:

  1. "that this just proves that I was lazy, since I learned and understood it so good this time"

  2. and "that if I'll show the same knowledge on the actual exam and in the other sections of the learning materia, I'm a sure win" ^-^.v

He returned some, almost completely lost, motivation for my study for this exam.

Another great thing is that in two day two great girls, my firend and I met on our study visit in Germany met, are comming to Slovenia in two days. So I can look forward to a, although filled with studying, fun week!! We're also planning to go a bit to the seaside to chill for a day. :)

I have a HP PSC 1210 all-in-one printer/scanner/copier. It's a great piece of hardware, the only "problem" is that I have to switch by hand from one driver to the other with ptal-init. This got a bit on my nerves, so I made (with quite some help from other guys!) a script to make things easier for me – I made a shell script that once ran (as root) checks in which mode (=which driver it uses) the device works now, and changes that mode. Then I made You can download it from the entry I sent to kde-look.org. There's even a treat for those who already use KDE 3.3 ;)

From yesterday on my translation (those 60% already translated) is in the KDE's CVS as you can see here – don't let the "partially" confuze you, I did the translation, the other guy just went through it and submited it – it's probably how the CVS server works.

Anyhoo, I'm almost proud …first the script and now the translation ^-^.

It's been a great day all-in-all today :D

FOSS news:

  • Mtp Target is a Monkey Target clone (one of the six mini-games from the video game : Super Monkey Ball). After rolling your pingoo ball down a giant ramp, your goal is to hit a target as accurately as possible. From what I can tell, it's pretty addictive and fun …it has multiplayer!!! And they just hit 1.2.0!
  • Everyone knows there's tons of Quake engine forks and adds – well, the that's all and nice, but you also need the data to be able to play… And that's exactly what Open Quartz is all about!

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