(Testing the sclj client.)
So I've definitely got some criticisms of it, but I have to say, now that I'm sitting here using one of these new Macs, they're pretty slick. I could definitely get used to this. Now I just need to win the lottery so I can afford one. ;)
I do really like the fonts, though - they'er very clean and nicely anti-aliased - not quite perfect, but probably the best overall I've seen. I thought Redhat 8 was slick (and it is! very! don't get me wrong) but it's not as slick as this.
Anyways, ApacheCon progresses. This is the lunch break; after this is over I'm going back into another session, not sure which I'll attend, yet. The first one I went to was by Redhat's own Mark Cox and it was on apache security - it was ok, but nothing special. Definitely more of an executive summary than any "real" information. Actually, upon further looking, the next set seems to be utterly useless to me, so I'll probably go relax or something. Maybe I'll see if I can find someplace I can plug power in and hop on my laptop, which while somewhat less cool than this thing, is still much more useful to me. I'm not a big fan of shared terminals.