I just wanted to mention that I have recently started taking the  
train to work instead of driving.  This gives me about 45 minutes  
each way of reliable, uninterrupted time to do a bit of hacking, so I  
will finally be able to get back on track working on VOS after a  
couple months of coding drought.  Since my laptop is a MacBook Pro,  
the first order of business will probably be to get the voss5 branch  
to work on OS X.  The commuter rail also offers a 802.11 to cellular  
bridge so I even have Internet access!

There are still some outstanding design issues I am mulling over,  
once I have resolved the immediate issues with my development  
environment, we'll have to restart the conversation on design and  

[ Peter Amstutz ][ [EMAIL PROTECTED] ] 
[Lead Programmer][Interreality Project][Virtual Reality for the  
[ VOS: Next Generation Internet Communication][ http:// 
interreality.org ]
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