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Zefram 2017-W48 TPF grant report

From:
Zefram
Date:
December 4, 2017 06:48
Subject:
Zefram 2017-W48 TPF grant report
Message ID:
E1eLkXz-0006L8-6n@river.fysh.org
The hours that I have worked in 2017-W48 pursuant to my TPF core
maintenance grant are as follows.

2017-11-27:
  2h40m  smartmatch
    26m  [perl #119823] LABEL<newline>: only works in string eval
    11m  review mail
     9m  review tickets
  3h26m  TOTAL

2017-11-28:
  4h14m  smartmatch
     6m  review mail
  4h20m  TOTAL

2017-11-29:
  7h00m  smartmatch
     7m  review mail
  7h07m  TOTAL

2017-11-30:
  3h07m  review mail
    58m  [perl #131762] perldoc output misbehaviour
     6m  review tickets
     3m  smartmatch
  4h14m  TOTAL

2017-12-01:
  2h04m  review mail
  1h39m  [perl #119831] Data::Dumper: Useqq should apply to glob
         names, too
  1h06m  [perl #119829] usemymalloc cannot handle long strings
    21m  [perl #126414] perl rounds inode in PP stat
    17m  [perl #131762] perldoc output misbehaviour
     3m  review tickets
  5h30m  TOTAL

2017-12-02:
  2h16m  smartmatch
    28m  review tickets
    21m  [perl #125806] Perl segfaults in BEGIN, write to null
         pointer, separate bug
    20m  review mail
  3h25m  TOTAL

2017-12-03:
  4h50m  [perl #125806] Perl segfaults in BEGIN, write to null
         pointer, separate bug
  4h50m  TOTAL

2017-W48 as a whole:
 16h13m  smartmatch
  5h55m  review mail
  5h11m  [perl #125806] Perl segfaults in BEGIN, write to null
         pointer, separate bug
  1h39m  [perl #119831] Data::Dumper: Useqq should apply to glob
         names, too
  1h15m  [perl #131762] perldoc output misbehaviour
  1h06m  [perl #119829] usemymalloc cannot handle long strings
    46m  review tickets
    26m  [perl #119823] LABEL<newline>: only works in string eval
    21m  [perl #126414] perl rounds inode in PP stat
 32h52m  TOTAL

At the end of the week there was 251h13m of authorised working time
remaining in this grant.

-zefram



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