i read celeste's application menu study today and implemented a couple of changes to help address some of the "noise" issues she noted. other items i'm not sure i agree with (or understand?) ... will have to talk more about it with her and the other usability interested folk at akademy.
i also stopped in on the konqi bug day happening on irc ... lots of great activity happening there, but i'll let phil blog about it in detail.
otherwise, i've spent the day so far much like yesterday: dealing with administrative details in kde, working with some of our industry partners, writing some proposals and generally finding myself with a frustratingly squozen coding schedule.
apparent "squozen" isn't a word (yet), but seeing as "squoosh" is i say "that's silly! bring on the squozenness!"
i also stopped by the mall a couple evenings ago to see the supposed public kde terminals and indeed they were there: two well locked down kubuntu systems that the mall has rolled out as public web browsing systems in addition to their new free (as in beer) wifi hotspot. when i arrived there were people at each terminal busily using them without any trouble or issues. seeing as i had nothing to do with this in the least, it tickles me to see kde popping up more and more often.