I have finally moved this blog, as I had always planned to do, to blogs.gnome.org. You can now find it at https://blogs.gnome.org/kittykat and the feed at http://blogs.gnome.org/kittykat/feed/
I did this for a number of reasons. Mainly, because this blog was always intended to be GNOME related and I had to have one for the OPW, so it was created for GNOME. Secondly, I don’t like the idea of readers being spammed with adverts.
When I first needed to get a blog, I was very disappointed that I could not have one on blogs.gnome.org because I was not a Foundation member, which is a requirement as one needs an @gnome.org email address. As it is, I resisted getting an GNOME email alias for as long as possible, but had to give in for the blog.
I had some problems importing the posts form this blog, but Andrea sorted it out very quickly (thanks!) so everything should not be running on the other blog without any problems.
This should be the last post here. Now go checkout the new blog for more goodness!
 The GNOME username policy meant that I had to chose yet another username, which I do not want to use because it is yet another online identity.
GNOME needs 3 more outreach, 3 more QA, 4 more training and 5 UI tasks to be able to participate in Google Code-in! Add tasks by the end of tomorrow to the wiki page or GNOME won’t be able to participate, which will make Andre very sad ;_;
A couple of months after I finished rewriting the Vinagre help in Mallard, I have had to come back to it because the user interface changed quite significantly (and will continue to change), so some of the help pages needed rewriting/removing/reordering. Dave also noticed that the online version of the help was rather old and Damned Lies showed more translations of the help than actually existed.
One bug and a fix later, the online version should always be up-to-date now. Damned Lies has also been updated (the bug was fixed very quickly by Claude Paroz) which was followed by a surge of translations! More are always welcome
I hope all of you had fun!