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Rex Kodogijo
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Imagine replacing one of them with me and hit restart...
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Mid-July: it's between Early July and Late July

I'm a lucky man.

As the technical lead of a major Open Source project, I often get questions about future release dates. Since I can't actually answer those questions, they're a little bit annoying.

I'm lucky to actually get those questions. Those questions mean that I have users who care about my project. They mean that a few days or a few weeks make a difference. They mean that I work on a project that matters.

Really, the worst possible scenario for me would be to find that suddenly nobody cares about Android any more. I'd be very sad if nobody was downloading from our servers any more, if nobody was uploading contributions, if nobody was reporting bugs or submitting feature requests.

So, I appreciate it when people can wait quite patiently, but I also smile when people ask about future releases, even though I can't answer. Keep being patient, and keep being impatient!
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There will be a live webcast of His Holiness the Dalai Lama's 77th Birthday Celebrations from the Main Tibetan Temple in Dharamsala, India, on July 6th, 2012. There will be speeches in Tibetan and English languages. The event will start at approximately 9:00am Indian Standard Time (IST = GMT+5.30). Live webcast can be viewed at http://www.dalailama.com/live-web

For times in your region 9:00am IST on July 6th in Dharamsala, India, in the same as 4:30am BST on July 6th in London, England, and 8:30pm PDT on July 5th in Los Angeles, California, USA.
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I support the January 18th Wikipedia blackout to protest SOPA and PIPA. Show your support here http://tinyurl.com/7vq4o8g
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