Probably why I got to the bar a little after 8:00. On most Mondays, that would mean there might be 3 people in the bar.
So of course, this time, there were 5 or so just to start - with more coming in. I set up as quickly as I could, but still wasn't ready until 8:35. And then the night got going.
Monday was actually pretty busy. About twice as busy as Sunday. bluize, in her wisdom, decided to let unbreak_able take over for the "dead" night. Which worked out just fine - everyone was happy, including, from what I saw, Debbie's pocketbook. I've noticed Kris has an uncanny knack for dropping out when tips would actually be worthwhile.
The rotation stayed at about 17 for most of the night - with the usual drop-off around midnight.
I was trying to fit Steve in, when I just ran out of time at about 1:47. Well, time and Debbie's overstrained patience. So I closed down, and myself, supersniffles, Debbie, Steve, Kendall, Maggie, and a girl named Vanessa took off for the usual Denny's fest. I avoided the sampler platter this time.
Not a lot after that. I've been in my room, surfing, sleeping, and cursing at the development board surge problem. Which really comes down to this: It's not vitally important if the board itself reboots periodically, but it's a problem if this happens in the product, at least if it happens with distressing regularity. It depends to a fair extent on continuing data collection. I don't particularly care if the device dies during a blackout, but being unable to deal with a cheap UPS is a real problem.
There's always something.