The impression of Firefox summit 2006(4)

Finally it came to the last day of this summit, without any sessions at all. After the crazy night, lots of guys felt tired in the morning. It's a relaxation day actually. The schedule includes watching movie and team building.

We went to the Camera 12 Cinema at San Jose to watch the new 007 movie--"Casino Royal". Of course, it didn't have the Chinese subtitle. The movie wasn't hard to understand cause there were tons of actions and no talk. But when bond and bond girl were flirting with each other, I lost somewhere... It's a nice movie and different style to compare with the Pierce Brosnan's 007 serial. I almost believed that 007 is gonna retire this time. However, the most impressive thing for me isn't the movie itself, is the pop corn served in the cinema. Lots of guys ordered large size and I followed them without knowing the difficulty to eat it up. The large one should be designed for family and can be refilled for free. I don't know how the other guys dealt with it, maybe some of them can really finish it:-0

The afternoon was the team building time. We were divided into several different teams and every team had some tasks to do in the city. People worked together to find out the answer for the questions and it's also a great way to tour the city. Our team members include Neil, Olli, Basil, Steve and a lady(someone can tell me the name?). Group discussion again which is hard to catch up with the other guys sometime. But it's good to be one part of the team. San Jose is a beautiful city. The leaves on the ground, the train, the museum, the church...

The close session was held in the Mozilla office at night. Mitchell was the speaker and gave us the last speech. It's wonderful to work in a huge community like Mozilla. Not only lots of people are using the product(Firefox), the community also connect people from different parts of the world. That's also the direction for OpenSolaris community.

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