I am expecting a weekend moonbase update. I am talking about Lunar Linux here, and not the real moon! Linux-188.8.131.52 was released on April 27th, and it’s already in moonbase git, and so is firefox 3.0.10. Just those two will take a while to build. Firefox on my EEE, for instance took a solid four hours or so to be built. But since the last two firefox updates, the option to build it with Profile Guided Optimization is activated, so no wonder why it takes longer to compile than the usual. But PGO sure made my firefox real fast.