Back from GUADEC, and reasonably well from the food
poisoning I contracted while there, too. With the exception
of that mishap, and the day I lost because of it, GUADEC
was great. Many thanks to Mathieu and the other French guys
for arranging it, I had a lot of fun and met a lot of
really nice people.
Seems I'm going to be doing some GNOME website work while
I'm on my holiday here in Norway, should be good. Got a
chance to talk a bit to Raph about the Peer Press stuff, no
conclusions, but at least we're thinking along the same
lines, so something should be possible in the next few
At work, it seems all is going well without me, as I
suspected it would. Our VC stuff has finally come through,
which means I'll be coming back to Mexico to a steady,
well, steadier, salary and more organization, amongst other
things. Also, the ability to work more full-time on
development of Conglomerate and other things should be
insured. Much happiness.
Hans Petter and Robert are doing stuff with Conglomerate,
looks like that's speeding up tremendously. I like that a
lot, perhaps we'll have code to show sooner than we
thought. GUADEC gave us a lot to think about when it came
to Bonobo integration, so most probably we're going to make
large-scale components from Conglomerate, and conversely
use Bonobo components for a lot of compound editing. This
is going to be great.
Norway is cold, as usual.