This last days has been very productive. In my last trip the undo system in Planner received a nice push and we have a plan to complete it. The changes are commited and now we need sometime to think about ways to simplify a little the code.
I have tested this morning Anjuta 1.2.1 and it was a surprise that I have imported Planner on it and it has worked. Maybe Anjuta has reached the time to be used seriously. I am not sure if I will change emacs/terminal for any IDE, but Anjuta is now a good IDE to play with and see if I find the point on using it. For new GNOME developers, I am sure Anjuta will help a lot.
In my debian sid (unstable) sand box I have started to play with all the new Mono developments, and Muine rocks! I think it is the best music player I have seen for now. I have now BLAM! working also and probably, I'll use it in my daily work.
Debian Mono packages now suffer from the no stability in the GTK# and GNOME# libraries, so each time a new GTK# release appears, all the GTK Mono applications need to be recompiled against it. For the momento, GTK# and applications have to be in a strict sync.
Next days I will play with Monodevelop and Eclipse, trying to define the Development platform for my company.